The Mavericks’ lack of shooting stuck out like a sore thumb for the entire season. The team’s leading three-point shooter was Ryan Broekhoff who shot 40 percent but appeared in only 42 games in minimal playing time. While adding a shooter of Kristaps Porzingis’ caliber is a step in the right direction, having multiple players who stretch the floor is paramount.
Enter Danny Green, who might be the best available two-guard outside of Klay Thompson.
Green is the definition of a seasoned NBA veteran. After playing four years under Roy Williams at the University of North Carolina, Green was drafted in the second round of the 2009 draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers before being waived and scooped up by the San Antonio Spurs.