The Mavericks have released guard Kyle Collinsworth, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports tweets.
Collinsworth had two non-guaranteed years remaining on his contract. He was due to make $1,378,242 if he had stayed on the roster through January 10th. The first $100K of the contract would have guaranteed had he remained on the roster through Friday.
Collinsworth, who is on Dallas’ summer league team, appeared in 32 games last season. He averaged 3.2 PPG and 1.8 APG in 15.0 MPG.
The draft-night trade for Luka Doncic made Collinsworth expendable. The Mavs also have Dennis Smith Jr. and J.J. Barea as options at point guard.
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6 thoughts on “Mavericks Release Guard Kyle Collinsworth”
Damn hopefully warriors snag him kid is a stud.
I could be a stud on the warriors in a wheelchair
If by stud you mean someone that can’t shoot, then yes, he is a stud
Kid is a stud AKA looks like a better scorer than he is cause he played at run and gun BYU
He isn’t a “stud” but he does do everything well. He was a triple-double machine in college. They just didn’t want to pay him 1.3 million, which obviously makes sense. He will get work somewhere .
Not sure if he will get a job anywhere his numbers are terrible 15MPG for only 3PPG/2APG, man that is real bad numbers, maybe in G-League or China.