After failing to acquire Deron Williams in the offseason, the Mavericks induced plan b, and signed a plethora of free agents to one-year deals to sure up their roster for the 2012-2013 season.
Perhaps their biggest catch came when they managed to sign former USC standout, and Memphis Grizzlies sixth man O.J. Mayo.
Mayo has gotten off to a hot start this year, and currently ranks eighth in the NBA in scoring at 21.3 PPG.
Mayo has proven that he can be a team's number one option on the offensive end of the ball, and is easily one of the top shooters that the Western Conference has to offer.
The Huntington, W. Va. native is quickly rising up among the best two guards in the league, but just how well does he match up with each of them?
Here is a breakdown of how Mayo stacks up with each starting shooting guard in the Western Conference.
Note: All stats are accurate as of Sunday November 18th.