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Dallas Mavericks

  • Founded: 1980
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  • History: Dallas Mavericks (1980-today)
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  • Team Colors: Blue, Silver, Black
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  • Arena: American Airlines Arena, Dallas, Texas
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  • Championships: 1
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  • Head Coach: Rick Carlisle
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  • Arrivals: Kristaps Porzingis, Tim Hardaway Jr., Trey Burke, Courtney Lee, Devin Harris
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  • Departures: Dennis Smith Jr., DeAndre Jordan, Wesley Matthews, Nerlens Noel, Yogi Ferrell, Seth Curry, Doug McDermott
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  • Rookies: Luca Dončić, Jalen Brunson, Ray Spalding, Kostas Antetokounmpo
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  • Key Players: Luca Dončić, Tim Hardaway Jr., Dirk Nowitzki, Kristaps Porzingis
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  • Franchise GOAT: Dirk Nowitzki


Position Name Number Height Weight Date of Birth School
Guard Barea, J. J. 5 1,83 m 84 kg 29.06.1984 Northeastern
Guard Brunson, Jalen 13 1,91 m 86 kg 31.08.1996 Villanova
Guard Burke, Trey 23 1,85 m 79 kg 12.11.1992 Michigan
Guard Doncic, Luka 77 1,98 m 99 kg 28.02.1999 Slovenia
Guard Harris, Devin 34 1,91 m 84 kg 27.02.1983 Wisconsin
Guard Macon, Daryl 3 1,91 m 84 kg 29.11.1995 Arkansas
Guard Lee, Courtney 1 1,96 m 98 kg 03.10.1985 Western Kentucky
Guard/Forward Broekhoff, Ryan 9 2,01 m 98 kg 23.08.1990 Valparaiso
Guard Hardaway Jr., Tim 11 1,98 m 93 kg 16.03.1992 Michigan
Forward Porzingis, Kristaps 6 2,21 m 109 kg 02.08.1995 Latvia
Forward Finney-Smith, Dorian 10 2,03 m 100 kg 04.05.1993 Florida
Forward Jackson, Justin 25 2,03 m 95 kg 28.03.1995 North Carolina
Forward Kleber, Maxi 42 2,11 m 100 kg 29.01.1992 Germany
Forward/Center Nowitzki, Dirk 41 2,13 m 111 kg 19.06.1978 Germany
Forward/Center Randolph, Zach 50 2,06 m 113 kg 16.07.1981 Michigan State
Forward/Center Powell, Dwight 7 2,11 m 109 kg 20.07.1991 Stanford
Center Mejri, Salah 50 2,18 m 107 kg 15.06.1986 Tunisia

Fluid Transition

Dirk Nowitzki's basketball powers are dwindling. That's neither a secret nor a surprise. The 40-year-old, along with Vince Carter and Jason Terry, is actually the last active player drafted in the 90s and is probably facing his final NBA season.

Where melancholy, perhaps even grief, should be spreading, the Mavericks exude confidence and enthusiasm. Rookie sensation and boy wonder Luka Dončić is surpassing even the loftiest expectations. The playoffs are in the crosshairs and Dončić, already one of the best young players in the league, will set the pace.

Nowitzki, who is still good enough for a few threes and one-legged-fadeaways, will gladly accept the new division of forces under Dončić. "He is already better than I was at 19," says Dirk. Great praise from a great player who knows when it's time to make way for the future. Respect.

The Boy Wonder


Finding a suitable successor to Dirk Nowitzki is almost impossible. To do it before Nowitzki hangs up his sneakers and have a fluid transition with no downtime is a miracle. Luka Dončić seems to be this miracle.

Dončić in his rookie season is already the best player on the team. The reigning EuroLeague Champion, MVP and EL Final Four MVP embodies everything modern basketball stands for. His versatility allows him to play any position from 1 to 3, both offensive and defensive. He is fast, his basketball IQ is off the charts and he excels as a playmaker and experienced team leader.

You may ask how can a 19-year-old already be that "experienced"? The answer is simple: Before he was drafted last summer, Dončić played for four years at Real Madrid in the second-best basketball league in the world. Three times he became Spanish champion with the Madrilenes. On top of that, he led the Slovenian national team to the European title last year impressing some hard nosed NBA veterans in the process. Luka Dončić is not your average rookie who is still green behind the ears.


Dirk Nowitzki


Luka Dončić


Dorian Finney-Smith


Tim Hardaway Jr.


Jalen Brunson


Maxi Kleber


In a completely surprising move at the end of January the Mavericks got one of the best young stars in the NBA. Kristaps Porzingis who fans just call the "unicorn" because of his unique skillset was swapped for Dennis Smith Jr., DeAndre Jordan and Wesley Matthews. In the same trade Tim Hardaway Jr., Trey Burke and Courtney Lee left New York for Texas.

It is difficult to predict how this season will end for the Mavs because they have lost an important player in DeAndre Jordan who anchored their defense. Of course Porzingis is the better player who in contrast to Jordan can take a game over offensively, but it's unlikely Kristaps will take the court this season at all.

But even without Porzingis the Mavs are one of the most entertaining teams in the league just because they have Dončić. But the rookie needs help if Dallas wants to not only make the playoffs but make some noise doing it. Hardaway Jr. is a solid starter but not a star. Harrison Barnes was traded mid-game to the Kings in February. And Dirk is – sorry to say – basically already retired.

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