6 Dallas Mavericks players who are eligible to be traded, 6 who aren't

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11. Not eligible to be traded yet: Grant Williams

Since the Dallas Mavericks acquired Grant Williams via a three-team sign and trade over the summer and inked him to a three-year deal, he can't be moved until December 15.

This season for Dallas, Williams has been everything they've needed out of their starting power forward and more. Although he has been battling knee soreness as of late, Williams is averaging 9.8 points, 3.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists, and 0.6 blocks per game while shooting 42.2 percent from the field and 40.6 percent from three.

Williams started the season off on a tear, and seemingly couldn't miss. In just his fourth game of the season, Williams finished with 25 points against the Chicago Bulls while shooting 7-9 from downtown. This is the type of game Williams can have if he gets open shots and is hot from distance, but we've seen his lowest level of play as of late.

Over the last month, Williams has only scored in double figures four times and has scored five or fewer points four times. He has been going through a shooting slump, and hopefully, he can cash in his open looks once he returns from injury.

I would be extremely shocked if Dallas trades Williams this season, but he is someone that teams could be calling about at the end of this week.