The Dallas Mavericks have been busy over the last week when it comes to solidifying their training camp roster.
None of these contracts were officially signed yet though. They were all just reports.
Mavericks officially sign elite dunker, two other players to contracts
The Mavs changed that on August 14 as their PR account tweeted that Brown III, Wieskamp, and Walker have all been officially signed to contracts.
Walker was a member of the Mavericks' Summer League squad and became a fan favorite quickly. He averaged 13 points per game during the Summer League and looked ready for the challenge of the NBA.
Both Brown III and Wieskamp weren't on the Mavs Summer League squad, but fans should be excited for these two players as they'll both be competing for the Mavericks' final two-way spot.
Brown III is a 6-foot-9 athletic forward who can dunk on anyone at any time. He is also a solid shot blocker and can play the three and four. The Mavs need more versatile forwards, and Brown III might have enough talent to grab that final two-way spot.
Wieskamp is also going to be a strong contender for that last two-way spot.
He is a phenomenal shooter and would be a great floor spacer next to Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving. Wieskamp also has NBA experience, as he has played for the Spurs and Raptors, and Dallas may take a chance on him and add another shooter to the roster.
It seems that Brown III may be the better fit, as Dallas already has plenty of shooters, but Wieskamp could impress everyone at camp and steal that spot on the roster. Both players would be good fits on the Mavs, and they have untapped potential that Dallas could tap into.
Who will the Dallas Mavericks use their final two-way contract on?
We'll have you covered with that and more, as training camp will be here before we know it.