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The league and the referees’ union announced the deal Thursday. It replaces the agreement that was set to expire at the end of the upcoming season.
The Mavs will open their 36th season on the road with a three-game-away stint starting in Phoenix on October 28th, followed by a trip to LA to face the Clippers on the 29th and the Lakers on November 1.
Though still nearly a year away, it’s clear the U.S. has plenty of players who want to go to Rio de Janeiro.
Anderson (6-6, 228) impressed at the NBA Summer League where he started all 6 six games and averaged 17.5 points per game.
The 2012 slam dunk champion at All-Star weekend averaged 3.7 points and 2.7 rebounds in five seasons with the Utah Jazz. He played in 219 games, making seven starts.
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