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After the first week of NBA free agency ended, there are still a few important players available. The Dallas Mavericks can try to sign even more players to increase the depth of their squad, even if they have already signed players like Naji Marshall and Klay Thompson in free agency.

Former Mavericks and most recently Los Angeles Lakers guard Spencer Dinwiddie is one guy who is still without a job. Before switching teams in the middle of the season, the 6-foot-5 guard appeared in 48 games with the Brooklyn Nets before joining the Lakers, where he is currently unsigned.

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Is Dinwiddie going to join the Mavericks when he returns to Dallas? Theo Pinson, a former guard, advocated for the two sides to reconcile on his podcast, To The Baha.

Pinson declared, “Spencer’s a f—— baller.” “He feels at ease with these guys and accomplished success with this club. Why then wouldn’t you bring him back?

The Mavericks acquired Dinwiddie from the Washington Wizards for the 2021–2022 season. He averaged 15.8 points per game in the regular season across his 23 games played, including seven starts. He was playing with Jalen Brunson and Luka Doncic at the time.

Brunson has moved on, of course, but Dinwiddie would be left to support a potent rotation of players with the Mavericks nucleus of Doncic, Kyrie Irving, and Klay Thompson. After being traded by the Mavericks in the middle of the season, Dinwiddie was reunited with the Brooklyn Nets during 2022–2023.

After helping the four-seeded Mavericks make a run to the Western Conference in his first season with the organization, Dinwiddie could be a valuable scoring spark off the bench for a competitive roster if he decides to return.

Dinwiddie recently finished a disappointing season that worsened as a result of his Lakers trade. The Mavericks may continue to assemble a competitive roster by paying cheap to acquire the backup guard’s rights.


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