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Latest Mavs Free Agency News and Rumors

Latest Mavs Free Agency News and Rumors

 

Three-year deal for Delon Wright to Mavs. 

Dallas acquires free agent target Delon Wright from Memphis in sign-and-trade.

Mavs free agent target Danny Green chooses Lakers over Mavs, Raptors

Mavs to pursue RFA point guard Delon Wright

Report: Mavs among teams with interest in trade for Andre Iguodala.  

Mavericks agree to deal with Boban Marjanovic. 

Finney-Smith to remain in Dallas on a three-year deal. 

Report: Mavs have interest in restricted guard Delon Wright. 

Confirmed: JJ agrees to stay in Dallas on a one-year deal. 

 

JJ Barea potentially back in Dallas on veteran’s minimum deal? 

Translation: Jose Juan Barea said he would sign with the Mavericks for one season and for the $2.5 million low. “Already the coach (Rick Carlisle) called me,” Barea said, adding that he hopes to materialize his signing later this week. “We’re already about 90%.”

Mavericks to resign Maxi Kleber to a four-year deal. 

Curry contract details: Four-year deal for Curry in his second stint in Dallas. 

Rejoice! Dallas reaches an agreement to bring back former Maverick, Seth Curry.

Where there’s smoke, there’s not always fire. Mavs lose out on Beverley; returns to Clippers. 

Trade update III: The deal looks to be dead at the moment as there was a misunderstanding about the Mavs receiving Derrick Jones in the deal or not. 

Dragic trade update II: The Mavericks will NOT acquire Dragic in the three-team deal due to flexibility to make other moves. Will acquire Kelly Olynk and Derrick Jones from Miami.

Dragic trade update: Mavericks will receive no further compensation. How to absorb Dragic’s salary is up to the Mavs. 

Mavericks acquiring Goran Dragic from Miami Heat (Details of deal not confirmed). 

The long awaited destination for Al Horford revealed; not Dallas but Philadelphia.  

Mavs open to helping teams shed cap space. 

Dallas playing the waiting game in regard to the domino effect that is Kawhi Leonard’s decision. 

Mavs in talks with Maxi Kleber to reach a long-term extension.  

No reported injury clause attached to Porzingis’ extension. 

Malcolm Brogdon joins Indiana in sign-and-trade deal with Milwaukee. Will sign a four-year, $85M deal. 

Could Danny Green be a future Maverick? 

The Mavericks have officially extended Dwight Powell. 

It’s official. The Mavericks have locked up Kristaps Porzingis. 

Rumored to be a Mavericks target, could Al Horford be heading back to Boston after all?

Mavs to talk with Beverley today?

The Mavericks are expected to offer Dwight Powell a three-year extension when free agency opens. 

With Kemba Walker off the table, is Tobias Harris the next/only near-max free agent option for Dallas?

Brad Townsend of the Dallas Morning News is reporting early Saturday night that the Mavericks are focused on mid-tier free agents but are planning on offering current 76ers wing Tobias Harris a large, but less than max, offer during the early stages of free agency.  The report also hints that the Mavericks are aware that the Sixers will likely do what it takes to keep Harris with a max contract. Doesn’t hurt to try, right?

Mavs shifting their free agency focus ahead of June 30th?

With the development of Kemba Walker seemingly headed to Boston and the Lakers re-entering the max free agency fray, Zach Lowe of ESPN is reporting that the Mavericks have seemed to have shifted their focus to acquiring multiple mid-tier free agents rather than one “big fish.”  While this is something everyone suspected could happen all along, it is still an interesting development less than 36 hours before the start of free agency.

Patrick Beverley’s desired contract?

Kristaps Porziņģis to sign long-term deal with Mavs?

Multiple reports indicate the Mavs are expected to offer the 7’3 big man offer KP  a max contract of $158 million over five years.  Before tearing his ACL with the New York Knicks during the 2017-18 season, Porzingis was averaging 22.7 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 1.2 assists on shooting 44 percent from the field including 40 percent from beyond the arc.

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