Dallas Mavericks: Grading the entire team going into the All-Star break
By Tyler Watts
Dallas Mavericks grade going into All-Star break: Nate Hinton
Hinton played a total of 19 minutes with the Mavs in the first half. He is three of 13 from the field with eight points, one steal, and one block. The 21-year-old showcased his strong rebounding in ten G League games, but he needs to continue working on his jumper. There is just not enough sample to give Hinton a fair grade.
First-half grade for Dallas Mavericks wing Nate Hinton: Incomplete
Dallas Mavericks grade going into All-Star break: Tyrell Terry
Terry played 56 minutes with the Mavericks in the first half. He has shown flashes in the G League after proving to be a lights-out shooter in the NCAA. Terry must continue working on his playmaking and defense to earn a spot in the Mavs rotation.
First-half grade for Dallas Mavericks guard Tyrell Terry: Incomplete
Dallas Mavericks grade going into All-Star break: Tyler Bey
Bey has been the Mavs’ best player inside the G League bubble. The rookie only played 13 minutes in Dallas, but he is averaging over 14 points and nine rebounds per game in Orlando. Bey is a plus defender that needs to keep working on his jumper.
First-half grade for Dallas Mavericks wing Tyler Bey: Incomplete
Dallas Mavericks grade going into All-Star break: Josh Green
Green has received the most run among the rookies, but the numbers do not jump off the page. He has struggled to get consistent minutes, but fans have seen flashes of his defense and playmaking during his time in the G League bubble.
First-half grade for Dallas Mavericks wing Josh Green: C
Green needs to improve his jumper. Fans thought the 20-year-old rookie might push way into the rotation this season, but he has played well enough in the G League to earn a C for the first half.
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