Gary Harris and Otto Porter Jr., in the orbit of the Mavericks

Overcoming the first round of the playoffs after two previous setbacks and reaching the Conference Finals for the first time since 2011 is an accurate indicator of the high aspirations of the Dallas Mavericks project, led by Luka Doncic. Thus, in the offices of the organization they have begun to work to polish the team for a promising next course.

In the middle of this month of June they closed the transfer of Christian Wood from Houston in exchange for Boban Marjanovic, Sterling Brown, Trey Burke, Marquese Chriss and the pick 26 of the draft. Now his top priority points to re-signing Jalen Brunson, an unrestricted free agent who the New York Knicks are expected to bid heavily on.

However, free agency will open an important range of possibilities to be addressed by the Mavericks offices. Recently, the journalist Marc Stein reported that Dallas would be interested in closing the incorporation of veteran Goran Dragic, as the team’s presumable third baseman and mentor of the youngest.

Other free agents have also caught the attention of the franchise. According to the journalist Dallas Morning NewsCallie Caplan, the Mavericks are looking at other potential targets, including Gary Harris and Otto Porter Jr., two experienced profiles capable of complementing the group and contributing on both ends of the floor.

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