4. Terence Davis
Another player that Dallas has shown interest in is former Sacramento King, Terence Davis.
Last season for the Kings, Davis averaged 6.7 points, 2.2 rebounds, 1.0 assists, and 0.7 steals per game in just 13.1 minutes per game. Davis is a better player than Rudy Gay at this point, but do the Dallas Mavericks need another shooting guard?
The answer to that question right now is no, but if they move Tim Hardaway Jr. or pursue a starting center via trade, the back half of the roster could end up looking a whole lot different than the way it does now.
Davis is a gifted offensive player, and he can score in a variety of ways. Although known as a three-point shooter, Davis is also good with the ball in his hands and can create his own shot when needed.
He can be the primary ball handler in the pick and roll when needed and has a smooth pull-up jumper. Davis is also a decent slasher and throws down an occasional big-time flush.
Davis is a solid defender and brings hustle and energy. He comes off with off-ball steals often and turns them into a dunk on the other end.
Davis would be a good fit in Dallas if they didn't already have so many guards as he is a decent defender and good scorer, but the Mavericks already have enough guards that can score.