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Sterling Brown couldn’t capitalize on his chance with the Dallas Mavericks

The Dallas Mavericks brought in Sterling Brown last offseason to provide wing depth and shooting, both of which they needed desperately. It was a smart bet, as Brown was coming off of a season with the Houston Rockets where he scored a career-high 8.2 points and 4.4 rebounds per game. He also shot a career-best 42% from deep on 4.2 attempts per game.

Unfortunately, Brown couldn’t replicate that production for the Mavericks. He averaged career lows in points and 3-point shooting percentage. Brown scored only 3.3 points and 3 rebounds per game, while shooting a dismal 30% from behind the arc.