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

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Tim McMahon: Sources: Maxi Kleber remains a big part of the Mavs plans after the Christian Wood deal. His $9 million salary isn’t guaranteed until July 4, but it’s considered a formality.
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Sources: Maxi Kleber remains a big part of the Mavs plans after the Christian Wood deal. His $9 million salary isn’t guaranteed until July 4, but it’s considered a formality. – 13:26

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Schroeder will definitely be there in September and wants to convince other NBA players to get involved. He has already received a promise from Daniel Theis. “He said he was definitely ready for it,” he said. Maxi Kleber (Dallas Mavericks) told him he was in the mood but had to see “how he feels” after his ankle injury. Two brothers from Berlin, Moritz and Franz Wagner (both of whom play for the Orlando Magic), are also likely to be available. -by using CartNews / May 25, 2022

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Callie Kaplan: Jason Kidd said it’s unlikely the Mavs will change starting center in Game 4, besides: “We love what DP does and we love the role of Maxi. We talked about the luxury of launching him or launching him in the second half, but we didn’t go that route. It’s always possible.” -by using Twitter @CallieCaplan / May 7, 2022

Callie Kaplan: Maxi Kleber, four days after a terrible fall on his neck in the first game: “Now it’s better. I still feel it a little when I move my head and all, but it’s good. I’m lucky.” -by using Twitter @CallieCaplan / May 6, 2022




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