Having swung and missed on Dwight Howard and Andrew Bynum, the Dallas Mavericks may now be forced to turn to free agent center Samuel Dalembert. Per the Dallas Morning News: “After Andrew Bynum decided to take Cleveland’s two-year offer, the Mavericks apparently are looking hard at Dalembert, 32, the 26th overall pick of the 2001 draft. On Wednesday night, one source called it a great fit if Dalembert comes to Dallas. It may be the Mavericks’ best option after Wednesday’s events. Bynum came to Dallas and allowed the Mavericks to give his balky knees a good look. Their concerns meant they were not willing to offer Bynum any deal that would contend with Cleveland’s, and the 7-footer who didn’t play a second last season, agreed to join the Cavaliers. And so, the Mavericks keep looking. [...] The Mavericks still have more than $8 million of unused cap space, but there really isn’t another free-agent center out there who deserves all of it. Dalembert and Joel Przybilla are the best remaining names on the free-agent center market. None of them would be considered long-term solutions as the Mavericks search for front-court help.”