The Dallas Mavericks are a team with growing expectations. They begin the 2020-2021 regular season on Dec. 23 in Phoenix. Luka Doncic and the Mavs will not enjoy with another first-round playoff exit. They wish to delve into title contention. Most specialists are anticipating them to end up in the leading 4 in the Western Conference and as a fringe title contender.

The Mavericks marquee addition of the offseason was Josh Richardson. The versatile two-way wing gives Dallas the strong on-ball defender they lacked last season. The Mavs likewise upgraded their roster with 4 gifted novices, plus veterans Wesley Iwundu and James Johnson. They included depth, defense, and versatility in the shortened offseason.

Fans got a peek of the new additions in the Mavericks’ three preseason games, but how will that equate into the routine season? Let us take a more detailed take a look at the group’s depth chart going into the opening night.

The Mavs have 17 gamers on their roster. Tyler Bey and Nate Hinton are on two-way agreements. In a regular season, that would restrict their days with the NBA group to 45, but those restrictions have actually been relaxed in this shortened campaign. Anticipate Bey and Hinton to be with the Mavericks most nights, even if they do not dress for the games.

Dallas has a deep 15-man lineup heading into the 2020-2021 routine season. Here is a breakdown of their depth chart going into opening night.