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2018-19 Player Reviews

Courtney Lee’s puzzling season with the Dallas Mavericks

The longtime veteran saw very limited minutes.

Ryan Broekhoff showed promise in his rookie season

The Australian rookie showed his extreme talent for shooting on a team sorely in need of it.

By developing new skills, Salah Mejri showed he still has a place in the NBA

In his fourth season, Salah Mejri adapted his game to hopefully extend his career.

Luka Doncic was everything we ever imagined and then some in his first year

The soon-to-be Rookie of the Year had a dazzling season that has given all Mavericks fans a lot of hope.

Justin Jackson showed flashes in his brief time with the Mavericks

With a big offseason ahead, Jackson might have showed enough to earn a spot in the rotation next season.

Maxi Kleber established himself in his second year

In his sophomore season, Kleber took a leap and became a quality rotation player.

Trey Burke was the biggest surprise of the Mavericks’ midseason acquisitions

In a brief amount of time, Burke proved his worth after arriving in Dallas midseason.

Jalen Brunson took advantage of opportunity his rookie season with the Mavericks

The Mavericks rookie continued to grow in his first season, showing he could be a valuable piece in Dallas

Dorian Finney-Smith proved his worth before his shot left him again

It was a tale of two seasons for Finney-Smith.

Tim Hardaway Jr.’s game still has more questions than answers

Hardaway was a mixed bag, but his role could be changing for everyone’s benefit.

Dwight Powell solidified his role in his best season in Dallas

The athletic big man continues to be a positive for the Mavericks off the bench, and should be part of their future.

Devin Harris is not as good as he once was, but he’s as good once as he ever was

One more reasonably productive season for a Maverick stalwart

J.J. Barea was the straw which stirred the drink in Dallas

Though an injury ended his season, Barea was among the most important Mavericks last year

Dirk Nowitzki’s bumpy final season was still magical

Year 21 was unkind to the greatest player in franchise history, but it gave us some great moments.