Mavs to pursue Goran Dragic in free agency?

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Marc Stein: As the leaguewide focus rapidly shifts to next week’s draft and the June 30 start of free agency, sources say Dallas — while prioritizing its need for more wing help — does intend to explore the possibility of signing Goran Dragic this summer.
Source: Twitter @TheSteinLine

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Marc Stein @TheSteinLine
As the leaguewide focus rapidly shifts to next week’s draft and the June 30 start of free agency, sources say Dallas — while prioritizing its need for more wing help — does intend to explore the possibility of signing Goran Dragic this summer.
More NBA: marcstein.Substack.com9:57 AM

Tom Haberstroh @tomhaberstroh
Have the Dallas Mavericks signed Goran Dragic yet – 11:47 AM

Callie Caplan @CallieCaplan
One way for Mavs to ease the sting of trading Luka Doncic’s bff Boban?
Pursuing Goran Dragic with the extra space…
Hypothetical new lineup:
— 10 already under contract
— Christian Wood
— Brunson re-signing (?)
— Theo Pinson re-signing (?)
— Dragic (?)
— Taxpayer mid-level – 10:29 AM

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