Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 108.9 21st
Rebounds Per Game 45.3 16th
Assists Per Game 23.4 22nd
Points Allowed 110.1 18th
2019-20 Southwest Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Houston 53 29 .646 L1
San Antonio 48 34 .585 W3
Memphis 33 49 .402 W1
New Orleans 33 49 .402 L1
Dallas 33 49 .402 L1

Dallas Mavericks News

  • Dallas Morning News: Mavs player profile: Can the sharp-shooting Ryan Broekhoff earn a bigger role in the rotation?

    Position: Shooting guard
    Age: 29Size: 6-7, 215 pounds
    Experience: 2nd season

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    Contract: In the final season of his contract that pays $1.

  • Fansided: Dallas Mavericks: Boban Marjanovic fails to play in Serbia's win over Italy

    The Dallas Mavericks cornered the market on 7'3 NBA players in the last year. They traded for Kristaps Porzingis in January. This summer the front office signed Boban Marjanovic to a two-year deal. Both men are listed at 7'3.

    Marjanovic is currently representing his country of Serbia as they prepare for the 2019 FIBA World Cup. Here is the latest on their current competition.

    AusTiger Cup

    Serbia is currently in China playing in the AusTiger Cup. They are joined by France, Italy, and New Zealand. It is a round-robin tournament that takes place from Aug.

    The Dallas Mavericks cornered the market on 7'3 NBA players in the last year. They traded for Kristaps Porzingis in January. This summer the front office signed Boban Marjanovic to a two-year deal. Both men are listed at 7'3.

    Marjanovic is currently representing his country of Serbia as they prepare for the 2019 FIBA World Cup. Here is the latest on their current competition.

    AusTiger Cup

    Serbia is currently in China playing in the AusTiger Cup. They are joined by France, Italy, and New Zealand. It is a round-robin tournament that takes place from Aug.

  • Fansided: Dallas Mavericks: Maxi Kleber drops 15 as Germany defeats Tunisia

    The Dallas Mavericks made a significant commitment to Maxi Kleber this summer. The 27-year-old entered restricted free agency, and the Mavs rewarded him with a four-year $35.9 million contract. Kleber is heading into his third NBA season. He continues to improve his game every year.

    Maxi Kleber is currently playing for his native Germany as they prepare for the 2019 FIBA World Cup. They have two games in Japan as a tune-up this weekend. The first took place on Friday. Here is the latest.

    Germany defeats Tunisia

    The German National Team got out to a slow start but defeated Tunisia 89-70 on Aug.

    The Dallas Mavericks made a significant commitment to Maxi Kleber this summer. The 27-year-old entered restricted free agency, and the Mavs rewarded him with a four-year $35.9 million contract. Kleber is heading into his third NBA season. He continues to improve his game every year.

    Maxi Kleber is currently playing for his native Germany as they prepare for the 2019 FIBA World Cup. They have two games in Japan as a tune-up this weekend. The first took place on Friday. Here is the latest.

    Germany defeats Tunisia

    The German National Team got out to a slow start but defeated Tunisia 89-70 on Aug.

  • @dallasmavs • 11h

    Fansided: Dallas Mavericks: Seth Curry is an underrated pick and roll ball handler

    The Dallas Mavericks brought back Seth Curry this offseason. Curry had his breakout year with the Mavs. That was in the 2016-2017 season. Curry did not play the following year after suffering a stress fracture in his leg.

    He signed a one-year contract worth $2.75 million with the Portland Trail Blazers last offseason. Curry proved he was healthy but did not play a ton of minutes. He averaged 7.9 points and 1.5 3-pointers made in just 18.9 minutes per game. Curry hit a whopping 45.0 percent on his 251 threes attempted.

    He got a bit more run in playoffs averaging 20.

    The Dallas Mavericks brought back Seth Curry this offseason. Curry had his breakout year with the Mavs. That was in the 2016-2017 season. Curry did not play the following year after suffering a stress fracture in his leg.

    He signed a one-year contract worth $2.75 million with the Portland Trail Blazers last offseason. Curry proved he was healthy but did not play a ton of minutes. He averaged 7.9 points and 1.5 3-pointers made in just 18.9 minutes per game. Curry hit a whopping 45.0 percent on his 251 threes attempted.

    He got a bit more run in playoffs averaging 20.

  • @dallasmavs • 13h

    Mavs Moneyball: Kirk Your Enthusiasm, Episode 3: Seth Partnow of The Athletic

    It's the third episode of Kirk Your Enthusiasm, this time with Seth Partnow (@Seth Partnow) of The Athletic. If the pod isn't regularly populating your mobile device, go to one of the links below and subscribe! Also rate and review if you have a chance!

    If you don't know Seth, he's a former lawyer, turned founder of Nylon Calculus (one of the earliest data nerd basketball sites on the internet), turned NBA front office employee off the Milwaukee Bucks where he headed up their data team. I recommend checking out the episode of the Game Theory Podcast with Sam Vecenie, where Seth walks through his professional journey and why he came back to the media.

    It's the third episode of Kirk Your Enthusiasm, this time with Seth Partnow (@Seth Partnow) of The Athletic. If the pod isn't regularly populating your mobile device, go to one of the links below and subscribe! Also rate and review if you have a chance!

    If you don't know Seth, he's a former lawyer, turned founder of Nylon Calculus (one of the earliest data nerd basketball sites on the internet), turned NBA front office employee off the Milwaukee Bucks where he headed up their data team. I recommend checking out the episode of the Game Theory Podcast with Sam Vecenie, where Seth walks through his professional journey and why he came back to the media.

  • @dallasmavs • 16h

    Mavs Moneyball: In latest NBA mock drafts, experts agree the Mavericks will select a point guard

    In only eight days, the Dallas Mavericks will be making a very important pick in the NBA Draft. Having the ninth overall pick in a talent-laden draft, the Mavs seem to be in position to get a high quality player, no matter who is available by then. About 3 weeks ago, there were a couple of experts (Draft Express and USA Today) picking Lauri Markkanen to land with Dallas. The rest of the field, for the most part, had the Mavs selecting either Dennis Smith or Frank Ntilikina. With about a week to go, and most of the scouting and workouts completed, has anything changed?

    In only eight days, the Dallas Mavericks will be making a very important pick in the NBA Draft. Having the ninth overall pick in a talent-laden draft, the Mavs seem to be in position to get a high quality player, no matter who is available by then. About 3 weeks ago, there were a couple of experts (Draft Express and USA Today) picking Lauri Markkanen to land with Dallas. The rest of the field, for the most part, had the Mavs selecting either Dennis Smith or Frank Ntilikina. With about a week to go, and most of the scouting and workouts completed, has anything changed?

  • Fansided: Dallas Mavericks: The Mavs strength is more than just the stars

    The NBA season is still too far away and those who want to talk about the league are trying to do so by saying outlandish things or trying to re-write history. The Dallas Mavericks are getting writers from both ends of the spectrum talking about anything from them being a top tier team to a bottom-dwelling, top 5 pick. Neither of these are likely going to be true.

    In reality, the Mavs have put together a team that looks like they can be pretty good. They have paired Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis together to make a great star pairing that can rival the best in the league.

    The NBA season is still too far away and those who want to talk about the league are trying to do so by saying outlandish things or trying to re-write history. The Dallas Mavericks are getting writers from both ends of the spectrum talking about anything from them being a top tier team to a bottom-dwelling, top 5 pick. Neither of these are likely going to be true.

    In reality, the Mavs have put together a team that looks like they can be pretty good. They have paired Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis together to make a great star pairing that can rival the best in the league.

  • Dallas Morning News: Mavs player profile: Can Seth Curry give a repeat performance of his 2016-17 season in Dallas?

    Position: Guard
    Age: 28
    Size: 6-2, 185 pounds
    Experience: 6th season

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    Contract: In the first season of his four-year, $32 million contract that pays $7.

  • Fansided: Dallas Mavericks: How the Mavs compare to the other West playoff bubble teams

    Dallas Mavericks fans are bubbling with a level of excitement and optimism that has not been present for many years.

    Even before the Mavs started missing out on their annual postseason appearance fans grew so accustomed to over the years, it seemed clear the team was winding down as Dirk Nowitzki's abilities did. The Mavericks are now bursting with potential.

    They're revving up. The team is full of young talent under team control for years to come. Dallas has potential and the hope that comes with it. Mavs fans are optimistic once again.

    The Mavericks are only at the beginning of their journey back to league prominence.

    Dallas Mavericks fans are bubbling with a level of excitement and optimism that has not been present for many years.

    Even before the Mavs started missing out on their annual postseason appearance fans grew so accustomed to over the years, it seemed clear the team was winding down as Dirk Nowitzki's abilities did. The Mavericks are now bursting with potential.

    They're revving up. The team is full of young talent under team control for years to come. Dallas has potential and the hope that comes with it. Mavs fans are optimistic once again.

    The Mavericks are only at the beginning of their journey back to league prominence.

  • Fansided: Dallas Mavericks: An Isaiah Roby block that fans have to see

    The Dallas Mavericks had one draft pick in 2019 after trading their first round choice to the Hawks to acquire Luka Doncic. They did a bit more dealing but ended up with Isaiah Roby. He was selected 45th overall out of Nebraska.

    The 21-year-old will be part of the Mavericks 15-man roster this season. Roby is a combo forward. He will likely struggle to see minutes in Dallas. The Mavs can send him to the G-League where he should stand out on the Texas Legends.

    Mavericks fans got their first glimpse of Roby in their uniform during the Las Vegas Summer League.

    The Dallas Mavericks had one draft pick in 2019 after trading their first round choice to the Hawks to acquire Luka Doncic. They did a bit more dealing but ended up with Isaiah Roby. He was selected 45th overall out of Nebraska.

    The 21-year-old will be part of the Mavericks 15-man roster this season. Roby is a combo forward. He will likely struggle to see minutes in Dallas. The Mavs can send him to the G-League where he should stand out on the Texas Legends.

    Mavericks fans got their first glimpse of Roby in their uniform during the Las Vegas Summer League.

  • Fansided: Dallas Mavericks: 5 things to look forward to this season

    The Dallas Mavericks have more positive than negative to grasp onto entering this season for the first time in a while. Hopefully, that makes the retirement of Dirk Nowitzki even the tiniest bit easier to swallow.

    It is the slow time of year right now for basketball fans everywhere. Unfortunately, the offseason lull that manages to insert itself right in-between the wonder that is free agency and the much-anticipated season opener is here.

    This is the time of year where Twitter debates become more ludicrous, yet futile. It seems inevitable that fans, writers, players, coaches and everyone in-between will say just about anything to spark a spirited debate about the teams or players that they willingly go to battle for in the deep abyss of NBA Twitter, blogs, and podcasts.

    The Dallas Mavericks have more positive than negative to grasp onto entering this season for the first time in a while. Hopefully, that makes the retirement of Dirk Nowitzki even the tiniest bit easier to swallow.

    It is the slow time of year right now for basketball fans everywhere. Unfortunately, the offseason lull that manages to insert itself right in-between the wonder that is free agency and the much-anticipated season opener is here.

    This is the time of year where Twitter debates become more ludicrous, yet futile. It seems inevitable that fans, writers, players, coaches and everyone in-between will say just about anything to spark a spirited debate about the teams or players that they willingly go to battle for in the deep abyss of NBA Twitter, blogs, and podcasts.

  • Dallas Morning News: Mavs player profile: How will second-rounder Isaiah Roby follow the precedent set by Jalen Brunson?

    Position: Forward
    Age: 21
    Size: 6-8, 230
    Experience: Rookie

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    Contract: Mavericks signed the 2019 second-round pick (No. 45 overall) to a historic four-year, $6.

  • Fansided: Dallas Mavericks: Justin Jackson and J.J. Barea kick off the school year

    The Dallas Mavericks are focused on being a successful basketball franchise. They want to make the postseason and contend for a title. The Mavs also take pride in doing work in their community.

    Justin Jackson and J.J. Barea took the initiative on Monday as they helped kick off the year for students from Dade Middle School in Dallas. Below is a video of both men speaking to the children.

    .@JJacks_44 & @jjbareapr welcome the students of Dade MS back to school! pic.twitter.com/EPDMxX6nRz

    -- Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) August 19, 2019

    It was not just the players, though.

    The Dallas Mavericks are focused on being a successful basketball franchise. They want to make the postseason and contend for a title. The Mavs also take pride in doing work in their community.

    Justin Jackson and J.J. Barea took the initiative on Monday as they helped kick off the year for students from Dade Middle School in Dallas. Below is a video of both men speaking to the children.

    .@JJacks_44 & @jjbareapr welcome the students of Dade MS back to school! pic.twitter.com/EPDMxX6nRz

    -- Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) August 19, 2019

    It was not just the players, though.

  • Dallas Morning News: Mavs player profile: Can Dorian Finney-Smith work his way into Dallas' starting lineup?

    Position: Small forward
    Age: 26
    Size: 6-8, 220 pounds
    Experience: 4th season

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    Contract: In the first season of his three-year, $12 million contract that pays $4 million for 2019-2020

    2018-19 recap: Finney-Smith's third season in Dallas was his statistical best.

  • Fansided: Dallas Mavericks: Dorian Finney-Smith carrying on part of Dirk Nowitzki's legacy

    For the last 20 years of Dallas Mavericks basketball, it has become the norm that Dirk Nowitzki was not just the best person on the court, but the best person off it, too. We saw time and time again that Dirk spent a lot of his time working with charities, children's hospitals and the community of Dallas in general to better the world around him.

    Although Dirk is the gold standard in that area (and in the basketball area), the Mavs have had some players who have been very willing and ready to get involved in the community.

    For the last 20 years of Dallas Mavericks basketball, it has become the norm that Dirk Nowitzki was not just the best person on the court, but the best person off it, too. We saw time and time again that Dirk spent a lot of his time working with charities, children's hospitals and the community of Dallas in general to better the world around him.

    Although Dirk is the gold standard in that area (and in the basketball area), the Mavs have had some players who have been very willing and ready to get involved in the community.

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