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This page is maintained by me (Patricia Bender,
contains a large variety of stuff that I wrote and compiled. It also has
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- Mavs News - game reports and misc information
that I compiled [latest: 5/6/12]
- Misc News: [Check the Mavs News section for more details and older stuff.]
- 11/28 Dallas defeated Denver 92-81 in Dallas. Denver scored the
first 7 points of the game and held a single-digit lead the rest of the
quarter. Dallas scored the last 4 points of the quarter. Denver led
25-22 after 1. 5 straight points gave Dallas their first lead of the game
at 40-39 with 3:45 left, but Denver then went on a 7-2 mini-run. Denver
led 52-48 at the half. The 3rd quarter was just misery for Denver as they
missed their first 15 shots of the quarter and Dallas scored 16 straight
points to go up 64-52 with 4:50 left. Dallas scored the last 5 points of
the quarter to take a 73-57 lead after 3. Dallas out-scored Denver 25-5
in the 3rd quarter as Denver shot just 2-19 FG. 5 points set the Dallas
opponent record low for points in a quarter. A 3-pointer by Dirk
Nowitzki gave Dallas their largest lead at 77-57 with 11:10 reaming.
Denver was able to cut Dallas' lead down to 72-83 with 7:20 left, but
Dallas then scored the next 8 points. Deron Williams had 22 points
including 4-8 3-pointers, Zaza Pachulia had 16 points and 12 rebounds, and
Nowitzki had 13 points and 7 rebounds. For Denver, Darrell Arthur had 16
points and 5 rebounds and Will Barton had 14 points including 4-8
3-pointers and 8 rebounds.
- 11/28 Dallas activated Devin Harris and placed J.J. Barea on IL.
Barea is expected to miss at least 3 games with a sprained right ankle.
- 11/25 San Antonio defeated Dallas 88-83 in San Antonio. San
Antonio jumped out to an early 14-6 lead and Dallas was again playing
catch-up the rest of the night. San Antonio led 22-10 with 2:25 left, but
Dallas closed the quarter with an 8-2 run, including a 3-pointer as the
quarter ended, and San Antonio led 24-18 after 1. A 3-pointer by Raymond
Felton pulled Dallas within 32-33 with 6:50 to go, but the Mavs could not
pull ahead. San Antonio then went on a 13-3 run to take an 11 point lead
with a minute remaining. Dallas scored the last 4 points of the quarter
and San Antonio led 46-39 at the half. Dallas shot just 14-43 FG and San
Antonio shot 18-44 FG in the half. San Antonio scored the first 5 points
of the 3rd quarter to take their largest lead at 51-39 with 10 minutes to
go. Dallas scored 9 straight points to pull within 1 point and managed to
tie the game twice as the quarter came to a close. But David West (SA) nailed
a 3-pointer as the quarter ended to give the Spurs a 63-60 lead after 3.
The game stayed close in the 4th quarter with San Antonio continuing to
hold a single-digit lead, but no larger than 6 points. A 3-pointer by
Devin Harris pulled Dallas within 83-84 with 34 seconds left, but Kawhi
Leonard (SA) answered with a 3-pointer with 15 seconds left and Matthews
missed a quick 3-pointer with 13 seconds left. Despite the tight game,
San Antonio led the entire game (but no larger than 12 points). Both
teams shot poorly with San Antonio shooting 40.7% (33-81) FG and Dallas
shooting 41% (34-83) FG. Both teams only had 3 players in double-digit
scoring. Dirk Nowitzki had 13 points and 14 reobunds, Matthews had 15
points, and Harris had 11 points. For San Antonio, Leonard had 26 points
including 4-7 3-pointers, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists; LaMarcus Aldridge had
18 points and 7 rebounds; and Tony Parker had 16 points including 7-11 FG,
8 rebounds, and 8 assists.
- 11/25 J.J. Barea left the San Antonio game in the 4th quarter with
a sprained right ankle and did not return.
- 11/25 Dallas activated Devin Harris and placed Chandler Parsons
(rest) on IL.
- 11/24 Memphis defeated Dallas 110-96 in Memphis. Memphis used an
11-2 run to take a 17-7 lead with 4 minutes left and it seemed like Dallas
was playing catch-up the rest of the game. Dallas did close the quarter
with a 6-1 mini-run and Memphis led 21-17 after 1. Memphis openned the
2nd quarter with a 12-2 run to go up 33-19 with 6:45 to go. Dallas did
use a 12-2 run to pull within 39-36 with 2:15 remaining, but Memphis
scored the last 7 points of the quarter to take a 46-36 lead at the half.
Both teams shot poorly in the half as Dallas shot 13-39 FG and Memphis
shot 17-46 FG. Memphis led in the teens most of the 3rd quarter until
they scored the last 6 points of the quarter to go up 82-60 after 3.
Memphis out-scored Dallas 36-24 in the 3rd. Dallas did not give up and
continued battling and used a 19-4 run to pull within 89-79 with 6 minutes
left. But Memphis was able to hang on to a double-digit lead and Dallas
would get no closer. Raymond Felton had 16 points (including 14 in the
4th quarter) including 4-4 3-pointers, J.J. Barea had 16 points, Dirk
Nowitzki had 14 points including 5-15 FG and 10 rebounds, and Zaza
Pachulia had 13 points on 2-6 FG and 9-10 FT and 10 rebounds. Devin
Harris had the night off for rest in the first night of a back-to-back.
For Memphis, Mike Conley had 21 points and 6 assists, Jeff Green had 19
points and 7 rebounds, and Marc Gasol had 15 points including 4-12 FG and
10 rebounds as Memphis had 7 players in dougle-digits scoring. Memphis
was playing without Zach Randolph (sore right knee) and Brandan Wright
(sore right knee).
- 11/24 Dallas activated John Jenkins and placed Devin Harris (rest)
- 11/22 Oklahoma City defeated Dallas 117-114 in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City scored the last 4 points of the 1st quarter to go up 31-25
after 1. A jumper by Cameron Payne gave Oklahoma City their largest lead
at 41-30 with 8:30 to go, but that would be the largest lead in the game.
Dallas scored 7 straight points to tie the game, but could not take the
lead. Oklahoma City closed the quarter with a 10-2 run to go up 60-52 at
the half. Dallas openned the 3rd quarter with a 17-5 run, capped by a
3-pointer by Wesley Matthews, to take a 69-65 lead with 8:20 remaining. 8
straight Mavs points gave Dallas their largest lead at 79-69 with 5:35
left. Oklahoma City closed the quarter with a 15-3 run to go up 87-85
after 3. The game stayed close in the 4th quarter with neither team
leading by more than 5 points. Consecutive jumpers by Dirk Nowitzki gave
Dallas a 108-104 lead with 3:40 to go, but Oklahoma City (led by Russell
Westbrook) rattled off the next 9 points to go up 113-108 with 2 minutes
to go. Matthews ended the run with a 3-pointer and Deron Williams stole
the ball and a layup by J.J. Barea with 1:15 remaining tied the game at
113-113. After a timeout, Westbrook nailed a jumper. Matthews missed and
Westbrook missed and Zaza Pachulia was fouled on the rebound. But he
missed the first free throw (and had missed 2 free throws with 3 minutes
left), but did hit the 2nd and Oklahoma City was up by 1 with 41 seconds
to go. And Westbrook nailed a jumper with 24 seconds remaining to give
the Thunder a 117-114 lead. Dallas went for 2, but missed and Steven
Adams was fouled on the rebound - but he missed both with 18 seconds left
to keep the door open. Dallas again went for 2, but Williams' shot was
blocked out of bounds. Dallas inbounded and tried to go for the
3-pointer, but did not get a good look as Matthews' turnaround 3-pointer
with 2 defenders on him was well off [Matthews was looking for a call, but
the refs weren't about to give one and I didn't think one was warranted].
Both teams shot over 50% FG. Williams had 20 points, 6 rebounds, and 6
assists; Pachulia had 12 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists, and 3 blocks; and
Matthews had 18 points including 4-10 3-pointers. For Oklahoma City,
Westbrook had 31 points, 5 rebounds, 11 assists, and 5 steals; Dion
Waiters had 14 points; and Serge Ibaka had 16 points and 9 rebounds. The
Thunder were playing without Kevin Durant.
- 11/22 Dallas activated John Jenkins and placed Salah Mejri on IL.
- 11/22 Dallas recalled Justin Anderson and Salah Mejri from the NBADL.
- 11/21 In the NBADL, Texas defeated Oklahoma City 102-86. Justin
Anderson had 27 points and 5 rebounds and Salah Mejri had 6 points on 3-4
FG, 12 rebounds, and 6 blocks.
- 11/20 Dallas defeated Utah 102-93 in Dallas. A 3-pointer at the
end of the quarter gave Utah a 26-21 lead after 1. Dallas used a 20-3 run
during the 2nd quarter gave Dallas a 46-35 lead with 2:30 remaining.
Dallas led 56-43 at the half. Dallas out-scored Utah 35-17 in the 2nd
quarter as Dallas shot 12-20 FG and Utah shot 7-23 FG. Dallas scored 11
straight points to take a 69-49 lead with 8 minutes to go. Dallas again
led by 20 at 76-56 with 6 minutes left, but Utah then went on a 15-2 run
to pull within 7 points. Dallas led 80-71 after 3. Utah continued to
hang around in the 4th quarter, but Dallas continued to hold the lead as
the Jazz could not get closer than 5 points. Deron Williams had 23 points
including 4-7 3-pointers, 6 rebounds, 8 assists, and 3 steals; Dirk
Nowitzki had 19 points and 3 blocks; and Zaza Pachulia had 15 points and
12 rebounds. For Utah, Gordon Hayward had 22 points and 7 rebounds and
Derrick Favors had 18 points on 9-14 FG and 7 rebounds.
- 11/20 Dallas activated Charlie Villanueva and placed John Jenkins
- 11/20 Dallas assigned Justin Anderson and Salah Mejri to the NBADL.
- 11/18 Dallas defeated Boston 106-102 in Boston. Dallas struggled
with their shot and Boston went on an 18-2 run to take a 31-13 lead with
2:30 left and led 31-16 after 1 as Dallas shot just 5-18 FG. Boston led
in double-digits the entire 2nd quarter until a Zaza Pachulia jumper and
3-pointer by Deron Williams pulled Dallas within 7 points with 35 seconds
left. Boston led 54-45 at the half. Dallas scored the first 6 points of
the 3rd quarter to pull within 1 point, but were unable to pull ahead. The
Mavs managed to pull within 1 point or tie the game a number of times in
the 3rd, but were unable to take the lead. Boston led 78-70 after 3.
Dallas scored 7 straight points to pull within 80-83 with 9:20 left, but
Boston continued to cling to the lead. Boston led 91-87 with 6:40
remaining and Dallas scored the next 9 points (taking their first lead of
the game) to go up 96-91 with 3:40 to go. 2 free throws gave Dallas a
102-95 lead with 30 seconds left, but Boston did not give up as Jae
Crowder (Bos) nailed a 3-pointers and Boston stole the ball with 22 seconds
left and Crowder was fouled and hit 2 free throws to pull the Celtics within
100-102. Williams hit 2 free throws a with 21 seconds left on the
clock and Isaiah Thomas (Bos) had a layup with 18 seconds left after
Boston used their last timeout. But Raymond Felton missed 2 free throws
with 15 seconds left, but Felton was able to knock the ball loose from
Thomas as he used a wide dribble with 10 seconds remaining and Williams
hit 2 free throws for the final points. After shooting just 5-18 FG in
the 1st quarter, Dallas shot 32-54 FG in the remaining 3 quarters. Dirk
Nowitzki had 23 points including 9-14 FG and 7 rebounds, Pachulia had 14
points including 5-7 FG and 12 rebounds, Wesley Matthews had 18 points
including 4-12 FG, and Williams had 16 points and 6 assists. For Boston,
Jared Sullinger had 18 points and 12 rebounds, Thomas had 19 points
including 1-8 3-pointers and 6 assists, and Avery Bradley had 18 points
and 6 rebounds.
- 11/18 Dallas activated John Jenkins and placed Charlie Villanueva
(birth of daughter) on IL.
- Older Misc News
- Stats, Stats, and More Stats
- Season stats
- Mavs Players
- Current Players
- career and college stats for the current Mavericks
- Former Players -
Maverick stats for former Mavericks
- List of Mavs players signed to 10-day
contracts and players on a regular season roster that did not play in
- Playoff stuff
- Regular season stuff
Other Mavs Web Pages
[Yeah, yeah, yeah, I've completely ignored checking the Other Mavs Web
Pages for updates/deletes/additions for a number of years. It is very low
on my to-do list and I don't know when I'll ever get around to changing
[please let me know of any other Mavs related pages that I should add]
Official Mavs page
or (same page)
The NBA's Official Dallas Mavericks page
Official Dallas Mavericks Merchandise
American Airlines Center
Local media pages
Dallas Morning News Mavericks Page
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Dallas Observer Online [a weekly newspaper]
ESPN 103.3 FM (KESN) (the Mavs flagship radio station - all games
will be broadcast here)
also pre-game and post-game show before and after Mavs games
The Ticket KTCK 1310 (Dallas sport talk radio station)
105.3 The Fan (Dallas sport talk radio station)
Current Mavs player pages (both fan and official)
Erick Dampier (Official)
Josh Howard Foundation
Jason Kidd Official Website
Official Website of Shawn Marion
Dirk Nowitzki (Official)
Dirk Nowitzki Foundation (Official)
Dirk Nowitzki Fansite (in German)
Dirk Nowitzki Online Fan Resource
Official Website of Jason Terry
Jason Terry Foundation
Mark Cuban's page
Blog Maverick - The Mark Cuban Weblog
Former Mavs player pages (both fan and official)
Tariq Abdul-Wahad (Official)
Raja Bell (Official)
Greg Buckner Foundation (Official)
Cedric Ceballos (Official)
Jim Farmer Official Web Site (Official, now a country singer)
A.C. Green's Program's for Youth (Official)
Juwan Howard (Official)
Antawn Jamison (Official)
bball lova's Steve Nash Central
Jerry Stackhouse (Official)
The Unofficial Walt Williams Site [old]
Mavs fan pages
Lone Mavs Fan Homepage
Lone Mavs Fan Forum
The Ultimate D-Mavs Fan Page!
National media Mavs pages
ESPNET SportsZone Dallas Mavericks
Dallas Mavericks Team Report - CBS SportsLine
The Sports Network - Mavericks
CNN/SI - Dallas Mavericks
FOXSports.com - NBA - Dallas Mavericks
Not quite the Mavs
The Dallas Wheelchair Mavericks
Victory - arena and development area around the arena
Basketball Shooting Instruction by Gary Boren
(place to buy his video, Mavs free throw shooting coach)
Other Mavs related stuff on the net
You can find talk about the Mavs on the alt.sports.basketball.nba.dallas-mavs
and rec.sport.basketball.pro Usenet newsgroups.
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