NBA Rumors: What Corey Brewer Deal Means to the Dallas Mavericks

Trevor Lowry@@TheTrevorLowryContributor IMarch 2, 2011

Corey Brewer only went to the New York Knicks to be apart of the Carmelo Anthony blockbuster deal. With Brewer securing a buyout from the Knicks, he became one of the most attractive free agents. 

According to Yahoo! Sports, Brewer has agreed to sign a multi-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks.

With the addition of Brewer, the Mavericks are going to benefit a lot. 

Brewer is only 25 years old, making him a very young player. He still has room for improvement, and with the right team, he can be a great player.

The main reason Brewer is so desirable is because of his versatility on defense and his great athleticism. So not only could the Mavericks use Brewer in any role on the team, but he will most importantly provide a great defensive impact for them as well.

Brewer stands relatively tall at 6'9''. With this said, he is very lengthy and can be a defensive and offensive asset to the Mavericks.

This season, Brewer averaged 8.6 PPG with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Mavericks are going to get a great player in Corey Brewer. Not only will Brewer make the Mavericks' defense better, he will be a scoring threat as well. 

Corey Brewer is just the addition the Dallas Mavericks needed to make it far in this year's playoffs. 

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