|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Southwest Division||105.2 (1st)||102.3 (5th)|
Sat Apr 4
|L 123 - 110||GS|
Wed Apr 8
|W 107 - 104||PHO|
Fri Apr 10
|W 144 - 143||at DEN|
Sun Apr 12
|W 120 - 106||at LAL|
Mon Apr 13
|L 109 - 92||at UTA|
Wed Apr 15
|W 114 - 98||POR|
Sat Apr 18
|L 118 - 108||at HOU|
Tue Apr 21
|L 111 - 99||at HOU|
Fri Apr 24
|L 130 - 128||HOU|
Sun Apr 26
|W 121 - 109||HOU|
Tue Apr 28
|L 103 - 94||at HOU|
"I want to. I want to and hopefully this time we make it work," per Mavs Moneyball. "I had a lot of fun this year. I enjoyed being back. It feels like home for me here in Dallas so hopefully I can come back and finish my career here for the next couple years."
Barea left the Mavericks in 2011, when he was a free agent, but he doesn't anticipate history repeating itself.
"It's going to be a little different," he said. "I think at that point I had to make a decision. This time I think it'll be a lot easier to keep me around."
Team physician T.R. Souryal performed the arthroscopic surgery. No timetable was given for his recovery.
“I’ll make my rounds and see what teams are saying,” Stoudemire said Wednesday, per The Dallas Morning News, “but I think Dallas is a place where I feel comfortable here. I have a chance to have great success here with this franchise. We’ll see.
Stoudemire averaged 10.8 points in 23 games with the Mavericks. For the season, he posted 11.5 points and 5.6 rebounds per game.
“I think it makes the most sense to me,” he said, per The Dallas Morning News. “You just look for a great fit. This year, I think I found one. Hopefully, I can do the same.”
Aminu averaged 5.6 points and 4.6 rebounds per game, and shot 41.2 percent from the field this season.
Mavericks general manager Donnie Nelson is hoping to bring Aminu back to Dallas next season.
“We were lucky Al chose us,” Nelson said. “With an eye on the history that we’ve had here with Rick and our development program, he certainly should opt out, and he will, as noted. We hope to be in a position to reacquire his services.”
After an up-and-down first year with the
Parsons dealt with foot, ankle and knee injuries in 2014-15. He is also expected to have offseason knee surgery.
“I’m going into my prime,” Parsons said, per The Dallas Morning News. “I think I’m ready. I feel like this year was more of a year to get comfortable and get my feet wet. I had some big games. Next year I hope for a much bigger role. I want the ball in my hands. I want good players around me.”
Parsons intends to take on more of a leadership role by helping the team lure free agents to Dallas over the summer.
“I’m officially shifting into GM mode,” he said. “I have great relationships with a lot of guys that are out there. I have a great relationship with a lot of guys that are currently on our team, so as a guy that will be here for a while and as one of the key guys going forward I will definitely be talking to management. Anything I can do to help I’ll obviously do.”
In his first season in Dallas, Parsons averaged 15.7 points, 4.9 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game.
|2014-15 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Monta Ellis , PG||18.9|
|RPG||Tyson Chandler , C||11.5|
|APG||Rajon Rondo , PG||7.9|
|FG%||Chandler Parsons , SF||46.2|
|FT%||Dirk Nowitzki , PF||88.2|
|3P%||Dirk Nowitzki , PF||38|
|BLOCKS||Tyson Chandler , C||91|
|STEALS||Monta Ellis , PG||148|
|MPG||Monta Ellis , PG||33.7|
|Full Team Statistics|
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