Texas real estate blog posts meme of a “free-agent” deal for an “allied” team
Posted October 10, 2018 11:03:59This was posted on Texas Real Estate blog on October 10:A couple weeks ago, a fan of the real estate podcast Real Estate Maven (realm of the stars) posted a story on his podcast where he talked about the deal being done between the Dallas Mavericks and the Atlanta Hawks for a player in the future.
I was intrigued by the possibility of an alliance of two teams, and I’m guessing the fan had a lot of fans in the Atlanta market, so I wanted to find out if the Hawks and Mavericks had a deal that was done in their name.
I contacted both the Dallas and Atlanta Mavericks for comment.
I got a quick reply from both teams.
I contacted both teams and got a swift reply back.
The Hawks are in a rebuilding phase, but the Mavericks have been linked to a few players in the past.
They could have signed a number of players this off-season, but decided to keep the focus on building a team that will contend for a championship.
The Mavericks, meanwhile, had a few more players available for the 2019 NBA Draft, so they might not have as much cap space to work with.
I don’t know if this was a one-time deal, but it did suggest that the Mavericks had an idea of what the Hawks were looking for.
It’s possible that this was just a way to give them more cap space for a potential 2018 trade, but that’s speculation on my part.
So, what’s next?
The Hawks would have a lot to lose in a deal, since they already had a player that was on their roster for a few years.
Atlanta could still be in a rebuild mode if the Mavericks signed someone from their current roster.
If the Mavericks wanted to sign a player, they’d have to figure out how to get him.
The Mavericks have several talented players in DeAndre Kane, Deandre Ayton, and Dewayne Dedmon, so the only way they could get their hands on a player would be to offer a contract.
The Mavs are expected to be serious buyers for Dewayan Dedmon this off season.
If they could sign the player to a deal with the Hawks, they could try to move Dedmon to the West in exchange for Jae Crowder, and get Crowder to take a pay cut from his current deal with Dallas.
The Hawks could also try to sign Crowder as a free agent this off year and get him for Crowder in return.
I have a feeling that Crowder’s future with the Mavericks will be limited.
Atlanta is currently trying to re-sign Dirk Nowitzki, and a possible deal involving a second-year player is possible.
Crowder is a big part of the team’s future, so it would make sense to trade Crowder.
If Atlanta can get a deal done with Crowder and Nowitzkis camp, it would be a huge win for the Hawks.
If the Mavskis and Hawks could get an agreement done with the two players, it wouldn’t make sense for the Mavericks to trade any of the players they currently have.
If they decide to trade Nowitzks future, it could mean a huge upgrade for Atlanta in the coming years.
The next deal for the Mavericks would likely involve a deal for Dirk Nowatzki.
If a deal were to be done between Nowitz and the Hawks for Crowsey, it makes sense for Nowitz to be a part of it.
The team would then have the cap space they need to sign the players the Hawks want, and that’s something the Hawks don’t have right now.