Ranking Mavericks players by trade value: 12-10
12. Maxi Kleber
After signing a new three-year, $33 million deal last offseason, Kleber will probably be staying put in Dallas. The 27-year-old forward is one of the cornerstones of this franchise just like Dwight Powell is. Kleber does have some trade value as a veteran, but that is pretty much it.
After averaging only 5.9 points a game last season, a lot of teams will probably not ask for him to be included in a trade. The Mavericks have a bunch of young players that will probably be looked at before even asking about Kleber.
11. Richaun Holmes
Holmes is a veteran center that the Mavericks acquired in a trade at the NBA Draft. The 30-year-old center seems ready to buy into the winning culture that Jason Kidd and Nico Harrison are trying to build here.
Outside of the fact that Dallas probably wants to hang onto Holmes so he can run the center while Dereck Lively II develops, there probably isn't a ton of value in a guy making as much as Holmes does who wasn't an impact player this past year.
10. Seth Curry
The Mavericks welcomed back a familiar face to the organization when they signed Seth Curry to a two-year $8 million deal. Curry is a sharpshooter who can help out the Mavericks from beyond the arc this upcoming season.
Curry does actually have some trade value. Teams that are looking for a sharpshooter on a cheap contract could contact Harrison. I could see the Mavericks trading him if they need to add someone to replace a player out for the season.