Dirk Nowitzki May Be Willing To Play 6th Man Role

Jose Verdugo
Setiembre 14, 2018

"We're going to do everything we can to help this kid develop and have fun and learn so we can see the best Luka here, hopefully in a couple more years".

Then there's the rest of the bunch, guys who may actually be solid contributors on the court, but whether due to their contract situation or an inability to produce consistently, could possibly find themselves on the trade block at one point or another. "He's unbelievable in the pick-and-roll play". Here are the three players most likely to be moved if a deal is made.

Wow. Just wow. Of course, Dirk Nowitzki wasn't going to say anything negative about someone the Mavs just invested so much of our future into, but this is some lofty praise for a young man. But coming over from a different country, I went through the same thing 20 years ago.

He's scrimmaged every day and works hard.

"It's tough to adjust to a lot of things".

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"The combination of court vision and size is something I haven't seen in my twenty years."
Landing in Dallas seems to be a pretty great fit for Doncic, who gets to make his adjustment to the NBA as a rookie under the tutelage of the greatest European basketball player of all time, Dirk Nowitzki.

However, the 40-year-old German believes it's important to ease the Slovenian into the Association as he transitions from playing in Europe to playing stateside. That year was really really tough. "But he's an incredible talent". The 7-footer is one of six players overall, and the only worldwide player, with more than 30,000 career points.

Dallas is betting big on the 6-foot-7 guard after trading up in June's draft to select him third overall. He does, like, over-the-head and between-the-leg passes to cutters. Unbelievable. He's a good shooter when he has time. The court vision is already unbelievable. "If [Barnes] goes back to the four or we start other ways, I have no idea as of yet".

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.

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