After finding a new franchise cornerstone in Luka Doncic this past season, the Dallas Mavericks have big hopes for free agency this summer to boost their surrounding talent.
According to Marc Stein of the New York Times, the Mavs are looking for "shooters, athleticism and veterans." Stein mentioned Khris Middleton and Kemba Walker as two of their top targets.
The Mavericks should have ample salary-cap space to sign free agents. They currently have only $45.9 million in guaranteed salary on their books for next season, per Basketball Insiders, although they'll also have to re-sign Kristaps Porzingis this summer.
Per Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, the NBA's projected salary cap for 2019-20 is $109 million, while the luxury-tax threshold is projected to be $132 million.