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Dallas Mavericks

Conference: Western

Division: Southwest

Stadium: American Airlines Center (capacity 19,200)

Head Coach: Jason Kidd (2021-present)

Star Players: Luka Doncic, Kyrie Irving, Josh Green

2022-23 Regular Season: 38-44 (11th in Western Conference)

2023 Playoffs: Did not qualify

Legendary Former Players: Dirk Nowitzki, Steve Nash, Dwyane Wade, Mark Aguirre

NBA Championships: 1 (2011)

Dallas Mavericks

The Dallas Mavericks entered the NBA in 1980, joining the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets as professional basketball’s representatives in the Lone Star State. After a few seasons on the outside looking in, the Mavs became a consistent playoff presence through the rest of the 1980s, going as far as the Western Conference Finals in 1988 where they were defeated by the Los Angeles Lakers in Game Seven. The 1990s was a decade to forget for Mavs fans with their team missing the playoffs in ten straight seasons. Everything changed in 2000 when local businessman (and rabid Mavs fan) Mark Cuban bought the team and brought the Mavs to national attention with his brash personality and over-the-top enthusiasm at games. With the dazzling talents of Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash on show, the Mavs once more became regular playoff contenders, reversing their decade-long slump by qualifying for the postseason in eleven straight seasons. Nash departed in 2004 but Nowitzki soldiered on, joined by guard Dwyane Wade, leading the team to their first NBA Finals appearance in 2006 where they lost 4-2 to the Miami Heat. The Mavs finally won it all in 2011 with the franchise’s first NBA Championship, flipping the script with a 4-2 revenge victory over the Heat with Nowitzki as Finals MVP. Since the year of their triumph, the Dallas Mavericks have frequently struggled to make the playoffs or push beyond the First Round when they do, the sole exception being a run to the Western Conference Finals in 2022 where they lost 4-1 to the Golden State Warriors. In 2022-23, they missed out on the playoffs completely. Still, with superstar Luka Doncic continuing to dazzle NBA defenses everywhere with his bottomless bag of tricks, Mavs fans are hoping to see their team get back on track in the 2023-24 season.

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