Sources: The Mavs met Joakim Noah when they were looking for mid-depth at the end of the season after Dwight Powell’s injury. Dallas is concerned about Noah’s health and is considering various other options, including G League and overseas players.
– Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) January 22, 2020
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Noah had a solid second half of last season with Memphis. He came off the bench and offered good defense and 7.1 points per game. He moved well and fit in as a role player by giving them 16.5 minutes a night.
That’s all Dallas would need, someone to grab the ricochets and do the dirty work that Kristaps Prozingis plays his pick and pop game with. We’ll see if Dallas goes that way or another.