Mavs starters left it to the reserves to finish off the highest point total for the Mavericks in more than five years.
Fans of the Mavericks are hyped up about the team’s 9-3 start to the season and that’s understandable. However, there is another reason for Mavs’ fans to be far more excited.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has no sympathy for the 3-9 Los Angeles Lakers, saying on a radio show recently that he hopes they “suck forever.”
Dirk Nowitzki’s 3-pointer with 80 seconds left sealed a fifth consecutive win for Dallas, 105-102 over the Wizards, after Monta Ellis scored 24 points in the first half on Wednesday.
Monta Ellis scored 18 points, Chandler Parsons had 17 points, and the Mavericks defeated the Hornets by a score of 107-80 on Monday night for their fourth straight victory.
The Mavericks continue to be an offensive juggernaut, though they’ve been significantly better at home than on the road. They’ll look to bring their scoring prowess with them Monday night.
Dirk Nowitzki scored 21 points while playing only 20 minutes, and the Mavericks had their largest victory ever, winning 123-70 over the winless 76ers on Thursday night.
The Mavs came from way behind on Tuesday night to beat Sacramento by a score of 106-98 for their 21st straight regular-season win at home against the Kings.
Dirk Nowitzki is now the highest-scoring NBA player born outside the United States.
A pair of former Dallas Mavericks are joining head coach Eduardo Najera’s staff for the upcoming 2014-15 season with the Texas Legends.
The Mavs are 20-0 at home against the Kings since a 126-124 Sacramento overtime victory Feb. 27, 2003. Peja Stojakovic got the best of a 24-year-old Dirk Nowitzki with both scoring 36 points.
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