Possible Trade? The Dallas Mavericks Reportedly “Have Looked Into The Idea” Of Making This Trade With The Pacers For A Player Who's Played For The Thunder, Rockets, Hornets And …

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According to Evan Massey of NBA Analysis Network, the Dallas Mavericks ” have looked into the idea” of trading Jeremy Lamb of the Indiana Pacers.

According to Evan Massey of NBA Analysis Network, the Dallas Mavericks are considering a trade for Jeremy Lamb of the Indiana Pacers.

The Tweet from Massey can be seen in a post that is embedded below from his Twitter account. 

Massey’s Tweet said: “Per league source to @HoopAnalysisNet, the #Mavs have looked into the idea of trading for #Pacers wing Jeremy Lamb. Dallas has an $11.9M trade exception Lamb would fit into.”

Lamb averaged 10.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 36 games for the Pacers last season. 

He also shot over 40% from the three-point range. 

Over his nine-year NBA career he has played for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Charlotte Hornets and Pacers. 

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