Mavericks want Porzingis and Doncic together for '20 years', says Cuban

Mavericks want Porzingis and Doncic together for '20 years', says Cuban

Mavericks want Porzingis and Doncic together for '20 years', says Cuban

Long before he went from the New York Knicks to the Dallas Mavericks, Kristaps Porzingis' status was in question for 2018-19, after he suffered a torn left ACL in February 2018.

He was traded from the New York Knicks last week in a blockbuster multi-player deal, but the Mavericks were quick to say that they don't expect him to resume competition this season.

"Our goal is to keep these two together for the next 20 years", Cuban said Monday as the National Basketball Association club held a press conference to introduce new acquisitions Porzingis, Tim Hardaway Jr.

He will have his introductory news conference in Dallas on Monday (Tuesday, Manila time). "Peace", Porzingis wrote on his Instagram account. If the Knicks can land some big-time stars this summer, trading Porzingis will be viewed in a more positive light, but for now, the move smacks of desperation and further incompetence from James Dolan and his staff. Milwaukee doesn't have the assets to compete with the other offers likely to be on the table for the Pelicans, but that shouldn't prevent them from making their best offer and seeing how the cards fall.

"When the meeting occurred this morning, we'd already been having many conversations with a number of teams", Perry said Thursday. The Mavs sent DeAndre Jordan, Dennis Smith Jr. and Wesley Matthews and two future first round draft picks to the Knicks.

Secondly, all four of the Bucks' starters outside of superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo are pending unrestricted free agents.

He's already dreaming of the ways to use Porzingis, a 7-foot-3 center/forward, and his prized rookie phenom Luka Doncic, together as a one-two punch in the National Basketball Association. In 2017-18, prior to the injury, Porzingis averaged 22.7 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.4 blocks while shooting 43.9 percent from the field and 39.5 percent on 4.8 3-point attempts.

"I can answer that for you".

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