The Dallas Mavericks' first regular season game is just four days away, and it seems that Dallas has finally finalized their roster.
There have been a few signings over the last few days, but it seems that these signings were just to get the players' G League rights.
It seems as if Dallas has had their eyes on two players for the final two two-way spots for a while, and the Mavericks made it official today.
Report: Mavericks officially sign high-flying elite dunker to contract
Dallas signed Greg Brown III to an Exhibit 10 contract earlier in the offseason, and the Mavs converted his contract to a two-way contract today, according to Mavs PR. Brown III was a player that impressed Mavs head coach Jason Kidd during training camp, and he fits exactly what Dallas wants to do.
He is a forward with great size and plays solid defense. Dallas needed someone with positional size, and Brown III can play either forward spot.
Brown III's game is still raw, but him playing on a two-way contract is the perfect opportunity for him. He can learn in the G League and is still eligible to play for Dallas when needed. Brown III seemed excited about his potential fit next to Luka Doncic a few weeks ago and said he can be a good lob threat and kick-out option when on the floor with him.
Brown III was a top-10 player in the country coming out of high school and is best known for his viral dunks that he would pull out in games. He later attended the University of Texas before entering the NBA Draft in 2021.
Brown III is entering his third season in the NBA, and his new opportunity in Dallas could be exactly what Dallas needs.
We'll have you covered with all the latest news on Greg Brown III and the Dallas Mavericks this season, so stay tuned.