The Mavericks waived Tu Holloway and DJ Mbenga on Tuesday.
Mbenga, 32, last played in the NBA with New Orleans in 2010-11 and was part of two championship teams with the Los Angeles Lakers after leaving Dallas.
The Mavericks waived Tu Holloway and DJ Mbenga on Tuesday.Mbenga, 32, last played in the NBA with New Orleans in 2010-11 and was part of two championship teams with the Los Angeles Lakers after leaving Dallas.
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