Dallas Gives Doncicchi Dool Wing a Chance

Dallas Gives Doncicchi Dool Wing a Chance


The Dallas Mavericks signed Tyler Hall, 25, to a training camp contract.

“Dallas signed a training camp contract with forward Tyler Hall,” said Keith Smith, a NBA-savvy reporter. Hall reportedly signed a contract with Dallas on the 10th.

The hall is 6ft 5in (196cm) and 209lbs (94kg) and belongs to wing resources.

Hall signed with the Westchester Knicks, a New York Knicks-affiliated G League team, in 2019. He signed a 10-day contract with New York on December 12 last year and returned to the G League two days later.

Hall was one of the best shooters in the G League. He has an accurate outside shot with a career success rate of 41.3% (7.1 attempts) in his career in the G League.

In addition, he played in 25 games last season, scoring 15.5 points in 35.1 minutes, 4.2 rebounds, 4.9 assists, and pitching success rates of 44.4% and 3 points, 41.7%.

Dallas opened a mini-camp for free agent players in late June, and Hall was present here.

Since then, he has participated in the Summer League with the Washington Wizards, scoring an average of 9.7 points in three games, 47.4% in field trips, and 44.4% in six attempts.

Dallas, who watched the hall from the mini-camp to the Summer League, handed him a 10-day contract. Even if Hall fails to make the final roster, he can receive $50,000 (about 65.6 million won) if he spends at least 60 days with the G-League Texas Legend under Dallas.

Hall has a three-point shot as a weapon and has a decent level of dribbling ability, so he is also good at pull-up shooting. In addition, the ability to acquire free throws and the success rate of free throws are high, so there is no big problem with shooting.

The disadvantages of the hole are that it lacks defense to play the wing position and lacks leading ability to play the guard position. Therefore, it is classified as a wing resource, but is placed in an ambiguous position.

However, Hall’s ability to shoot is really evaluated. He was the Boston Celtics’ ‘legendary shooter’ Sam Jones, who was the equivalent of a compilation player in his debut season.

Dallas, meanwhile, officially signed Hall to put 18 players on the roster. Among them, the wing position, which is the seat of the hole, includes Tim Hardaway Jr., Dorian Finney-Smith, Reggie Block, and Josh Green.

In addition, David Bertans, Maxi Clever, and Dwight Powell, who are classified as big wings, are located. This proves that Dallas is mainly defending good wings with a three-point shot that maximizes Luca Doncic’s decision making.

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