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Dallas Mavericks add Tyler Hall on training camp deal: Can he make final roster?

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The Dallas Mavericks are still sorting out their 2022-2023 roster. They only have 14 players under contract and just one of their two two-way spots is filled. The Mavs can carry 20 players into training camp, and they are still rounding out those invites. They added two players on Aug. 14, but the Mavericks are not done.

Tyler Hall is the latest to join the team. He received a training camp contract, according to Keith Smith. The 6’5 wing has spent the last three years in the G League with the Westchester Knicks, but there is a connection to the Mavs.

Can Hall make the Mavericks' regular season roster? He is a closer look at what he brings to the team and his connection with the team’s front office.

Dallas Mavericks add Tyler Hall on training camp deal: Can he make the final roster?

Hall saw his first NBA action last season as he played two minutes on Christmas Day for the Knicks against the Hawks. The 25-year-old wing has spent the last three years in the G League. Last season, he averaged 15.5 points, 4.2 assists, 4.1 rebounds, and 0.9 steals in 35.1 minutes per game. Hall is a sharpshooter that has made 41.3 percent of his 545 3-point attempts over the last three seasons.

Hall played four years of college basketball at Montana State, which is the alma mater of Mavericks general manager Nico Harrison. Harrison is in the Bobcats Hall of Fame, so fans can bet he is familiar with Hall’s game.

The Dallas Mavericks will add a 15th player before the start of the regular season, but Tyler Dorsey enters training camp ahead of Tyler Hall in the race for the final spot. The Mavs would love to make another move that allows them to add a playmaker. So far, they have struck out on that front, but stay tuned to see if Dallas can find that move.

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