Mavericks to guarantee Maxi Kleber’s contract for 2022-23

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Tim MacMahon: Sources: Maxi Kleber remains a significant part of the Mavs’ plans after the Christian Wood trade. His $9 million salary isn’t guaranteed until July 4, but that is considered a formality.
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Sources: Maxi Kleber remains a significant part of the Mavs’ plans after the Christian Wood trade. His $9 million salary isn’t guaranteed until July 4, but that is considered a formality. – 1:26 PM

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Schroder will definitely be there in September and wants to persuade other NBA players to participate. He had already received a promise from Daniel Theis. “He said he was definitely up for it,” he said. Maxi Kleber (Dallas Mavericks) had told him he was in the mood, but had to look “how he feels” after an ankle injury. The two brothers hailing from Berlin, Moritz and Franz Wagner (both playing for the Orlando Magic), would probably also be available. -via BasketNews / May 25, 2022

Callie Caplan: Jason Kidd said unlikely Mavs switch starting center for Game 4, beyond: “We like what DP’s doing, and we like the role Maxi’s in. The luxury to start him or start him in the second half is something we’ve talked about, but we haven’t gone that way. That’s always a possibility.” -via Twitter @CallieCaplan / May 7, 2022

Callie Caplan: Maxi Kleber, four days after a scary fall on his neck in Game 1: “It’s better. I still feel it a little bit when I move my head and all that, but it’s good. I was lucky.” -via Twitter @CallieCaplan / May 6, 2022