NBA rumors: Dallas Mavericks want to sign Myles Turner

It is not possible to settle for another year of transition and sustained growth dependent on Luka doncic. They know it well from the m

It is not possible to settle for another year of transition and sustained growth dependent on . They know it well from the management of , who see with desperation how the team is unable to reap victories without the Slovenian, existing a tremendous dependence on him. It has not been the best start at the individual level for the former Real Madrid, who has also been unable to gain competitive pace due to injuries. That is why, according to nbaanalysis.net, are unleashed around possible signings, being a great desire for the Texan franchise as it would allow them to improve a lot in defense and free of intimidation work that can depress the Latvian in attack.

While it is true that Porzingis has greatly raised his level of play this season, that does not appear to be enough at the moment to achieve regular trumps. Jason Kidd’s idea would be to play with the Latvian as power forward, giving great responsibility to Myles turner, who is not only one of the best defenders in the entire NBA, but is also capable of rebounding effectively on both sides of the court and opening the field with good shots. Considering that the Pacers would be a free agent at the end of 2023 and that things in Indianapolis are not working, it seems very feasible that they will look for some three-way movement to recruit the center.

Hardaway Jr could be expendable for the Mavs

And is that the big problem for Dallas mavericks is that they do not have commercial assets that may be of great interest to the Pacers, but they will seek the formula to establish three-way agreements that end up leading to this. A far cry from the elite of the Western Conference, the Texan franchise is aware that having two stars like Luka and Kristapsz can attract any player, and that they may have to part with Tim Hardaway Jr to scout the market for a third. established star, such as Myles Turner.