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Mavericks Summer of 2019 

Post#1 » by Dirk » Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:02 pm

Team Salary
Tim Hardaway Jr. $ 20,025,127
Courtney Lee $ 12,759,670
Dwight Powell $ 10,259,375
Luka Doncic $ 7,683,360
Justin Jackson $ 3,280,920
Ryan Broekhoff $1,416,852
Jalen Brunson $ 1,416,852
Dead money $708,426
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RFA, cap holds
Kristaps Porzingis $ 17,091,162
Dorian Finney-Smith 1,931,189
Maxi Kleber $ 1,803,638
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Cap space: ~28M | Salary Cap: $109M
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Exceptions
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Trade Exception (Wesley Matthews, expiring 1/31/20) — $1,233,152
Trade Exception (Harrison Barnes, expiring 2/7/20) — $21,299,378
Disabled Player Exception (J.J. Barea, expiring 3/11/19) — $1,855,425
Room Exception: $4,449,000

Max contracts
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6 years or less: $27,250,000
7-9 years $32,700,000
10+ years $38,150,000

KP max
2019/20 $27,250,000
2020/21 $29,430,000
2021/22 $31,610,000
2022/23 $33,790,000
2023/24 $35,970,000
Total $158,050,000

Offer sheet from other team: 4yrs/$117.18MM.

Pick Swaps
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2019 — Owed the highest second-rounder (top-39 protected otherwise $500,000) from Houston Rockets or Golden State Warriors (Andrew Bogut, Chinanu Onuaku).
2019 — Owe first-rounder (top-5 protected through 2020, top-3 protected through 2022, unprotected in 2023) to Atlanta Hawks.
2019 — Owe second-rounder (top-55 protected) to Golden State Warriors (Andrew Bogut).
2020 — Owe second-rounder to Philadelphia 76ers (Nerlens Noel).
2021 — Owe first-rounder (two-years after the obligation to the Atlanta Hawks) to the New York Knicks (Kristaps Porzingis).
2023 — Owed second-rounder from Miami HEAT (Josh McRoberts).
2023 — Owe first-rounder (top-10 protected through 2025, two-years after the prior obligation to the New York Knicks, otherwise converts to a 2025 second-rounder) to the New York Knicks (Kristaps Porzingis).


2019 Free Agents
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Unrestricted Free Agents
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Point Guards

J.J. Barea (35)
Jerryd Bayless (31)
Patrick Beverley (31)
Eric Bledsoe (30)
Trey Burke (27)
Jose Calderon (38)
Darren Collison (32)
Raymond Felton (35)
Tim Frazier (29)
Devin Harris (36)
Cory Joseph (28)
Jeremy Lin (31)
Shelvin Mack (29)
T.J. McConnell (27)
Elfrid Payton (25)
Rajon Rondo (33)
Derrick Rose (31)
Ricky Rubio (29)
Ish Smith (31)
Isaiah Thomas (30)
Kemba Walker (29)

Shooting Guards

Reggie Bullock (28)
Alec Burks (28)
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (26)
Ian Clark (28)
Jamal Crawford (39)
Seth Curry (29)
Troy Daniels (28)
Wayne Ellington (32)
Tyreke Evans (30)
Danny Green (32)
Gerald Green (33)
Justin Holiday (30)
Rodney Hood (26)
Furkan Korkmaz (22)
Jeremy Lamb (27)
Patrick McCaw (24)
Quincy Pondexter (31)
J.J. Redick (35)
Austin Rivers (27)
Iman Shumpert (29)
Nik Stauskas (26)
Garrett Temple (33)
Klay Thompson (29)
Dwyane Wade (37)
Nick Young (34)

Small Forwards

Al-Farouq Aminu (29)
Trevor Ariza (34)
Bojan Bogdanovic (30)
DeMarre Carroll (33)
Vince Carter (42)
Wilson Chandler (32)
Luol Deng (34)
Jared Dudley (34)
Rudy Gay (33)
Mario Hezonja (24)
Wesley Johnson (32)
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot (24)
Wesley Matthews (33)
Darius Miller (29)
Terrence Ross (28)
Thabo Sefolosha (35)
Lance Stephenson (29)

Power Forwards

Dragan Bender (22)
Marquese Chriss (22)
Dante Cunningham (32)
Ed Davis (30)
Kenneth Faried (30)
Channing Frye (36)
Taj Gibson (34)
JaMychal Green (29)
Jeff Green (33)
Tobias Harris (27)
Richaun Holmes (26)
Jonas Jerebko (32)
Tyler Lydon (23)
Luc Mbah a Moute (33)
Nikola Mirotic (28)
Marcus Morris (30)
Dirk Nowitzki (41)
Mike Scott (31)
Anthony Tolliver (34)
Noah Vonleh (24)
Thaddeus Young (31)

Centers

Tyson Chandler (37)
DeMarcus Cousins (29)
Dewayne Dedmon (30)
Udonis Haslem (39)
Amir Johnson (32)
DeAndre Jordan (31)
Enes Kanter (27)
Kosta Koufos (30)
Kevon Looney (23)
Brook Lopez (31)
Robin Lopez (31)
Boban Marjanovic (31)
JaVale McGee (31)
Salah Mejri (33)
Mike Muscala (28)
Joakim Noah (34)
Kyle O’Quinn (29)
Zaza Pachulia (35)
Justin Patton (22)
Jason Smith (33)
Ekpe Udoh (31)
Nikola Vucevic (29)


Restricted Free Agents
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Point Guards

Ryan Arcidiacono (25)
Quinn Cook (26)
Jerian Grant (27)
Tyus Jones (23)
Emmanuel Mudiay (23)
Chasson Randle (26)
Terry Rozier (25)
D’Angelo Russell (23)
Brad Wanamaker (30)
Delon Wright (27)

Shooting Guards

Malcolm Brogdon (27)
Tyler Dorsey (23)
Rodney McGruder (28)
David Nwaba (26)
Tomas Satoransky (28)
Wayne Selden (25)

Small Forwards

Justin Anderson (26)
Sam Dekker (25)
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (24)
Stanley Johnson (23)
Jake Layman (25)
Kelly Oubre Jr. (24)

Power Forwards

Jordan Bell (24)
Cheick Diallo (23)
Dorian Finney-Smith (26)
Maxi Kleber (27)
Trey Lyles (24)
Jarell Martin (25)
Bobby Portis (24)
Kristaps Porzingis (24)

Centers

Khem Birch (27)
Thomas Bryant (22)
Willie Cauley-Stein (26)
Frank Kaminsky (26)
Luke Kornet (24)
Daniel Theis (27)
Ivica Zubac (22)


Player Options
Spoiler:
Point Guards

Goran Dragic (33) — $19,217,900 (Heat)
Kyrie Irving (27) — $21,329,752 (Celtics)
Jeff Teague (31) — $19,000,000 (Timberwolves)

Shooting Guards

Allen Crabbe (27) — $18,500,000 (Nets)
Tyler Johnson (27) — $19,245,370 (Suns)

Small Forwards

Harrison Barnes (27) — $25,102,512 (Kings)
Kent Bazemore (30) — $19,269,662 (Hawks)
Jimmy Butler (30) — $19,841,627 (Sixers)
James Ennis (29) — $1,845,301 (Sixers)
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (26) — $13,000,000 (Hornets)
Kawhi Leonard (28) — $21,329,752 (Raptors)
Khris Middleton (28) — $13,000,000 (Bucks)
C.J. Miles (32) — $8,730,158 (Grizzlies)

Power Forwards

Kevin Durant (31) — $31,500,000 (Warriors)
Patrick Patterson (30) — $5,711,200 (Thunder)
Dwight Powell (28) — $10,259,375 (Mavericks)
Julius Randle (25) — $9,073,050 (Pelicans)
Marvin Williams (33) — $15,006,250 (Hornets)

Centers

Aron Baynes (33) — $5,453,280 (Celtics)
Bismack Biyombo (27) — $17,000,000 (Hornets)
Marc Gasol (34) — $25,595,700 (Raptors)
Al Horford (33) — $30,123,015 (Celtics)
Dwight Howard (34) — $5,603,850 (Wizards)
Nene (37) — $3,825,360 (Rockets)
Nerlens Noel (25) — $1,988,119 (Thunder)
Jonas Valanciunas (27) — $17,617,976 (Grizzlies)
Hassan Whiteside (30) — $27,093,018 (Heat)
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Re: Mavericks Summer of 2019 

Post#2 » by dirkforpres » Mon Feb 18, 2019 10:34 pm

I guess I never realized how old all of the free agents are.

Durant or Kawhi would be the main guys I would target, otherwise Vucevic would be ideal. It’s exciting seeing Dallas finally have an appealing team and cap space. Usually it’s one or the other, not both
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Post#3 » by Captain_Obvious » Mon Feb 18, 2019 10:56 pm

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Post#4 » by arkuo » Tue Feb 19, 2019 12:53 am

This is interesting. What if we give 19M for Dragic to opt out and sign a one year deal with us like Deandre. And give 10M to Nerlens Noel for a one year deal?

Nothing too fancy. Just one year contracts so we can reload in the summer of 2020.

C - Noel
PF- Porzingis
SF- DFS
SG- Doncic
PG- Dragic
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Re: Mavericks Summer of 2019 

Post#5 » by Lord Cuban » Tue Feb 19, 2019 8:48 am

Dirk wrote:


Excellent post brother.
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Post#6 » by burek3 » Tue Feb 19, 2019 9:16 am

Lord Cuban wrote:Ray Spalding $ 1,416,852


Wasn't Ray Spalding waived? He's in the books even if he's not on the team any more?
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Re: Mavericks Summer of 2019 

Post#7 » by Dirk » Tue Feb 19, 2019 9:29 am

burek3 wrote:
Lord Cuban wrote:Ray Spalding $ 1,416,852


Wasn't Ray Spalding waived? He's in the books even if he's not on the team any more?

Yes, he was. He had guaranteed money though, so Mavs will carry dead money into 19-20, which added up with the incomplete roster charge (900k) doesn't change their cap outlook.
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Post#8 » by Lord Cuban » Tue Feb 19, 2019 9:42 am

#1 scenario:

Dwight Powell opt in
Sign Nikola Vucevic to a 4 years/90M contract
Sign Seth Curry to a 3 years/12M contract
Sign Kristaps Porzingis to 5 years/158M Contract
Sign Dorian Finney-Smith to a 4 years/28M Contract
Sign Maxi Kleber to a 4 years/28M Contract
Keep Barea or Harris for the vet Min

Roster:
PG - Luka Doncic - Jalen Brunson - Devin Harris
SG - Tim Hardaway Jr. - Seth Curry - Ryan Broekhoff
SF - Dorian Finney-Smith - Justin Jackson - 2nd round draft pick
PF - Kristaps Porzingis - Dwight Powell - Kostas Antetokounmpo
C - Nikola Vucevic - Maxi Kleber - Vet Min
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Post#9 » by Teffer10 » Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:19 am

Lord Cuban wrote:#1 scenario:

Dwight Powell opt in
Sign Nikola Vucevic to a 4 years/90M contract
Sign Seth Curry to a 3 years/12M contract
Sign Kristaps Porzingis to 5 years/158M Contract
Sign Dorian Finney-Smith to a 4 years/28M Contract
Sign Maxi Kleber to a 4 years/28M Contract
Keep Barea or Harris for the vet Min

Roster:
PG - Luka Doncic - Jalen Brunson - Devin Harris
SG - Tim Hardaway Jr. - Seth Curry - Ryan Broekhoff
SF - Dorian Finney-Smith - Justin Jackson - 2nd round draft pick
PF - Kristaps Porzingis - Dwight Powell - Kostas Antetokounmpo
C - Nikola Vucevic - Maxi Kleber - Vet Min

I'd re-sign Burke instead of Curry but other than that I think there his a high probability that could be our roster going into next season.
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Post#10 » by fuller4379 » Tue Feb 19, 2019 2:06 pm

I wouldn’t take Noel back at league minimum.
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Post#11 » by jpengland » Tue Feb 19, 2019 2:08 pm

I totally missed that we had such a huge trade exception for Barnes. That could get interesting
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Re: Mavericks Summer of 2019 

Post#12 » by DoncictheGoat » Tue Feb 19, 2019 3:39 pm

Still dont get it what is KP below average from?
Why counted in cap hit 300% of his current salary

DFS cap hold isnt at 1,8 mil?

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Post#13 » by Teffer10 » Tue Feb 19, 2019 4:19 pm

Teffer10 wrote:
Lord Cuban wrote:#1 scenario:

Dwight Powell opt in
Sign Nikola Vucevic to a 4 years/90M contract
Sign Seth Curry to a 3 years/12M contract
Sign Kristaps Porzingis to 5 years/158M Contract
Sign Dorian Finney-Smith to a 4 years/28M Contract
Sign Maxi Kleber to a 4 years/28M Contract
Keep Barea or Harris for the vet Min

Roster:
PG - Luka Doncic - Jalen Brunson - Devin Harris
SG - Tim Hardaway Jr. - Seth Curry - Ryan Broekhoff
SF - Dorian Finney-Smith - Justin Jackson - 2nd round draft pick
PF - Kristaps Porzingis - Dwight Powell - Kostas Antetokounmpo
C - Nikola Vucevic - Maxi Kleber - Vet Min

I'd re-sign Burke instead of Curry but other than that I think there his a high probability that could be our roster going into next season.

I forgot about Lee.

Luka/Brunson/Harris
THJ/Burke/Lee
DFS/Jackson/Broek
KP/Maxi/Kostas
Vuc/Powell/Mejri

Then we move Powell/Lee before TDL for our greatest area of need which will most likely be a starting caliber wing.
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Post#14 » by jpengland » Tue Feb 19, 2019 4:31 pm

DoncictheGoat wrote:Still dont get it what is KP below average from?
Why counted in cap hit 300% of his current salary

DFS cap hold isnt at 1,8 mil?

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Rookie scale cap holds are significantly higher to reflect the vastly increased max offer they can receive in comparison to their current salary.
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Post#15 » by arkuo » Tue Feb 19, 2019 4:41 pm

jpengland wrote:I totally missed that we had such a huge trade exception for Barnes. That could get interesting


How much is the total TE we have again?
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Post#16 » by Darren » Tue Feb 19, 2019 4:45 pm

I think the Mavs like retains all key FAs (KP, DFS, Maxi, JJ) unless another max player is coming. But I don't think the Mavs should be all-in if DFS/Maxi gets Parsons-like offer (16M?) at all. The Mavs needs to keep another max slot by 2020 even after KP's retained. I will consider Hezonja as a try-out candidate. This kind of player will find new life in new systems. See Zach Lavine in Chicago, I think it is a good pick up at 5M for 2 seasons. With KP and Luka around, Hezonja's a very clear role as 3D player. Instead of matching DFS crazy offer, I'd give Hezonja a try instead of sticking a near max on a defensive specialist not named Leonard. Whether or not the athleticism translate, the Mavs would see really well.
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Post#17 » by 2011Champs » Tue Feb 19, 2019 4:56 pm

I’d offer up the max to Klay or Durant. If they decline then I’d look at those good mid 30’s age players to fill out the roster on one year contracts. Mavs then can try again 2020.
What I absolutely don’t want are average players on Wes/Barnes type contracts. Mediocrity on long term high dollar deals cant happen.
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Post#18 » by dirkules_41 » Tue Feb 19, 2019 7:03 pm

2011Champs wrote:I’d offer up the max to Klay or Durant. If they decline then I’d look at those good mid 30’s age players to fill out the roster on one year contracts. Mavs then can try again 2020.
What I absolutely don’t want are average players on Wes/Barnes type contracts. Mediocrity on long term high dollar deals cant happen.

Klay would be the absolute perfect player alongside Luka and KP. I'd prefer if Durant didn't slither around Dallas - great player but don't want that guy and his loser personality anywhere near our young Euros.
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Post#19 » by Pinkyring » Tue Feb 19, 2019 7:24 pm

Why anyone would want dragic or vuc is beyond me, let alone both of them, this is just really absurd, we want to vuc 20m for what? He's been a tank commander his entire career in Orlando, just a waste of money. Id rather trade for whiteside and have a big 24m expiring than pay 20m pay for a guy that literally solves none of our problems
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Post#20 » by Lord Cuban » Tue Feb 19, 2019 9:20 pm

Pinkyring wrote:Why anyone would want dragic or vuc is beyond me, let alone both of them, this is just really absurd, we want to vuc 20m for what? He's been a tank commander his entire career in Orlando, just a waste of money. Id rather trade for whiteside and have a big 24m expiring than pay 20m pay for a guy that literally solves none of our problems

You had a good argument until you bring the Whiteside to the table... That's the worst thing that can happen to the Mavs...
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