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Current Roster
4 Quincy Acy F 6-7 240
1 Justin Anderson F 6-6 228
5 Jose Barea G 6-0 185
40 Harrison Barnes F 6-8 225
6 Andrew Bogut C 7-0 260
9 Nicolas Brussino F/G 6-7 195
30 Seth Curry G 6-2 185
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
41 Dirk Nowitzki F 7-0 245
7 Dwight Powell F/C 6-11 240
8 Deron Williams G 6-3 200
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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

  • 1981 Moses Malone (Hou) had a 20-20 with 30 points and 22 rebounds. It was the second time a Mavs opponent had a 20-20 and the second of five times Malone had a 20-20 against Dallas. It was the second time a Mavs opponent had 20+ rebounds and the second of six times Malone had 20+ rebounds against Dallas.
  • 1981 A courtside fan made racial slurs at Calvin Murphy (Hou) during the game against the Rockets. After the game while Murphy was politely talking to the courtside fan, another fan in the stands made racial slurs at Murphy and Murphy went into the stands to go after the offending fan, but was restrained by Houston assistant coach Del Harris before Murphy could reach the fan in question.
  • 1983 Shot 67.7% (44-65) FG in defeating San Diego 118-113, setting the team record for highest field goal percentage.
  • 1984 Mark Aguirre had 46 points, the 13th time a Mavs player had 40+ points and the 10th of 22 times Aguirre had 40+ points with Dallas.
  • 1984 Mark Aguirre made 21 field goals (21-33) for the game, setting the team record for field goals made. He also had 24 points in the first quarter which set a team record for points in a quarter and his 32 in the first half set the team record for points in a half.
  • 1987 Mark Aguirre had 43 points, the 29th time a Mavs player had 40+ points and the 21st of 22 times Aguirre had 40+ points with Dallas.
  • 2001 Activated Obinna Ekezie and placed Donnell Harvey on IR with tendinitis in his right elbow. Ekezie had missed 25 days (11 games) with a sprained left ankle. Harvey was activated 13 days (seven games) later.
  • 2003 Rodney White (Den) had a triple-double with 17 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists. It was the 42nd time a Mavs opponent had a triple-double.
  • 2004 Refs Ron Garretson, Ron Olesiak, and Bennie Adams called a team record eight technical fouls on Dallas - Scott Williams (two), Shawn Bradley (one), Del Harris (one), Dirk Nowitzki (one), defensive three seconds(three).
  • 2011 With Dallas' 104-96 victory over Minnesota, the Mavs recorded their 50th win of the season becoming only the third franchise in NBA history (since the NBA went to an 82-game schedule in 1967) to record 11 straight 50-win season. Only San Antonio (12 seasons, 1999-present) and the L.A. Lakers (12 seasons, 1979-1991) have gone more consecutive seasons with 50-plus wins.
  • 2012 Hitting a free throw with 18.5 seconds left in overtime, Dirk Nowitzki passed Charles Barkley for 19th position on the NBA's All-Time Scoring list.
  • 2015 Dirk Nowitzki pulled down his 10,000th career rebound at the 8.37 mark of the fourth quarter in a 101-94 win over San Antonio. He became the 37th player in NBA history with at least 10,000 boards. He also became one of seven players in NBA history with at least 27,000 points and 10,000 rebounds joining Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Karl Malone, Wilt Chamberlain, Shaquille O'Neal, Moses Malone and Elvin Hayes).

Special thanks to Patricia Bender and her Mavericks website ( for assistance with this section.