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Dallas Mavericks Team Info

The Mavericks are a relatively young franchise in the National Basketball Association only being in the league since 1981. In 24 seasons the Mavericks have played their way into the postseason tournament on 10 different occasions. The team has only made it to the Western Conference Finals twice. The first time came in 1988, when the team was led by guys like Mark Aguirre, Rolando Blackman, Derek Harper, Sam Perkins and Roy Tarpley. The most recent time the team won their way into the Finals was in 2003 when the Mavericks finished the regular season as Midwest Division champs with a 60-22 record, their best in franchise history. In the playoffs Dallas slipped by both opponents in seven games. After beating both of those teams they met up with their I-35 rivals. The two teams couldn't be more contrasting in their style of basketball. The Mavericks are a team that will get up and down the court as fast as they can, throw up as many shots as they can and live and die with the jump shot. The others, on the other hand, are a slow, methodical, group of guys that think defense first and live and die with their post presence of Tim Duncan and, before he retired, David Robinson. The Mavericks shocked the world when they won in the first game of the series. After that, with help from Dirk Nowitzki's hurt knee, they lost four of the next five games and ended the Mavericks' Finals aspirations.

The Mavericks starting five is once again loaded with a lot of fire power but lacks on the defensive end. At point guard Jason Terry should be starting, at shooting guard will be Marquis Daniels, at small forward will be Michael Finley, at the power forward will be Dirk Nowitzki and at center will be Erick Dampier. The team won't have any trouble putting points on the board and will be much improved with their interior defense and rebounding because of the acquisition of Dampier.

The Mavericks bench provides them with the best defenders on their team. Forward Josh Howard gives the team a huge spark off of the bench. The team will also have Devin Harris, Jerry Stackhouse, Calvin Booth, and Shawn Bradley coming off of the bench.