Good News: NBA All-Star Agrees Deal To Sign With Dallas Mavericks

Mavericks Player Wants Team to Sign His Brother


After a surprising playoff run that led to the 2024 NBA Finals, the Dallas Mavericks established themselves as a legitimate title contender, winning the Western Conference.

However, the Boston Celtics, with more experience and a stronger all-around roster, proved too much for the Mavericks, defeating them in five games.

Following their Finals loss, the Mavericks needed to strategize for the offseason to bridge the gap. They’ve already made a significant move by signing four-time NBA champion Klay Thompson as a free agent.


With Thompson in the fold, Dallas is now targeting players to sign with their mid-level exception and the veteran’s minimum. Mavericks forward Markieff Morris suggested the team should sign his brother, Marcus Morris, who played for the Philadelphia 76ers and Cleveland Cavaliers last season.

“Marcus Morris would be perfect!” Markieff Morris wrote.

As the Mavericks aim to remain title contenders, they will likely consider other veteran minimum contract options as well.

There has also been talk of the Mavericks wanting to reunite with Spencer Dinwiddie, who might be willing to accept the minimum at this stage in his career, especially with the chance to compete for an NBA title.

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