Dallas Mavericks

26-31 (62% ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 108.7 21st
Rebounds Per Game 45.6 11th
Assists Per Game 22.6 25th
Points Allowed 108.7 11th
2018-19 Southwest Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Houston 33 24 .579 L1
San Antonio 33 26 .559 W1
Dallas 26 31 .456 L2
New Orleans 26 33 .441 W1
Memphis 23 36 .390 L2

Injuries

  • SG
    James Harden (Shoulder) injured last game, is probable Monday vs Dallas
  • C
    Clint Capela (Thumb) is out indefinitely

Dallas Mavericks News

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  • Tall baller from the G! @swish41 is now at the @jrnba camps! #NBAAllStar https://t.co/P8qHjYXdPN

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  • On the court for #TeamWorld practice! @luka7doncic | #NBAAllStar https://t.co/NGjIohB9by

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  • 3 hours ago
  • Now time to go to #TeamWorld practice! @luka7doncic https://t.co/DyVEahaVAz

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  • 4 hours ago
  • Closer look of @luka7doncic at the podium for his Rising Stars media availability! https://t.co/uEByhINarv

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  • 4 hours ago

    Mavs Moneyball: Locked On Mavericks Podcast: Luka Doncic could be an All-Star after all (All-Star Weekend Predictions)

    NBA

    On today's episode, Nick Angstadt and Isaac Harris discuss Luka's chance to make the All-Star team, hear from Dirk about the upcoming weekend, and make their All-Star Weekend predictions.

    Nick Angstadt (Mavs Moneyball) and Isaac Harris (Mavs.com) bring you the Locked On Mavericks Podcast, part of the Locked On Podcast Network.

    On the only daily Mavericks Podcast, Nick and Isaac will be discussing the latest Mavericks news and rumors.

  • 4 hours ago
  • Lots of media present for @luka7doncics Rising Stars availability! #NBAAllStar https://t.co/oylXlkGf3j

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  • Today at 1:19am

    Mavs Moneyball: 3 things to watch in the Rising Stars Challenge

    NBA

    Can I tell you how much I love All Star weekend? Maybe not the game itself on Sunday, which can range from terrible to passable, but the entire weekend is one of my favorites all year.

    Friday night with the up-and-comers, Saturday with the overly long broadcast showcasing skills, shooting, and dunks, then the fanfare of Sunday? As a whole package, it's a whole lot of fun. I plan on recording a lot of it and showing the best parts to my toddler son.

    Since 1994 the game was known as the Rookie Challenge, where first and second year players battled.

  • Yesterday at 11:01pm

    Dallas Morning News: His season has been anything but special. That doesn't make Dirk's final All-Star weekend any less special for him -- or us.

    NBA

    What Ivan Rodriguez represented for one decade here, Dirk Nowitzki is winding up two. That's what makes him unique among all the great players who have shined in this area for the last half century, and that's what makes one final All-Star weekend for Nowitzki so special for us along with him.

    Pudge caught in 10 straight All-Star Games as a Ranger, and it was a remarkable run, but he had to go elsewhere to win a World Series ring. Bob Lilly and Jason Witten can arm-wrestle over the "Mr. Cowboy'' label with each having played in 11 Pro Bowls, but that game has never produced the fireworks that come with the NBA's showcase game.

  • Yesterday at 8:24pm

    Dallas Morning News: Inside Luka Doncic's 'stratospheric' marketing potential: Instant hit, selective partners and the mother lode that awaits

    NBA

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Luka Doncic's first NBA All-Star weekend begins with Friday night's MTN DEW ICE Rising Stars game, but as the basketball world has witnessed, he's already risen.

    He arrived Thursday in the Queen City as the undisputed majesty of his draft class, with one wagering site announcing it will go ahead and pay Doncic Rookie of the Year bettors now, four months before he officially wins the award.

    Entering his first of presumably many All-Star weekends, Doncic is a captivating, 4K-vivid advertisement for the Mavericks, the city of Dallas and himself, which auspiciously for each is not mutually exclusive.

  • Yesterday at 6:14pm

    Fansided: Dallas Mavericks need to pursue Kemba Walker this summer

    The Dallas Mavericks are searching for that third piece to pair with Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis to vault into title contention.

    Kemba Walker is in a unique position this offseason. While in a small market in Charlotte, he has still cemented himself as one of the league's best scorers and an extremely coveted free agent this summer.

    Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and Klay Thompson are the free agents that everyone will be gushing over come July 1st, but Walker should not be seen as a tier two player.

  • Yesterday at 4:36pm
  • watch the throne @luka7doncic | #NBAAllStar https://t.co/9HwHXwNxht

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  • Yesterday at 4:32pm
  • 1 & 3 just passing through! #NBAAllStar https://t.co/h9FdY8KVTW

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  • Yesterday at 4:22pm

    Mavs Moneyball: 4 things as Dallas burned at home, lose 112-101

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    The Dallas Mavericks finished out their last game before the All-Star Break in pretty forgettable fashion, losing Wednesday night 112-101 at home to the Miami Heat.

    DIRK VS WADE ONE LAST TIME

    In what we assume will be the final matchup between Dirk Nowitzki and Dwyane Wade, it was the 37-year-old Wade who had the last laugh, going for 22 points and leading a second half turnaround that saw Miami re-take the lead and build a comfortable margin. Dirk hit some shots but was just 2-10 from three and finished with 12 points.

  • Yesterday at 4:16pm
  • @luka7doncic #NBAAllStar https://t.co/vGPn3NRy8R

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  • Yesterday at 2:19pm

    Mavs Moneyball: Dwyane Wade's time as the villain is ending

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    DALLAS -- With 5:52 remaining in the first quarter, a familiar face rose up from the opposing bench, took off his Black History Month warmup t-shirt, and walked to the scorer's table. Taking notice, the crowd made a mixed reaction. It soon grew to cheers as another rose, this time from the Mavericks' bench. The two met in the middle. Forty seconds later, during a dead ball, Dwyane Wade and Dirk Nowitzki walked onto the court together.

    In any other season, this event would mark another chapter in the long history the two future Hall-of-Famers share.