1. Not eligible to be traded yet: Seth Curry
The Dallas Mavericks' second move of the offseason was signing guard Seth Curry to a two-year deal. This move came within a few hours of Dallas re-signing Kyrie Irving, and fans couldn't wait to see Curry back in a Mavs jersey.
Although Curry had a rough start to the year, he has been much better as of late. This season for the Mavs, Curry is averaging 4.7 points, 1.5 rebounds, and 1.0 assists per game while shooting 38.1 percent from downtown. These numbers are a little lower than expected, but his shooting numbers have been climbing since his minutes have increased.
Curry could be someone who is massive for Dallas over the next few games due to the injuries to Kyrie Irving, Josh Green, and Tim Hardaway Jr., but it wouldn't be a shock if Dallas moves him once he is eligible to be traded on December 15 either.
The Mavs have a massive logjam at guards off the bench, and it doesn't make sense to keep all of them. There aren't enough minutes for all of them, and each player is good enough to play significant minutes for most teams.
Dallas has traded Curry in the past, and they ended up regretting it, so they could look to keep him to avoid making the same mistake again.
For all the latest on Seth Curry and the Dallas Mavericks this season, stay tuned.