1. Brandon Clarke
Brandon Clarke is the third Memphis Grizzly to make this list, and he could be the best fit of them all. Although he hasn't played a game this season, Clarke is an attractive trade asset and is expected to return after All-Star break.
Last season for Memphis, Clarke averaged 10.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 0.6 steals, and 0.7 blocks per game while shooting 65.6 percent from the field. He has been great when he has been on the floor, but his torn Achilles could be something that the Mavs want to stay away from. Players often regress after an Achilles tear, and they likely don't want to take that risk.
But if they do, Clarke would be a great fit in Dallas. He is an elite lob threat and his energy and athleticism are phenomenal. His presence on the floor is contagious, as he brings a level of competitiveness that is evident when you're watching him.
I don't see Memphis trading him under almost any circumstance, as they struck gold by drafting him, but maybe they will be big sellers at the trade deadline and the Mavs can make something happen.
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