A collection of our player preview stories that we do during every off-season to get you up to date on every player on the Mavericks roster.
After going undrafted, Hinton has already shown impressive flashes.
If he puts it all together, the rookie could be an important piece.
It’s up to the big man to be more than a Dwight Powell insurance policy
Kleber’s shooting and defense make the Mavericks more versatile.
The Maverick veteran enters his fifth season with a lot of momentum.
The guard knows how to shoot the deep ball.
The rookie possesses multiple skills the Mavericks need.
After a season-ending injury, Brunson is ready to fortify the Mavericks’ second unit.
A favorite of the dark web of Mavericks fandom, Reaves could get a shot in Orlando if the Mavericks are desperate for a shot of defensive energy.
After a four month hiatus, Jackson will look to start fresh at Disney World.
Cleveland likely won’t see much floor time (if any at all) in Orlando, but the Mavericks thin depth at the wing leaves the window open for a potential chance.
The Mavericks sixth man will be a huge part in any potential playoff success.
Once considered a veteran luxury, injuries have forced the Mavericks to lean on Barea as the team makes a playoff run.
The Mavericks’ guard will try to hit the ground running when play resumes in Orlando.
Is there more playing time in the future of the league’s most beloved big man?
Can the seven footer maintain an impressive comeback from injury in Orlando?
Could Michael Kidd-Gilchrist be the next unsung Maverick to make a name for himself?
How the former — and now current — Maverick can pick up where he left off in 2019.