Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Southwest Division98.1 (5th)100.4 (3rd)
Western Conference15th4th
NBA30th4th

Next Game

Fri, February 24, 8:00 PM EST
Target Center
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+135
Line
-161
98.1
PPG
104.8
44.1
FG %
46.4
80.3
FT %
79.1
35.8
3PT %
35.0

Schedule

Sun Jan 29
W 105 - 101at SA
Recap
Mon Jan 30
W 104 - 97CLE
Recap
Wed Feb 1
W 113 - 95PHI
Recap
Fri Feb 3
W 108 - 104at POR
Recap
Mon Feb 6
L 110 - 87at DEN
Recap
Tue Feb 7
L 114 - 113POR
Recap
Thu Feb 9
W 112 - 105UTA
Recap
Sat Feb 11
W 112 - 80ORL
Recap
Mon Feb 13
L 111 - 98BOS
Recap
Wed Feb 15
L 98 - 91at DET
Recap
8:00 pm EST
Fri Feb 24
at MIN
8:30 pm EST
Sat Feb 25
NO
8:30 pm EST
Mon Feb 27
MIA
7:30 pm EST
Wed Mar 1
at ATL
8:30 pm EST
Fri Mar 3
MEM
8:30 pm EST
Sun Mar 5
OKC
8:30 pm EST
Tue Mar 7
LAL
9:00 pm EST
Fri Mar 10
BKN
9:00 pm EST
Sat Mar 11
PHO
7:30 pm EDT
Mon Mar 13
at TOR

Standings

WEST
Southwest
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
San Antonio22-843-13
Houston24-941-18
Memphis24-1334-24
New Orleans11-2223-35
Dallas13-2222-34
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Mavericks' Nerlens Noel: Traded to Mavs
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Noel was traded to the Mavericks on Thursday in a deal that will bring Justin Anderson, Andrew Bogut, and a first-round pick to Philadelphia, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports.

The Sixers have been not-so-subtly shopping both Noel and Jahlil Okafor for quite some time, and they've finally found a deal to help alleviate their logjam at center. Noel has proven to be an effective rebounder and rim-protector when given the opportunity, and he should immediately step into a significant role with the Mavericks, who have been using Dirk Nowitzki as a small-ball center for much of the season. On the season, Noel is averaging 8.9 points and 5.0 rebounds per game, while shooting a career-best 61.1 percent from the floor. The 22-year-old has a $5.8 million qualifying offer for next season, and considering Dallas gave up a (protected) first-round pick in the deal, the Mavs likely see Noel as part of their long-term future.

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Mavericks' J.J. Barea: Will miss next three games
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Barea (calf) practiced Wednesday but has been ruled out for the next three games, Tim MacMahon of ESPN reports.

The team was originally hoping Barea would return Feb. 27 against the Heat at the very latest, but it looks like his absence will extend into March. With Deron Williams in the middle of multiple trade rumors as the deadline approaches, Yogi Ferrell and Devin Harris could be the only active point guards the Mavericks have over the course of Barea's absence. Barea's next opportunity to return will be next Wednesday against the Hawks.

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Mavericks' A.J. Hammons: Recalled from D-League
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hammons was recalled Wednesday from the D-League's Texas Legends, Eddie Sefko of the Dallas Morning News reports.

Hammons hasn't taken part in a game with the Mavericks since a Dec. 30 matchup with the Warriors, so he's spent a ton of time in the D-League getting in-game reps that he wasn't seeing with the big club. With the trade deadline approaching, the Mavericks could make some moves with the centers they have on the roster, which potentially opens a few minutes for Hammons. That said, even if he's able to garner some extra playing time, it won't be enough to make him relevant in the majority of fantasy leagues, so Hammons can continue to be avoided for the near future.

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Mavericks' Justin Anderson: Sees just six minutes Wednesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Anderson went scoreless, with one rebound across six minutes during a 98-91 loss to the Pistons on Wednesday.

Anderson has played a grand total of seven minutes over the last two games for the Mavericks, as the team's improved health in recent weeks has resulted in a reduced role for the second-year swingman. Even though the Mavericks are the outside of the playoff race, Anderson won't stand to see more than a mild uptick in playing time after the All-Star break so long as the likes of Wesley Matthews, Seth Curry and Dorian Finney-Smith are able to steer clear of injury.

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Mavericks' Andrew Bogut: Plays 18 minutes in return to action
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bogut (calf) registered four points (2-4 FG), eight rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block across 18 minutes in a 98-91 loss to the Pistons on Wednesday.

It was initially expected that the Mavericks would hold Bogut out through the All-Star break while he tended to a right hamstring strain that had sidelined him for eight games, but after the veteran center increased his activity earlier this week, coach Rick Carlisle was willing to use him off the bench Wednesday. Bogut's return resulted in Salah Mejri (five minutes) and Dwight Powell (one minute) effectively getting pushed out of the rotation, but don't expect the 32-year-old to pick up much more playing time after the break. He's averaging career-low 3.0 points in 22.4 minutes per game on the season and is shooting an unsightly 27.3 percent from the free-throw line.

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