Dallas Mavericks 2020 NBA Draft grades: Overall marks

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Dallas Mavericks overall 2020 NBA Draft grades

The Dallas Mavericks had a wild and chaotic 2020 NBA Draft night. Things were calm most of the day. The Mavs never let a rumor leak out, so it was no surprise that fans were left in the dark on the team’s plans. Once their opening pick went on the clock things happened fast for Dallas.

The draft featured multiple surprises. Fans did not get to see a blockbuster trade, but they were treated to shocking picks and a couple of nowhere moves. Tyrese Haliburton slipping to 12 may have been the night’s biggest shocker.

The Dallas Mavericks did well improve their roster in the draft. Here is what they did during the event.

Grading every move of the Dallas Mavericks 2020 NBA Draft

Many expected them to trade their first-round pick in a package for a veteran, but the Mavericks decided to take Josh Green out of Arizona. Dallas drafted Tyrell Terry with the opening pick in the second round before pulling off a trade for Josh Richardson and a third draft selection that turned into Tyler Bey.

The Mavs walked away with four new talented players, but how well did they fare in this year’s draft? Let us take a closer look at all of their moves and handout grades for how the organization fared.

NOTE: The moves are graded best on fit with the team and upside while looking at the other available options. Here is how the Dallas Mavericks fared.

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