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JUN 23, 2:07a ET | Jay Clemons
StatsLLC: Jul 24 / 12:00a ET
News: The Dallas Mavericks have signed free-agent guard John Jenkins.
Impact: Jenkins was a first-round pick by Atlanta in 2012 and played three seasons with the Hawks, averaging 5.6 points and shooting 45 percent in 14 minutes per game. He played in 98 games with three starts.
Rotowire: Jul 20 / 5:30p ET
News: Jenkins agreed to a three-year contract with the Mavericks on Monday, Shams Charania of RealGM reports.
Impact: With Wesley Matthews hurt, the Mavericks wanted to add some depth at shooting guard. Jenkins offers that added depth, as he'll now join Justin Anderson and Raymond Felton as insurance policies at the two. The fourth-year pro has spent his past three years with the Hawks. During the 2014-15 season, he played in 24 games and posted averages of 5.6 points, 1.6 rebounds, 0.5 assists and 0.4 steals over 12 minutes per game. Despite the change of scenery, Jenkins likely won't offer much in terms of fantasy value moving forward.
Rotowire: May 1 / 7:32a ET
News: Jenkins hasn't been given any playing time through the first five games of Atlanta's series against Brooklyn.
Impact: Jenkins averaged 12.4 minutes on the court over 24 games during the regular season and seems to be on the outside of coach Mike Budenholzer's playoff rotation. Unless something unforeseeable happens, expect Jenkins to be firmly planted on the bench during Atlanta's playoff campaign.