The Mavs are young, but will surprise teams next season

This NBA offseason saw 3 all-stars from the Eastern Conference join the Western Conference. Paul George will pair with Westbrook in OKC, Jimmy Butler joins the young T-Wolves and Paul Millsap heads to Denver.

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Salah Mejri will play a major role for Mavs this season

Not many people thought Salah Mejri would be playing a major role in the Mavs making the playoffs last season, however thats exactly what he did. Mejri was signed by the Mavs on July 30 2015, agreeing to a multiyear deal for the veteran minimum salary. At 30 years old, Mejri has had a long journey to making the NBA.

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The Mavs have started a youth movement this offseason

The Mavs offseason wasn’t looking too good when Hassan Whiteside and Mike Conley turned down the Mavs and resigned with their original teams. Chandler Parsons then signed a max contract with the Memphis Grizzlies, leaving the Mavs with very little options.

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Chandler Parsons could lead Dallas to home court advantage in the playoffs

Chandler Parsons signed with the Mavs as a restricted free agent in the summer of 2014. Mark Cuban lured Parsons away from Houston by signing him to a 46 million dollar deal over 3 years.

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Wesley Matthews is bringing a lot more to Dallas than Monta Ellis did

The Dallas Mavericks will face their former shooting guard and arguably their best player for the past 2 seasons, Monta Ellis. He averaged 19.0 points per game in his 2 seasons with Dallas, leading the team in scoring in his second year. He led the Mavs to the playoffs in both seasons alongside Dirk Nowitzki. He opted out of final year of his 3 year deal which was due to pay him $8,720,000 in the 2015-2016 season.

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If Mavs don’t sign DeAndre Jordan or LaMarcus Aldridge, what’s plan B?

The Mavs have got caught going for that ‘big fish’ once again, this time it might pay off. Obviously there are no guarantees that the Mavs will sign one of the superstars in DeAndre Jordan and LaMarcus Aldridge. The Mavs will have plan B ready, lets look at some of their options.

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