- 1983 Rolando Blackman suffered a sprained ankle during the Denver game and would miss the next three games due to the injury.
- 1983 Defeated Denver 149-139. 149 points set the team record for most points in a game (since surpassed in a two-overtime game). Shot 65-102 FG, setting the team record for most field goals made. Set the team record with 45 assists.
- 1983 Mark Aguirre had a triple-double with 30 points, 11 rebounds, and 16 assists. It was the first time a Mavs player had a triple-double and the first of two times Aguirre had a triple-double with Dallas. It was also the fourth time a Mavs player had 15+ assists and the first of two times Aguirre had 15+ assists with Dallas.
- 1987 James Donaldson had 21 rebounds, the eighth time a Mavs player had 20+ rebounds and the sixth of 13 times Donaldson had 20+ rebounds with Dallas.
- 2000 The paperwork was finalized regarding Mark Cuban's purchase of the Mavericks.
- 2000 Dirk Nowitzki was selected to participate in the NBA 3-point shootout for All-Star weekend.
- 2004 Antoine Walker had a triple-double with 11 points, 17 rebounds, and 13 assists. It was the 27th time a Mavs player had a triple-double and the second of two times Walker had a triple-double with Dallas. He also had a triple-double in the previous game - the third time a Mavs player had back-to-back triple-doubles.
- 2005 Activated DJ Mbenga and placed Marquis Daniels on IR with a sore left ankle. Mbenga had missed 37 days (13 games) with a strained right hamstring. Daniels was activated 19 days (nine games) later.
- 2008 Activated Josh Howard and placed Jerry Stackhouse on IL with a strained right hamstring. Howard had been on IL for two days (one game) for personal reasons. Stackhouse would be activated five days one1 game) later.
- 2012 Jason Kidd returned to the Mavs' lineup after missing four games due to a lower back injury.
- 2012 Dallas held the Sacramento Kings to only 60 points in a 99-60 win. In the game the Kings set a Dallas opponents low for points, field goals and field goal percentage.
Special thanks to Patricia Bender and her Mavericks website (www.eskimo.com/~pbender/mavs.html) for assistance with this section.