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Justin Jackson: Dallas Maverick's Playoff Push Profile


At 6-7 and 220 pounds, can fill in at either forward position and even play spot minutes at shooting guard. The third-year veteran has been consistent when he’s gotten a chance to play, and his defense is better than advertised. Jackson will earn $5 million next season, and the Mavs can make him a qualifying offer of $7 million for 2021-22. (Dallas Mavericks)

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