|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Southwest Division||102.3 (4th)||102.6 (3rd)|
Sun Apr 3
|W 88 - 78||at MIN|
Wed Apr 6
|W 88 - 86||HOU|
Fri Apr 8
|W 103 - 93||MEM|
Sun Apr 10
|L 98 - 91||at LAC|
Mon Apr 11
|W 101 - 92||at UTA|
Wed Apr 13
|L 96 - 91||SA|
Sat Apr 16
|L 108 - 70||at OKC|
Mon Apr 18
|W 85 - 84||at OKC|
Thu Apr 21
|L 131 - 102||OKC|
Sat Apr 23
|L 119 - 108||OKC|
Mon Apr 25
|L 118 - 104||at OKC|
Hammons was selected by the
Hammons spent all four years at Purdue and matured into one of the more imposing post players in the nation, averaging 15.0 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.5 blocks in his senior year. JaVale McGee and Salah Mejri are the only centers currently on the books for the Mavericks next season, so depending on how the offseason shakes out, the seven-footer may be able to find his way into a recurring role off the bench.
Williams, just like his teammate Chandler Parsons, is looking to take advantage of the increasing salary cap and seek a significant pay raise for the 2016-17 season. While Williams' age is definitely a factor going forward, the Mavericks may be reluctant to sign the former All-Star if his price gets too high.
Parsons will opt out of the final year of his contract and become a free agent, Dwain Price of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Despite owner Mark Cuban's best efforts to convince Parsons to opt in to his third and final year, with the salary cap set to rise massively for the 2016-17 season, Parsons will look for a pay raise from the $16 million he was set to make next season. If the Maverick's wish to keep Parsons aboard, they'll need to give him that significant pay raise.
Nowitzki formally declined his $8.69 million contract option for the 2016-17 season on Tuesday and will become an unrestricted free agent, Marc Stein of ESPN.com reports.
With the salary cap set to rise this summer, it was expected all along that Nowitzki would opt out of his current deal and re-sign with the Mavericks on a multi-year pact at a higher annual average salary, but that plan might not be quite as iron clad any longer. After losing to the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals, the Warriors are said to be interested in bringing aboard Nowitzki if they're unable to sign the top prize on this summer's free agent market, Kevin Durant. It still seems more likely than not that Nowitzki will be back in a Mavericks uniform when it's all said and done, but he'll likely wait and see how the market plays out before inking a new deal.
Harris said Tuesday that his left thumb is fully healed, and he's no longer wearing a walking boot on his left foot following surgery to repair his big toe, Earl K. Sneed of Mavs.com reports.
Harris will wear a brace on his hand for the next two weeks as a precaution, but he's otherwise fully recovered from surgery to repair a ligament in the thumb. He's a bit further behind in his recovery from the toe procedure, but now that the boot is off, Harris could soon be cleared to resume running. The veteran point guard should be fully healthy well before training camp begins.
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Dirk Nowitzki , PF||18.3|
|RPG||Zaza Pachulia , C||9.4|
|APG||Deron Williams , PG||5.8|
|FG%||Chandler Parsons , SF||49.2|
|FT%||Dirk Nowitzki , PF||89.3|
|3P%||Chandler Parsons , SF||41.4|
|BLOCKS||Dirk Nowitzki , PF||52|
|STEALS||Wesley Matthews , SG||78|
|MPG||Wesley Matthews , SG||33.9|
|Full Team Statistics|
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