"Dallas really wanted to bring him in,'' Fair's agent, Torrel Harris, said. "I think this is a good spot for him.''
"The Mavericks have a genuine interest in C.J.,'' Harris said. "They were going to pick him. They want him.''
That's all you can really ask for and, truth be told, it's no less or more than what C.J. would have gotten had he been taken late in the 2nd Round.
Syracuse.com notes that the Mavericks traded their second round picks to the Knicks, implying that if they hadn't, they might have taken Fair then. But it's a moot point anyway.
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