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2017-18 Player Reviews

Aaron Harrison’s time as a Maverick left something to be desired

Dallas was one of Harrison’s stops along his NBA audition tour.

Doug McDermott fit with the Mavericks perfectly

The restricted free agent proved why he deserves to be in Dallas long term.

Maxi Kleber made an impression in his first year as a Maverick

Taking advantage of early opportunities, Kleber managed to carve out a solid role in his first year.

A career year for Dwight Powell

In 2017-18 Powell posted career numbers across the board, in a bigger role than ever.

Yogi Ferrell proved that his first season with the Mavericks was no fluke

Ferrell continued to show consistency and durability in a contract year.

Salah Mejri brought the hustle the Mavericks needed off the bench

Despite inconsistent playing time, Salah Mejri put up his usual numbers and some big-time plays this season.

Devin Harris posts a solid but short season in Dallas

The 13-year veteran made the most of his limited time with the Mavericks.

Dennis Smith Jr. proved he belongs in the NBA, but he has a ways to go to dominate it

It was an up-and-down season for the highly touted rookie. Is the future still bright for DSJ?

The comforting stability of Harrison Barnes

Barnes may not be destined to be the Mavericks’ number one option, but he’s a solid bedrock for the rebuild.

Wesley Matthews just had his most efficient season as a Maverick

There wasn’t a major jump in Matthew’s numbers this season, but it was encouraging to see his percentages increase.

Dirk Nowitzki and the test of time

The best player in Maverick history continues to age gracefully.