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The Dallas Mavericks and two more teams have allegedly thrown an eye on Dennis Schröder. The German Point Guard is considered a potential trade candidate in front of the Deadline on February 10th.

As reported by Jake Fischer by bleacher Report, in conjunction with the name Dennis Schröder, the Mass, Cleveland Cavaliers and the New York Knicks are traded as potential interested parties in Lisa Circles.

The 28-year-old is valid a few weeks before the deadline as a probable trade candidate with the Celtics, as they can not extend his contract expiring in the summer.

Schröder signed in Off season 2021 for a year and $5.9 million in Boston. Since the Celtics do not have its bird rights, you can offer it at most 120 percent of its current salary. In the upcoming Free Agency, he will probably hope for significantly higher doped offers.

Accordingly, it is already speculated for a long time that the franchise could offer the Point Guard on the trade market to get a counterpart for him. The MAV has long been interested in another Playmaker to take the burden of Luka Ionic.

The Cars, one of the surprise teams of the league, had to cope with the injury-related failures of two important Guards, Collin Sexton and Ricky Rubio in this season, but recently brought Ramon Rondo as additional support. The knicks could also be active on the trade market after the disappointing season start (21-21, 11th in the East), to start a run on the playoffs.

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Schröder showed light and shadow in the current season, on average, the guard comes to 16.1 points and 4.5 assists at 43.7 percent from the field and 34.2 percent of downtown. However, the Celtics also have a disappointing season behind themselves and lies with 21 wins and 21 defeats only in ten in the east.

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