News, rumors and analysis about who the Mavericks will pick in the NBA Draft.
What in the world?
The summer is coming to an end, and we had some winners and took some L’s.
DSJ has been an open gym highlight reel all summer, and his fellow rookies are buying all the hype!
I won’t hear any arguments to the contrary.
This time it mattered, and Dallas didn’t disappoint.
Dallas has been searching for a star since they broke up the title team. They might have drafted one on Thursday night.
In last night’s draft, the Mavericks selected a player with true star potential. That’s not a sentence I’ve ever written.
Both are rumored to have the Mavericks’ eye, so MMB staff writers face off to make the case for each.
Recent rumors indicate that the Mavs are looking hard at Holiday, but there are other point guard options out there.
Projecting next season’s rotations down to the minute shows what the Mavericks should focus on in the draft and in free agency.
Dirk likes the kid, but doesn’t see a fit in Dallas.
Smith could help Dallas immediately as they grow from a younger core.
Dallas obviously has a need for a lead guard, but grabbing a big forward makes just as much sense.
After hoping for an unlikely jump into the top three, Dallas will have to settle for the No. 9 pick in this year’s draft.
Monk is the Mavs’ best possible option (outside of winning the lottery, obviously)