3. Fit next to Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving
Grant Williams will step into a new situation in Dallas where he will be asked to complement Dallas Mavericks star guards Kyrie Irving and Luka Doncic.
Williams' offensive game will accommodate Doncic's splashy playmaking ability, whether it's rotating around the three-point line to get an open shot or running screen and rolls at the top of the key, Williams will be the guy for the job.
Plus, as mentioned, his improvements creating off the dribble with give the Mavericks another outlet to go to outside of Doncic and Irving, freeing up a bit of space for the two star guards to work.
Whatever scenario Williams is put into next to Doncic, it's clear that he will already be a perfect fit, and the same can be said about his fit with Irving on the offensive end.
Defensively, now that Williams will be Dallas's best defender, he will be taking a huge load off of Doncic's and Irving's shoulders, as they are not the best defenders.
Dallas has long needed a wing of Williams's caliber, and now, next to Irving and Doncic, we could potentially see some of the best basketball played throughout his young career, especially with the way he will be able to cover up some of his teammates weaknesses on the defensive end.