The Dallas Mavericks entered the offseason looking to maximize their roster around Luka Doncic. The 22-year-old superstar already has two first-team All-NBA honors to his name, but the Mavs have failed to advance past the first round of the playoffs. Dallas needed a new general manager and head coach as they look to take the next step.
The Mavs wasted no time in upgrading their roster. Leading up to Aug. 2, they traded Josh Richardson to the Boston Celtics for Moses Brown to clear a bit more cap space. In the opening minutes of free agency, Dallas agreed to deals with Tim Hardaway Jr. and Boban Marjanovic. They were quick to add Reggie Bullock and Sterling Brown on the first night. The Mavericks moved swiftly to put shooters around Doncic.
Dallas has 15 players under contract, but they are likely not done. They added another potential starter in Bullock, but the Mavs want another marquee piece. The moves will come via trade if they happen, but let us take a look at the team’s depth chart after their free-agent additions.
Updating the Dallas Mavericks depth chart following Reggie Bullock signing
The Mavs’ current roster needs some work. They have too many big men and not enough guards/wings. Five of their 15 players are best suited to play center. Kristaps Porzingis offers Dallas a bit of versatility, but Mark Cuban and Nico Harrison should be searching for another ball-handler and playmaker to add to their roster.
Here is a rundown of the Dallas Mavericks depth chart on the morning of Aug. 5.