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Mavericks “closing in” on a deal with Corey Brewer

Mar 2, 2011, 6:15 PM EDT

Corey Brewer Sweater

According to Marc Stein of, the Dallas Mavericks are closing in on a multi-year deal with swingman Corey Brewer, who was recently bought out by the New York Knicks. The deal is expected to be in the “7-8 million range.” According to Stein, Dallas’ ability to pay Brewer more than the Spurs or Celtics would have been able to was a key factor in Brewer’s decision.

Brewer is a high-energy player and solid defender who will help Dallas recover from the loss of Caron Butler, but he will have to improve his scoring efficiency if he wants to justify the contract the Mavericks are about to give him. When Brewer does get to the rim, he can be effective, but his shot selection and jumper have rendered him completely ineffective whenever he ventures outside of the paint. If Brewer can learn to make a short-corner three or move more without the ball so that most of his shots come from the paint, this will be a quality value signing. If not, Brewer could still be useful as a defensive specialist in limited minutes.

  1. rapmusicmademedoit - Mar 2, 2011 at 6:48 PM

    i don’t know why the knicks never even gave the kid a jersey…….

  2. pff - Mar 2, 2011 at 8:17 PM

    F the Knicks. Corey is better off in Dallas. Good for you, CB

  3. whatagreatfootballmind - Mar 2, 2011 at 9:34 PM

    One of the NBA scouts sums it up the best in 2 words… “he sucks”

  4. yankeesjetsknicksrangers - Mar 2, 2011 at 10:15 PM

    Seriously, whats with these clown pictures of this guy LOL. Looks like someone has a sense of humor here @ PBT.

  5. tstreet - Mar 3, 2011 at 12:57 PM

    The Mavs are about to sign Corey Brewer and……………….

  6. passerby23 - Mar 3, 2011 at 1:48 PM

    This signing has all the hallmarks of “Who’s going to guard Kobe in the playoffs with Caron Butler done for the year?” He might be a useful asset in that area, otherwise he might just be a 10-12 minute a night depth guy for the Mavs. Good signing in my opinion.

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