|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|
Warney agreed Tuesday with the Mavericks on a partially guaranteed contract, Michael Scotto of Sheridan Hoops reports.
Warney looks like little more than a training camp body for the Mavericks, as the team already has Dirk Nowitzki, Dwight Powell and Quincy Acy on hand to play power forward. The undrafted rookie from Stony Brook averaged 6.5 points, 6.5 rebounds, 1.2 steals and 1.0 blocks in 16.5 minutes per game during five appearances with the Mavericks in summer league play.
Williams (sports hernia) recently noted that he'll be fully healthy for the start of training camp, The Dallas Morning News reports. "Feeling really good. [The sports hernia is] healing pretty well; I'm doing a lot of work on and off the court. I haven't got the full-go clearance yet but that's coming soon," Williams said.
After the Mavericks were eliminated from the postseason this past spring, Williams underwent surgery to address a sports hernia that had beeh hampering him for around a month. He said that he's only been cleared to do some light running and jumping to this point in his recovery, but is scheduled to meet with a doctor on Aug. 1, after which he expects to receive the green light to perform more high-intensity workouts. Williams is scheduled to open the upcoming season as the Mavericks' starting point guard after re-signing with the team on a one-year, $10 million contract.
Gibson was the Mavericks' leading scorer after starting six games in the Las Vegas Summer League, during which he averaged 17 points per game while shooting 50.7 percent from the floor and 45.9 percent from behind the arc.
The Mavs' newly-signed point guard managed to post his respectable scoring line while averaging 24.9 minutes per game. While it's promising that he was able to score at a high rate, there are reasons to be concerned about the 28-year-old's ability to effectively distribute the ball, as Gibson averaged more turnovers than assists per game (2.2 versus 1.7). Currently listed behind Deron Williams, J.J. Barea, and Devin Harris on the depth chart at point guard, Gibson's time on the floor in the coming season is likely to be very limited, giving him few scoring opportunities.
Nowitzki originally agreed to a two-year contract worth around $40 million, but the Mavs have officially upped the number for their veteran forward. He'll be joined in the team's frontcourt by newcomers Andrew Bogut and Harrison Barnes, but Nowitzki will likely remain a solid scoring weapon and viable fantasy option.
Collinsworth signed a two-year, partially guaranteed deal with the
Collinsworth wasn't selected in the 2016 NBA Draft, but apparently made a lasting impression on the Mavericks in Summer League, where he averaged 4.2 points, 3.3 boards and 2.5 assists per game over six contests. The rookie out of BYU averaged 15.3 points, 7.4 assists and 8.2 rebounds in his senior season, but shot only 24-percent from three, a mark that he will need to improve on if he hopes to see the court in 2016-17. He will face heavy competition for playing time from Justin Anderson, Jonathan Gibson, Quincy Acy, and Seth Curry among others.
|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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