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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
XX Derek Fisher G 6-1 210
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
34 Brandan Wright F 6-10 210
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  • Re-live the entire 2013-2014 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 Signed rookie Sam Perkins to a five-year contract.
  • 2001 Played first pre-season season game in the American Airlines Center.
  • 2004 The NBA fined Mark Cuban $100,000 for his comments criticizing the rules limiting the training camp practices to just one scrimmage per day, maximum of three hours per day, and two-a-days to just 5 days.
  • 2004 In the annual Blue-White scrimmage (held at TCU), the game ended in a tie at 57-57. In an attempt to break the tie, 2 fans were selected from the crowd (each fan representing a different team) to shot 2 free throws, but both hit 1-2 FT. 4 more fans were selected to shot 1 free throw, but all 4 missed and "play" was stopped. Playing for the White team (loaded with the better players) was Calvin Booth, Erick Dampier, Marquis Daniels (DNP, sprained ankle), Michael Finley, Avery Johnson, Dirk Nowitzki (with 30 points including 12-18 FG), Jason Terry (with 7 assists), and Jerry Stackhouse (with 5 rebounds) and was coached by assistant Charlie Parker. The Blue Team consisted of Shawn Bradley, Dan Dickau, Devin Harris (with 10 points and 5 assists), Alan Henderson (with 16 points and 8 rebounds), Derek Hood, Josh Howard (with 19 points), and DJ Mbenga and was coached by assistant Larry Riley. The game swung back and forth with 1 point lead in the final minutes. Henderson got the ball in the paint and passed out to an open Harris in the right corner and he nailed the long jumper to give the Blue team a 55-54 lead with 30 seconds left. Stackhouse put up a short jumper that missed. Bradley hit 2 free throws with 9 seconds left. Nowitzki swished a 3-pointer to tie the game with 4.6 seconds left. The Blue team missed their last shot.

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