The Dallas Mavericks signed Dorian Finney-Smith to a four-year extension worth $55.6 million just after the trade deadline, and he immediately proved he was underpaid during an impressive playoff run. Doe-Doe guarded the opposition’s best scorer, including locking up Donovan Mitchell in the first round, as he nailed some key shots to help Dallas reach the conference finals.
The work never stops for Finney-Smith. He has transformed from undrafted free agent to key starter to arguably the Mavericks' second-best player entering next season. The 29-year-old has improved his 3-point percentage every year and his defense keeps getting better too. Head coach Jason Kidd has helped Doe-Doe expand his game, and the best is still yet to come.
Finney-Smith took some time to visit the Mavs hoop camp last week where he showed off his dance moves with the campers, and fans are not going to want to miss it.
Dorian Finney-Smith shows off his dance moves at Dallas Mavericks hoop camp
Finney-Smith has done multiple camps this summer, and the 6’7 forward is always having a blast. He broke out his skills on the dance floors with campers at a recent Mavs hoop camp. Fans can see his moves below.
Finney-Smith loves to have fun, but campers beware. He took to Instagram to let everyone know that he does not plan to let anyone score on him this summer. He has quietly become one of the best defenders in the NBA, so take note.
Doe-Doe and Reggie Bullock are one of the best perimeter defensive combos in the league, and they will be looking to build on last season. The Mavs vaulted into the top ten in defensive rating, and they should only improve this year. JaVale McGee is an elite rim protector, which is something Dallas lacked last season.
Expect Dorian Finney-Smith to have a career year as he helps Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks back to the playoffs. The Western Conference is loaded, but do not count out the Mavs from making another deep postseason run.