It’s been about three years since Dallas Mavericks won Kristaps Porzingis in a trade with the New York Knicks in February 2019. However, due to the effects of his injuries, he was only able to play a total of 100 games in the two seasons he joined until last season, and it is often said that he was disappointed. Mavericks owner Mark Cuban trusts the Latvian Big Man, who was also named an All-Star in 2018, although he is often named as a release candidate during the off-season and before the trade deadline. It is revealed that it is. In an interview with Mark Medina on NBA.com, he stated that he had never considered trading. “Why do I do that? Such trades are always behind. Even if you trade a superstar, you don’t get the best results. I always have KP still playing the best basketball. I believed I didn’t. You know why I didn’t trade in recent times? He’s a great player and a good guy. Why trade when all the encounters with him were positive. Is it? “The media also ridicules that it is their job to create such rumors,” this time we may trade Luka (Doncic). ” To meet the expectations of such owners, Porzingis has left an all-star stats with an average of 23.1 points, 9.1 rebounds, 1.4 blocks, FG success rate of 50.4% and 3 points success rate of 37.5% in the last eight games. On the other hand, there are many scenes in which the team’s legs are pulled during defense. If we can step up defensively to embody what Cuban calls “the best basketball,” we should be able to push the team even higher.