10 Players Dallas Mavericks fans should watch in the NCAA Tournament

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7. Antonio Reeves

Kentucky, Guard, 6'6"

If the Dallas Mavericks are set on adding a shooter in the draft, they need to consider Kentucky guard Antonio Reeves. One of Reeves' biggest knocks has been his age, as he is already 23 years old, but if you can hoop, you can hoop. And that's exactly what Reeves does.

This season for Kentucky, Reeves is averaging 20 points, 4.2 rebounds, 1.7 assists, and 0.7 steals per game while shooting 50.8 percent from the field and 44.1 percent from downtown on 5.6 attempts per game. It seems like no scouts are talking about Reeves right now, and he could put everyone on notice through a solid showing in the NCAA Tournament.

Standing at 6-foot-6 with a silky smooth jumper, Reeves is built to be a flamethrower off the bench in the NBA. He can get hot quickly, and this kid has a knack for scoring. Reeves can knock down shots off the catch or off the dribble, attack closeouts effectively, and finish around the bucket with floaters.

Reeves is always ready to shoot and scores in bunches.

Although Reeves doesn't bring the athleticism or defense you may want, his 3-point shooting is too good to overlook. If the Mavs decide to let Tim Hardaway Jr. walk after his contract expires or trade him before then, Reeves could be a great replacement.