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Report Card Grades for Dallas Mavs' 2014 Offseason so Far

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Report Card Grades for Dallas Mavs' 2014 Offseason so Far
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An offseason around the Dallas Mavericks is never dull.

Mark Cuban's club has pursued the best of the best this summer, from sitting down with Carmelo Anthony to Mark Cuban himself flying to Cleveland for a meeting with LeBron James' agent Rich Paul.

And hey, even if it was a one-in-a-million shot that LeBron might sign with the Mavs, at least they were in the conversation. That's a lot more than most teams in the NBA can say.

But the goals this offseason were simple. The Mavs need to make the most of Dirk Nowitzki's last few effective years, and that meant improving the roster. Though getting back to the playoffs last season was a big step, Dallas couldn't afford to be complacent. 

And complacent they weren't.

The offseason thus far has been active, thought at times very surprising. Some surprises were good, others not so much. But good or not they'll each get one of those lovely A through F grades.

Hopefully quite a few more A's than F's.

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