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Dylan Windler, but I expect him gone before the 39th pick
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Dylan Windler, but I expect him gone before the 39th pick
Windler would be great addition from bench. But yeah, great shooter with good length and even with pretty good wingspan, who can defend multiple positions (not with above average results but still can), go fast in todays NBA. He will not be good 3&D player or something like this, but in my opinion there is good change he will be versatile offensive firepower player off the bench for long time. He would be little bit like upgraded Broekhoff.

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Schofield might be a good pick for us.
Strong, athletic and pretty damn confident.
Also a senior coming out so should be mature and fit in quickly.
We need some strength on this team.

Crowder and Justin Anderson similarities in size and position.

Also, I'd love to see the Mavs pickup Tacko Fall as an UFA.
Raw as hell, and bigs aren't that important anymore, but 7'6" 310 lbs. with 6% body fat and a 8ft. WS with some mobility is an experiment I'd like to watch this summer.

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My wish list (semi-realistic, some players may require a small move up)


Tier 1
Daniel Gafford
Brandon Clark

both bring athleticism & shot-blocking to our front court


Tier 2
Matisse Thybulle - limited offensively and inconsistent shot, but one of the best defenders college basketball has seen the past few years... 5.8 combined blocks and steals in 31 mpg last season

Carsen Edwards - classic case of a guy who would get more love if he was bigger... dropped 42 in the elite 8 on UVA

Isaiah Roby - good defender, good frame, underrated all-around offensive game


My "Ricky Ledo" Roll-the-Dice Pick
Kevin Porter Jr.
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I think we're more likely to trade the second rounder than keep it
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I think we're more likely to trade the second rounder than keep it
Either that or some combination of moves. Atlanta, Boston, Brooklyn, and Philly all have three picks before the Mavs. Some of those teams will want to get rid of their picks. Cleveland, Charlotte, and Phoenix have two picks before the Mavs pick. The draft board is going to percolate with moves that night. It's hard to imagine a team like the Mavs standing pat - either moving out or up.
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Dallas Mavericks: 5 options for pick No. 37 in 2019 NBA Draft
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Amazing to me Gafford is falling so far. As an Arkansas fan, I thought he made a really unselfish, if not foolish decision to return last season. He was projected anywhere from 12-20 and now seeing mocks in the late 30s?

I'll just say, if he's there, we should pounce. Perhaps even trade up. He'd allow flexibility to lose one of Maxi/Powell. The downside is he absolutely does not shoot. He showed some improvement on his touch with his mid-range and free throws, but never even attempted a 3 at Arkansas. He will be limited to a PnR big man much like Powell early on, but with much better defense. Gafford is really long in addition to his height. He will continue to grow into his body and needs to add weight to his frame, but can easily take it on without sacrificing his elite athleticism. Already a really tough shot blocker, he has even more room for improvement with technique.

I think at this spot in the draft, you start thinking intangibles, too. An excellent young man with no issues on or off the court, great family, and will bust his ass. I'd frankly be ecstatic to watch him play basketball for one of my favorite teams for at least the next 3-4 years.
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Amazing to me Gafford is falling so far. As an Arkansas fan, I thought he made a really unselfish, if not foolish decision to return last season. He was projected anywhere from 12-20 and now seeing mocks in the late 30s?

I'll just say, if he's there, we should pounce. Perhaps even trade up. He'd allow flexibility to lose one of Maxi/Powell. The downside is he absolutely does not shoot. He showed some improvement on his touch with his mid-range and free throws, but never even attempted a 3 at Arkansas. He will be limited to a PnR big man much like Powell early on, but with much better defense. Gafford is really long in addition to his height. He will continue to grow into his body and needs to add weight to his frame, but can easily take it on without sacrificing his elite athleticism. Already a really tough shot blocker, he has even more room for improvement with technique.

I think at this spot in the draft, you start thinking intangibles, too. An excellent young man with no issues on or off the court, great family, and will bust his ass. I'd frankly be ecstatic to watch him play basketball for one of my favorite teams for at least the next 3-4 years.


I think he ends up going top-20. He's just too mobile and versatile a defender to not. If he drops any further I agree that we should absolutely make an attempt to trade up. Cap-strapped Cleveland might like a move down from 26 to 37 if it includes cash.
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Five Underrated Players to Watch

1) Tyler Herro - kid may not have the ideal frame, but he can absolutely shoot lights out... his ability to shoot off screens seals the deal for me

2) Keldon Johnson - smooth small forward reminiscent of Jayson Tatum... more advanced skillset than Reddish and Little

3) Daniel Gafford - said it above, but his defensive versatility and rim-running is exactly what you need from a center

4) Brandon Clarke - undersized, but his motor, timing, and tenacity are all elite.. like Gafford fits the role of the modern 5 very well

5) Matisse Thybulle - elite perimeter defender with higher offensive upside than Andre Roberson
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Gafford will go higher. He's the prototype of a center in 2019.
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NBAdraft.net has us picking at 39. God that website has gone downhill...
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Turned into absolut trash. They had for months and going into draftnight Hachimura at #4
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I just found this website which tracks which teams have scheduled workouts with potential draft picks.

https://hoopshype.com/2019/05/07/nba...uts-prospects/

Dallas is tied with Denver for having the fewest schedule workouts (2) and the two players who were brought in aren't on most peoples draft boards at all.

Makes you wonder.
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I just found this website which tracks which teams have scheduled workouts with potential draft picks.

https://hoopshype.com/2019/05/07/nba...uts-prospects/

Dallas is tied with Denver for having the fewest schedule workouts (2) and the two players who were brought in aren't on most peoples draft boards at all.

Makes you wonder.
Maybe we don't need a closer look at some of the guys we're interested in? We didn't work out Luka or Dennis... Although they were probably better-known quantities than the guys at #37.

Or we could be shopping the pick? Maybe offering it as part of a package?

Or maybe we're just drafting Shamorie Ponds.
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Problem with Mavs and workouts is that they never announce workouts. Maybe hoopshype still get all the intel, but it's not like you'll see public statements or those workout videos that are all over Twitter from other teams.
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Problem with Mavs and workouts is that they never announce workouts. Maybe hoopshype still get all the intel, but it's not like you'll see public statements or those workout videos that are all over Twitter from other teams.
I don't know. I really don't. But I can't see any of this as being really secretive. It sure doesn't look like any other team is being secretive about it. Most of the second round will never play in a NBA game. I suspect it is what it is.

I agree with Underdog. There are other possibilities. I'll probably follow this site with some mild curiosity. It's the first time I've even seen draft workouts listed.

Also, this was in the NBA Rumors website. This is Tobias Harris's brother.

<snip>Terry, 22, is a 6’6″ forward who just completed his senior season at North Carolina A&T. He is projected as a possible late second-round selection and could be on the board when Philadelphia selects at No. 54. Terry had recent workouts with the Suns and Clippers and has sessions upcoming with the Kings, Nets and Mavericks.<snip>

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Raleigh native Chris Clemons (Campbell) of 540 Sports & JCK Sports has excelled in pre-draft workouts with the following: Rockets, Celtics, Timberwolves, Hornets, Jazz, Warriors, Clippers, Kings and Magic. Upcoming workouts: 6/10- Mavericks, 6/15- Lakers, 6/19- Celtics –
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Draft prospect Charles Matthews tears ACL
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Sounds like he's now UDFA territory. Sucks to see for these young guys trying to make their dream work out.

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After working out today for Cleveland @ShamorieP works out for Dallas on Tuesday. Also has Philly and Houston coming up.– via Twitter AdamZagoria
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7 Targets for the Dallas Mavericks’ 37th Pick in the 2019 Draft
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How does one put the time and effort in writing this up and calls Gafford an Indiana Hoosier not once, but twice? Yikes.
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Mavs should look to move up to the first round and maybe pick Ty Jerome, Bruno Fernando, or Dylan Windler . Jerome in particular, would fit well with Luka in the backcourt and (more likely) provide a smart, ball control shooter/distributor with the bench. Mavs could trade Courtney Lee to the Bucks for Tony Snell and swap #37 for #30, or better yet Snell + #30 for Lee. Mavs would be committing to $12M for two more years (vs one more for Lee), but Snell is an above average 3-D guy (career 38%) and younger (27). Bucks reportedly are trying to trade Snell and Ilasyova.
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@ShamsCharania: Atlanta has traded the No. 44 overall pick in Thursday's draft to Miami for a future conditional second-round pick
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10 options for the Mavs with the 37th pick
https://thesmokingcuban.com/2019/06/...avs-37th-pick/
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Why the thread merge?

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@wojespn: ESPN Sources: Golden State has acquired Atlanta’s No. 41 pick in tonight’s NBA Draft. The cost: $1.3M and a 2024 second-round pick. Atlanta moved No. 44 to Miami yesterday. Hawks have Nos. 8, 10, 17 and 35 tonight. Golden State has Nos. 28, 41 and 58.
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Warriors trying to get cheap roster depth...cant blame them
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