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Current Roster
4 Quincy Acy F 6-7 240
1 Justin Anderson F 6-6 228
5 Jose Barea G 6-0 185
40 Harrison Barnes F 6-8 225
6 Andrew Bogut C 7-0 260
9 Nicolas Brussino F/G 6-7 195
30 Seth Curry G 6-2 185
10 Dorian Finney-Smith F 6-8 220
20 A.J. Hammons C 7-0 250
34 Devin Harris G 6-3 192
23 Wesley Matthews G 6-5 220
50 Salah Mejri C 7'2 235
41 Dirk Nowitzki F 7-0 245
7 Dwight Powell F/C 6-11 240
8 Deron Williams G 6-3 200
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News And Recent Additions

  • Mavericks Announce 2016 Preseason Schedule - The 2016 preseason schedule is now available and will see Dallas hosting three games at the AAC and playing four on the road including one in Shreveport and one on the University of Wisconsin campus.
  • Mavericks Sign Guard Kyle Collinsworth - After competing for the Mavs' 2016 Las Vegas Summer League team, the team has signed former BYU standout Kyle Collinsworth with an invitation to training camp.
  • Re-live the entire 2014-2015 Dallas Mavericks season in the History section of MavsWiki. Season highlights as well as team and player notes are featured on the page.


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This Day In Mavericks History

  • 1984 Moody Madness. The game was played at Moody Coliseum, on the Southern Methodist University campus, due to a scheduling conflict with World Championship Tennis at Reunion Arena. In one of the most famous games in Mavs history, Dallas defeated Seattle 105-104 in overtime to take the series 3-2 and advance to the second round. It was Dallas' first ever playoff series win.
  • 2004 Josh Howard and Marquis Daniels were named to the All-Rookie Second teams. Howard received three First team votes and 23 Second team votes and Daniels received one First team vote and 18 Second team votes (voting done by the coaches, but a coach can't vote for his own players).
  • 2010 The NBA fined Erick Dampier $35,000 for comments about the officiating in game three of the first round playoff series against the San Antonio Spurs.
  • 2014 Swingman Vince Carter hit a corner 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Dallas the victory in game three of the opening round playoff series against San Antonio. The win gave the Mavs a 2-1 advantage in the series.
  • 2015 The Mavs stay alive in their first round playoff series against the Houston Rockets with a 121-109 victory at the American Airlines Center.

Special thanks to Patricia Bender and her Mavericks website (http://www.eskimo.com/~pbender/mavs.html) for assistance with this section.