Predicting where each Dallas Mavericks' free agent will play in 2023-24

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Justin Holiday - Golden State Warriors

Justin Holiday has been well-traveled throughout his NBA career, having landed with Dallas last season as a buyout addition. While he could return to the Mavericks, he could also very well take his talents elsewhere to continue his journeyman status. He'd make sense as the third consecutive Maverick to join the Suns on this list, but that wouldn't be too creative. One other team that could make sense as a suitor is the Golden State Warriors.

The Warriors will likely be on the hunt for wing depth this off-season. With Donte DiVincenzo and JaMychal Green set to hit free agency and Andre Iguodala retiring, this team needs some wings. Holiday isn't the flashiest name, but he's still a solid 6-foot-6 wing who can shoot the long ball and play passable defense. He's also got experience with several core players and the coaching staff in Golden State, having played there in 2014-15.

Wherever he lands, Holiday will not be seeking a lucrative deal, in all likelihood. That should be music to Golden State's ears, as they will not have much money to spend. Once they get a deal done with Draymond Green, they will have very few avenues to improve the roster left, so adding a veteran with experience like Holiday would be justifiable.