Today is the deadline to guarantee many of the contracts that were listed as partial at the start of the season. This is the case of Moses Brown, who if he continues to be a Dallas Mavericks player tomorrow will be officially linked to the franchise until the end of the season. In 2020, the center reached a $ 6.7 million, four-year, unsecured deal with the Thunder, of which only the first was guaranteed. As Tim McMahon advances for ESPN, the franchise’s plan is to keep the player for the remainder of the season.
Thus, Brown would have two years of contract ahead added to the remainder of the current course. Looking ahead to 2022-23, his situation is not guaranteed again and 23-24 is subject to team decision. This season Brown has only played 22 games with the Mavs averaging 6.7 minutes per game, far from the 21.7 he played the previous season with the Thunder.
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