The Dallas Mavericks' final preseason game is just over 24 hours away, and the team has been making moves over the last week.
They waived Mike Miles Jr., Jordan "Jelly" Walker, and Joe Wieskamp, and signed Taze Moore and waived him a day later. Dallas is trying to figure out who they want to occupy their final two two-way spots, and it seems that it could go all the way down to the wire.
Right now, it seems that Greg Brown III and Dexter Dennis are the front runners for these two spots.
Report: Mavericks sign rim protector to contract
Per Mavs PR, the Mavericks have signed 6-foot-10 center Tony Bradley to a contract. Bradley has career averages of 4.4 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 0.6 blocks per game.
Although 6-foot-10 is a bit undersized for a center in today's NBA, his freakish frame makes up for it. Bradley has a 7-foot-5 wingspan, allowing him to contest everything in the paint and be a disruptor down low.
Offensively, Bradley is a solid dump-off option and is often used as a screener in the pick and roll. Bradley doesn't play with his back to the basket, but his ability to catch and finish down low is underrated. He is also an active rebounder on both ends of the floor and creates second-chance opportunities for his teammates often.
It will be intriguing to see what kind of role Bradley has in Dallas.
Since Bradley is ineligible for one of Dallas' final two two-way spots, he could be in the running to make a case that he belongs on the final roster.
We'll have you covered with all the latest news on Tony Bradley and the Dallas Mavericks as the preseason wraps up soon, so stay tuned.