NBA Amnesty and More 2012: Who's Next for the Mavericks?

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NBA Amnesty and More 2012: Who's Next for the Mavericks?
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IT'S TIME TO PLAY AMNESTY WITH YOUR HOST, DAVID STERN!

While the NBA draft and much of the free-agent mayhem had come and gone even before signings officially began, there is still quite a bit of movement around the league and for some teams who were quiet in the early stages, the NBA's amnesty provision and a few remaining trades are an opportunity to scoop up desirable players at a bargain prices as well as free up cap space by setting selected expensive players free.

The Mavericks watched as their primary targets signed with other teams but jumped into the fray, signing free-agent center Chris Kaman and trading center Ian Mahinmi for Indiana point guard Darren Collison and forward Dahntay Jones.

With a few other key pieces on the market, Dallas has used the amnesty clause in-house and will be looking to make an offer on other players as well as looking at additional trades. 

 

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