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Current Roster
3 Rodrigue Beaubois G 6-2 182
42 Elton Brand F 6-9 255
25 Vince Carter G 6-6 220
4 Darren Collison G 6-0 160
9 Jae Crowder F 6-6 235
1 Jared Cunningham G 6-4 194
52 Eddy Curry C 7-0 295
5 Bernard James G 6-10 240
30 Dahntay Jones G 6-6 225
21 Dominique Jones G 6-5 215
35 Chris Kaman C 7-0 265
0 Shawn Marion F 6-7 215
32 O.J. Mayo G 6-4 210
41 Dirk Nowitzki F 7-0 245
13 Delonte West G 6-3 180
34 Brandan Wright F 6-10 210
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UPCOMING MAVS EVENTS
11/3 - Opening night vs. the Charlotte Bobcats 7:30
11/5 - Portland Trail Blazers 7:30
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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

  • 1980 Norm Sonju sent in a letter of acceptance to the NBA for the expansion franchise.
  • 1981 Brad Davis had 16 assists, thefir1st time a Mavs player had 15+ assists and the first ofsix6 times Davis had 15+ assists with Dallas.
  • 1985 Utah had 16 blocks, tying the opponent record for most blocks.
  • 1985 Mark Eaton (Uta) had 12 blocks, tying the opponent record for most blocks.
  • 1986 Byron Scott (LAL) made all 10 shots he attempted, setting the opponent record for most field goals made without a miss.
  • 1999 The NBA fined Loren Meyer (Den) $5,000 and suspended him for one game for his flagrant foul on Cedric Ceballos during the 2/25/99 Dallas-Denver game. Ceballos fractured both wrists as a result of the flagrant and missed the rest of the season due to the injuries.
  • 1999 Activated Erick Strickland and placed Cedric Ceballos on IR with fractured left and right wrists. Strickland had missed eight days (five games) with a strained right groin. Ceballos missed the rest of the season due to his injuries.
  • 1999 Shot 20-68 FG, set the team record for fewest field goals made.
  • 2003 The NBA suspended Eduardo Najera for one game for contact with a ref during the 2/25/03 Orlando game.
  • 2006 Recalled Rawle Marshall from the NBADL and assigned Josh Powell to the NBADL. Marshall was activated and Powell was placed on IL. Marshall had been on IL (no injury) 65 days (29 game). Powell was activated eight days (four games) later.
  • 2007 Activated Pops Mensah-Bonsu and placed Greg Buckner on IL with a bruised left knee. Mensah-Bonsu was on IL for 17 days (six games) (no injury). Buckner was activated one day one1 game) later.
  • 2016 Head Coach Rick Carlisle notched his 650th career win in the Mavs' 112-106 overtime victory over the Denver Nuggets. With the win, he became the 21st coach in NBA history to win 650 games.

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