3 Huge positives, 2 huge negatives of the Dallas Mavericks offseason

The Dallas Mavericks offseason is all but over, so let's take a look at some positives and negatives.
Dallas Mavericks, Luka Doncic, Kyrie Irving
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Conclusion - An overwhelmingly positive offseason

For the Dallas Mavericks, only a handful of past offseasons can be deemed a success, and as the clock inches closer to the beginning of the NBA regular season, the 2023 offseason will go down as a positive in Dallas Mavericks history.

There are many fresh faces who will add a new look to the Mavericks. Surrounding Kyrie Irving and Luka Doncic with legitimate talent was the top priority, and Dallas did that.

A starting center would probably be regarded as the number one need in most Mavs fans' eyes, as it is still unclear what the team's plans are in regard to that spot. We will likely see another season with Powell at the five, but due to the inevitable Damien Lillard trade, there is still hope that maybe the Mavericks can become a third team in a deal and snag a center in the process.

The additions of rookies Dereck Lively II and Olivier-Maxence Prosper will create an electric Opening Night scene as fans anticipate what the two could look like for the season. Grant Williams will also be a welcomed sight as his passion and character will become a fan favorite.

Overall, this summer was a massive success, and the Mavericks are in a better spot because of it.