Patricia's Various Mavs Stuff
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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
some links to other Mavs related WWW pages. This is a pure information
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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.]
- Note that Friday's San Antonio at Dallas game has a late start time
of 8:30 pm.
- 2/3 Miami defeated Dallas 93-90 in Dallas. A 3-pointer by J.J.
Barea put Dallas up 14-6 with 8 minutes left. Dallas held a single-digit
lead until Miami scored the last 4 points of the quarter and the game was
tied 21-21 after 1. Chandler Parsons had 12 points and 5 rebounds and
Chris Bosh (Mia) had 10 points. Dallas scored the first 9 points of the
2nd quarter to go up 30-21 with 10:10 remaining. Miami used a 15-2 run to
take a 38-34 lead with 3:30 to go and the game stayed close the rest of
the quarter. Miami led 47-46 at the half. The game remained closed over
the first 7 minutes of the 3rd quarter as neither team held more than a 4
point lead. Miami scored 10 straight points to take a 67-59 lead with
4:20 left as Dallas missed 9 consecutive shots. Miami led 74-65 after 3.
Dirk Nowitzki had 11 points and Dwyane Wade (Mia) had 10 points in the 3rd
quarter. A 3-pointer by Justin Anderson pulled Dallas within 75-76 with 9
minutes to go, but Miami then scored the next 6 points. But 7 points
would be the largest lead of the quarter. Dallas again pulled within 1
point at 81-82 with 4:45 remaining and the game stayed close the rest of
the way. A 3-pointer by Luol Deng gave Miami a 92-87 lead with a minute
to go. The teams traded misses and Nowitzki swished a quick 3-pointer
with 18 seconds left. Wade was intentionally fouled, but only hit 1-2 FT
to leave the door open at 93-90 with 15 seconds left. Miami played good
defense to prevent Dallas from getting the ball to the hot Nowitzki and
Raymond Felton's 3-pointer with 2 seconds left bounced off the back of the
rim. Although the shooting wasn't great, it was a clean game as Dallas
had just 4 turnovers and Miami had 8 turnovers. The largest lead in the
game was just 10 points. Nowitzki had 28 points and 3 blocks, Parsons had
12 points including 4-13 FG and 7 rebounds, and Zaza Pachulia had 10
points and 15 rebounds. For Miami, Bosh had 20 points, Wade had 18 points
including 6-19 FG and 8 rebounds, and Deng had 15 points and 5 rebounds.
- 2/3 Dallas activated Salah Mejri and placed Deron Williams (right
hip contusion) on IL.
- 2/1 Atlanta defeated Dallas 112-97 in Atlanta. A jumper by
Chandler Parsons gave Dallas a 9-6 lead with 7:45 left, but Atlanta then
went on a 17-2 run to go up 23-11 with 2 minutes remaining as Dallas shot
1-11 FG during the run. Atlanta led 27-15 after 1. 6 straight points put
Atlanta up 36-20 with 8 minutes to go. Atlanta again led by 16 at 47-31
with 3:15 left when Dallas scored the next 11 points, capped by a
3-pointer by Wesley Matthews, to pull within 45-50 with 35 seconds left.
Atlanta led 53-46 at the half. Jeff Teague (Atl) had 12 points in the 2nd
quarter. A 3-pointer by Parsons pulled Dallas within 51-55 with 10:15
remaining, but Atlanta then slowly built their lead back up. A 9-2 run
put Atlanta up 79-66 with 3:30 left and Atlanta led in the low
double-digits the rest of the quarter. Atlanta led 86-73 after 3. Teague
had 13 points in the 3rd quarter. Dallas did pull within 9 points with 10
minutes remaining, but Atlanta then scored the next 7 points to go up
95-79 with 8:30 left and Dallas never really contented the rest of the
quarter as the Hawk's lead remained in double-digits. Alanta shot 52.5%
(42-80) FG and Dallas shot 36.5% (31-85) FG. Atlanta shot 14-19 FT and
Dallas shot 28-38 FT. Parsons had 19 points and 11 rebounds, Dirk
Nowitzki had 18 points on 4-11 FG and 10-11 FT, and J.J. Barea had 15
points. For Atlanta, Teague had 32 points including 12-15 FG and 5-6
3-pointers, 5 rebounds, and 8 assists; Kyle Korver had 16 points including
4-7 3-pointers, and Dennis Schroder had 14 points including 4-6 FG.
- 2/1 Deron Williams left the game early in the 2nd quarter of the
Atlanta game with a right hip contusion and did not return.
- 2/1 Dallas activated Dirk Nowitzki and placed Salah Mejri (ill) on IL.
- 1/31 Dallas defeated Phoenix 91-87 in Dallas. Phoenix scored 8
straight points to take a 19-16 lead with 2:55 to go, but a 3-pointer by
Charlie Villanueva tied the game. Phoenix led 23-21 after 1. The game
stayed close in the 2nd quarter with neither team holding more than a 4
point lead over the first 11 minutes. Dallas used a 12-4 run to take a
49-43 lead with 40 seconds remaining. Dallas led 51-45 at the half.
Deron Williams had 12 points in the 2nd quarter. The first 6 minutes of
the 3rd quarter saw Dallas holding a small lead. Phoenix scored 10
straight points to go up 65-60 with 3 minutes left as Dallas missed 5
straight shots. J.J. Barea nailed a 3-pointer neat the quarter's end.
Phoenix led 69-68 after 3. Phoenix out-scored Dallas 24-17 in the 3rd as
Dallas shot just 6-22 FG. Devin Booker (Pho) had 12 points in the 3rd
quarter. Phoenix took a 73-68 lead a minute into the 4th quarter and then
they completely fell apart as Dallas used a 26-3 monster run to take over
the game with an 89-76 lead with 1:20 left - Phoenix missed 11 straight
shots (only points on free throws) and committed 4 turnovers. Dallas
out-scored Phoenix 23-9 in the 4th quarter. It was an ugly win (but goes
down as a W, so that is all that matters in the end) as both teams shot
under 40% FG and had high turnovers - 20 for Phoenix and 15 for Dallas.
Williams led the way with 27 points and Chandler Parsons had 15 points
including 5-14 FG and Raymond Felton had 10 points including 2-8 FG, 6
rebounds, 6 assists, and 3 steals. Dallas elected not to play Dirk
Nowitzki in the first game of a back-to-back. For Phoenix, rookie Booker
had 19 points and 7 rebounds before fouling out late in the game, Tyson
Chandler had 12 points on 6-8 FG and 13 rebounds, and Markieff Morris had
13 points. Phoenix (14-35) fired head coach Jeff Hornecek the next day.
- 1/31 Dallas activated John Jenkins and placed Dirk Nowitzki (rest)
- 1/29 Dallas defeated Brooklyn 91-79 in Dallas. Dallas used a 14-2
run to take a 25-14 lead with 1:35 left. Joe Johnson (Bro) scored the
last 4 points of the quarter. Dallas led 25-18 after 1. Dallas scored
the first 10 points of the 2nd quarter to go up 35-18 with 9:45 remaining
and Dallas held a double-digit lead the rest of the quarter. Brooklyn
scored the last 4 points of the quarter. Dallas led 51-39 at the half.
Brook Lopez (Bro) had 10 points in the 2nd quarter. All of Brooklyn's 1st
half points came from just 4 players. Dallas took a 55-43 lead on a
3-pointer by Dirk Nowitzki with 9 minutes left, but Brooklyn then went on
a 6-1 mini-run to pull within 7 points. Brooklyn again pulled within 7
points with 5 minutes left, but Dallas close the quarter with a 13-4 run,
capped by a 3-pointer by Raymond Felton at the quarter buzzer, to take a
71-55 lead after 3. Dallas led in double-digits the entire 4th quarter -
Brooklyn did pull within 11 points 3 times, but could get no closer.
Dallas shot 46.3% (37-80) FG and Brooklyn shot 35.9% (28-78) FG. Chandler
Parsons had 19 points and 10 rebounds, Zaza Pachulia had 16 points and 12
rebounds, and Nowitzki had 12 points and 8 rebounds. For Brooklyn, Brook
Lopez had 28 points and 12 rebounds, Thaddeus Young had 11 points
including 4-13 FG and 10 rebounds, and Johnson had 13 points.
- 1/29 Dallas activated Zaza Pachulia and placed John Jenkins on IL.
- 1/27 Golden State defeated Dallas 127-107 in Golden State. Golden
State jumped out to an early 15-4 lead as Klay Thompson had 9 points. Golden
State led 20-6 with 6:20 to go and Dallas then scored the next 9 points.
Golden State led 32-22 after 1. Golden State continued to hold a lead
(none larger than 10 points) in the 2nd quarter. A 3-pointer by Chandler
Parsons pulled Dallas within 44-46 with 3:30 to go, but Golden State then
went on a 10-2 run. Golden State led 56-48 at the haf. Thompson had 14
points in the 2nd quarter (and 26 in the half). Dallas used an 11-2 run,
capped by a 3-pointer by Parsons, to pull within 64-65 with 7:35
remaining. Golden State led 73-70 with 5:25 to go and used a 19-4 run to
take a commanding 92-74 lead with a minute left. Golden State led 95-77
after 3. Golden State out-scored Dallas 39-29 in the 3rd quarter as the
Warriors shot 13-17 FG. Stephen Curry (GS) had 11 points and Deron
Williams had 12 points (his only points in the game) in the 3rd quarter.
Golden State held a double-digit lead the entire 4th quarter. The Mavs
did pull within 93-105 with 5:30 remaining, but Golden State used a 16-6
run to put the game away at 121-99 with 2:15 left. Golden State led the
entire game. Golden State shot 58% (47-81) FG and Dallas shot 50.6%
(44-87) FG. Parsons had 23 points including 4-6 3-pointers and 7
rebounds, Raymond Felton had 12 points, and J.J. Barea had 14 points on
7-11 FG and 5 assists. For Golden State, Thompson had 45 points on 14-20
FG, 7-12 3-pointers, and 10-10 FT and 5 rebounds; Stephen Curry had 14
points including 4-11 FG and 9 assists, and 3 steals; and Harrison Barnes
had 13 points.
- 1/27 Dirk Nowitzki (rest) did not play in the Golden State game - it was
the 2nd night of a back-to-back.
- 1/27 Dwight Powell was selected to participate in the Rookie-Sophomore
game to take place February February 12 in Toronto.
- 1/26 Dallas defeated the LA Lakers 92-90 at LA. Dallas took and early
13-6 lead as Chandler Parsons had 7 points. The Lakers scored 9 straight
points to take a 25-24 lead with 3 minutes to go, but Dallas scored the
last 8 points of the quarter to go up 32-25 after 1. Dallas continued to
hold a single-digit lead until the Lakers went on a 13-4 run to take a
54-50 lead with 1:45 left. The Lakers led 58-56 at the half. Louis
Williams (LAL) had 11 points and J.J. Barea had 10 points in the 2nd
quarter. Dallas scored 9 straight points to take a 72-68 lead with 4:30
remaining. The Lakers scored the last 5 points of the 3rd quarter to take
a 78-77 lead after 3. Dallas scored the first 4 points of the 4th
quarter, but the Lakers scored the next 5 points to retake an 83-81 lead
with 8:20 left and the game stayed close the rest of the way as neither
team held more than a 3 point lead. The game was tied 90-90 with 1:35
remaining. The teams traded misses and the Lakers had the ball with 30
seconds to go. But Williams threw out his arm while driving and was
called for an offensive foul with 14 seconds left. Dallas ran the clock
down and Dirk Nowitzki nailed a baseliner with 2.1 seconds to go. Julius
Randle's (LAL) up-top 3-pointer bounced off the back of the rim (phew) at
the final buzzer. Parsons had 17 points and 9 rebounds, Nowitzki had 13
points including 5-14 FG and 6 rebounds, and Barea had 18 points. For the
Lakers, Randle had 16 points and 11 rebounds and Jordan Clarkson had 18
points, 6 rebounds, and 7 assists. Kobe Bryant (sore shoulder) did not
play. Dallas was again without Zaza Pachulia (leg injury) and was also
missing Devin Harris (toe injury).
- 1/26 Dallas activated Jeremy Evans and placed Devin Harris (left
big toe injury) on IL.
- 1/24 Houston defeated Dallas 115-104 in Houston. Consecutive
3-pointers by Trevor Ariza gave Houston an early 12-4 lead with 9 minutes
to go. Another 3-pointer by Ariza and 2 free throws by James Harden put
Houston up 28-16 with 4:20 remaining. Dallas did scored the next 7
points. Josh Smith hit a bucket at the quarter buzzer to give Houston a
36-29 lead after 1. Ariza had 16 points. Dallas opened the 2nd quarter
with a 16-2 run to take a 45-38 lead with 7:50 left and held a
single-digit lead the rest of the quarter. Chandler Parsons hit 3 free
throws near the quarter's end to give Dallas a 58-50 lead at the half. A
3-pointer by Dirk Nowitzki gave Dallas their largest lead at 70-59 with
7:35 left. Consecutive 3-pointers pulled Houston within 72-76 with 4:35
to go and the game stayed close the rest of the quarter. Dallas led 85-84
after 3. Harden had 12 points and 5 rebounds in the 3rd quarter. Houston
opened the 4th quarter with a 19-6 run to take a 103-91 lead with 8
minutes remaining and Houston led in double-digits the rest of the
quarter. Dallas shot just 5-21 FG in the 4th quarter. Houston out-scored
Dallas 65-46 in the 2nd half. Chandler Parsons had 31 points including
10-15 FG and 5-6 3-pointers and 6 rebounds, Dirk Nowitzki had 19 points
including 4-6 3-pointers, and Raymond Felton had 16 points and 8 rebounds.
For Houston, James Harden had a triple-double with 23 points, 15 rebounds,
and 10 assists and Trevor Ariza had 29 points including 11-15 FG and 6-9
3-pointers and Josh Smith had 16 points. Houston was playing without
Dwight Howard (and Dallas was playing without Zaza Pachulia).
- 1/24 Dallas activated John Jenkins and placed Zaza Pachulia (right
leg injury) 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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