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4 Quincy Acy F 6-7 240
5 Jose Barea G 6-0 185
40 Harrison Barnes F 6-8 225
9 Nicolas Brussino F/G 6-7 195
30 Seth Curry G 6-2 185
11 Yogi Ferrell G 6-0 180
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
3 Nerlens Noel C 6'11 220
41 Dirk Nowitzki F 7-0 245
7 Dwight Powell F/C 6-11 240
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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.
  • Re-live the entire 2015-2016 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

  • 1988 Sent the 1988 first round draft pick (#20) to Miami in exchange for Miami agreeing to select the rights to Arvid Kramer in the expansion draft, bypassing Steve Alford, Uwe Blab, and Bill Wennington, who were available for the expansion teams to select in the expansion draft. Dallas obtained the rights to Kramer in the 1980 expansion draft.
  • 2008 Team USA named Jason Kidd to the 2008 team that will compete in the Beijing Summer Olympics. Dallas trainer Casey Smith was also named one of two trainers for the team.
  • 2011 In the NBA draft, Dallas selected Jordan Hamilton, in the first round, and Tnaguy Ngombo in the second round.
  • 2011 Later that evening, the Mavs were part of a three-team trade with Portland and Denver. Dallas role in the deal included Denver receiveing that night's first round selection, Jordan Hamilton, while Portland received that right's second round pick Tnaguy Ngombo. The Mavericks, in turn, received guard Rudy Fernandez and the rights to Finnish guard Petteri Koponen.
  • 2016 With no pick in the first round of the 2016 NBA Draft, the Mavericks selected 7'0 center A.J. Hammons in the second round. Hammons, from Purdue, was the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year in his senior season.

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