7. Santi Aldama
Memphis Grizzlies forward Santi Aldama is someone who wouldn't fix the Dallas Mavericks' needs by himself by any means, but he would be a great piece for the Mavs to add as they gear up to make a playoff push.
This season for Memphis, Aldama is averaging 10.4 points, 5.5 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 0.7 steals, and 0.7 blocks per game while shooting 43.8 percent from the field and 34.1 percent from downtown. The 7-footer is a great floor spacer and an underrated defender, making his fit onto this Mavericks squad a seamless one.
The Mavs have a stretch four who can protect the rim, block shots, and defend in Maxi Kleber, but he has been out for multiple months with a dislocated toe. He also didn't look good when he was on the floor, so making a trade for Aldama makes even more sense. Aldama is also eight years younger than Kleber.
Aldama would give the Mavs' bench unit defense, shooting, and some rebounding, but the biggest thing that he brings that the Mavs need is size. Dallas has little to no positional size off the bench, and adding a 7-foot power forward would be a smart investment.
Aldama has this season and one more year on his contract before becoming a restricted free agent. This is a move that could be low-risk, high-reward as Aldama's fit seems like it would be great.