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Dallas Mavericks: Where former Mavs signed this offseason

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The Dallas Mavericks failed to land a marquee free agent this offseason, but they still improved their roster. Adding Reggie Bullock and Sterling Brown increased their floor spacing, wing depth, and perimeter defense. The Mavs also traded for Moses Brown and re-signed Tim Hardaway Jr. and Boban Marjanovic. They will be looking to take the next step this season, and may not be done making moves.

There was a plethora of player movement this offseason that was headlined by the Russell Westbrook trade and the Kyle Lowry sign-and-trade. Most teams quickly filled their roster when free agency opened leaving a bit of a dead period before training camp begins on Sept. 28.

Plenty of former Mavs switched teams and signed new deals this offseason. Here is a look at where they landed.

Where former Dallas Mavericks signed this offseason

It was not just free agent signings. The Mavericks traded Josh Richardson to the Boston Celtics for Moses Brown and a trade exception. Three other former Mavericks were dealt this offseason, including Delon Wright heading from Sacramento to Atlanta. Al-Farouq Aminu landed with the Spurs and Wesley Iwundu is now in Charlotte via separate deals of one-time Mavs.

Two recent Mavericks remain unsigned but are expected to catch on with NBA teams at some point this season. J.J. Redick is rehabbing his heel injury and plans to sign with a title contender when healthy. Wesley Matthews remains a free agent, but the veteran is a candidate to ink a deal with a playoff team midseason.

The Mavs acquired Nicolo Melli at the trade deadline in 2021, but he decided to return to Italy to play for Olimpia Milano when he became a free agent this summer.

Here is an in-depth look at where former Dallas Mavericks that hit the open market signed this offseason.

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