Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Southwest Division99.9 (4th)103.0 (3rd)
Western Conference13th6th
NBA27th9th

Next Game

Thu, December 14, 10:30 PM EST
ORACLE Arena
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home team logo
+550
Line
-833
99.9
PPG
117.0
43.7
FG %
51.3
76.8
FT %
80.7
36.2
3PT %
40.0

Schedule

Wed Nov 22
W 95 - 94@MEM
RECAP
Sat Nov 25
W 97 - 81OKC
RECAP
Mon Nov 27
L 108 - 115@SA
RECAP
Wed Nov 29
L 104 - 109BKN
RECAP
Sat Dec 2
W 108 - 82LAC
RECAP
Mon Dec 4
W 122 - 105DEN
RECAP
Wed Dec 6
L 90 - 97@BOS
RECAP
Fri Dec 8
L 102 - 109@MIL
RECAP
Sun Dec 10
L 92 - 97@MIN
RECAP
Tue Dec 12
W 95 - 89SA
RECAP
Thu Dec 14
10:30 pm ET
TNT@GS
Sat Dec 16
8:30 pm ET
@SA
Mon Dec 18
8:30 pm ET
PHO
Wed Dec 20
8:30 pm ET
DET
Fri Dec 22
8:00 pm ET
@MIA
Sat Dec 23
7:30 pm ET
@ATL
Tue Dec 26
7:00 pm ET
TOR
Wed Dec 27
7:00 pm ET
@IND
Fri Dec 29
8:00 pm ET
@NO
Sun Dec 31
7:00 pm ET
@OKC

Standings

WEST
Southwest
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Houston12-222-4
San Antonio9-519-9
New Orleans9-1115-14
Dallas6-138-20
Memphis8-108-20
1513179667
Mavericks' Seth Curry: No timetable for return
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Curry (lower leg) acknowledged Tuesday that there isn't a clear timetable for his return to the court, Eddie Sefko of The Dallas Morning News reports. "Not really," Curry said, when asked if he has a date in mind for making his season debut. "I'm just trying to wait it out and see if [the injured leg is] going to heal or not. I've just got to give it some time. It's like a couple week by couple week situation. It's a tricky situation."

Curry has been sidelined for the last two months after suffering a stress reaction in his left leg during the preseason, ending his bid for an opening-night starting role at shooting guard. The Mavericks had been optimistic that Curry's injury wouldn't sideline him for more than a handful of games, but it's apparent the stress reaction was more significant than the team initially believed. Curry indicated that his latest MRI showed that he's made some slight improvement in his recovery, but he didn't rule out the possibility of surgery to address the matter. Curry's ongoing absence will continue to open up extra minutes for Yogi Ferrell, J.J. Barea and Devin Harris.

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Mavericks' Yogi Ferrell: Near double-double in win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ferrell contributed 16 points (7-14 FG, 2-3 3Pt), eight rebounds, two assists and one steal across 35 minutes in Tuesday's 95-89 win over the Spurs.

The 24-year-old guard now has back-to-back double-digit scoring efforts and three in the last six contests overall. Ferrell has upped his shot attempts into the double digits in the last pair of contests with considerable success, as he's shooting 48.0 percent (12-for-25) over that span. Ferrell figures to continue seeing starts at point guard while Dennis Smith, Jr. (hip) remains sidelined, while J.J. Barea will continue seeing a generous workload off the bench as well.

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Mavericks' J.J. Barea: Has second-half surge in win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Barea managed 16 points (6-11 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds and six assists across 25 minutes in Tuesday's 95-89 win over the Spurs.

The veteran guard scored 14 of his 16 points after halftime to help the Mavericks mount a second-half comeback that ultimately led to victory. Barea now has back-to-back 16-point efforts and has proven to be a valuable source of offense off the bench, while offering solid production in rebounds and assists as well. Factoring in Tuesday's production, he's averaging career highs in scoring (12.2), rebounds (3.1) and three-point shooting percentage (39.0), while his 5.4 assists per contest is the third-highest figure of his career in that category.

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Mavericks' Dwight Powell: Double-doubles off bench Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Powell turned in 12 points (5-7 FG, 2-4 FT), 12 rebounds and one steal across 17 minutes in Tuesday's 95-89 win over the Spurs.

Powell's first double-double of the season and sixth of his career came at an opportune time, as his efforts were key to the Mavericks' second-half surge. The fourth-year big man scored on a pair of alley-oop passes from J.J. Barea on his way to generating his sixth double-digit scoring effort in the last nine games. Even though his minutes have fluctuated, the 26-year-old has proven to be a serviceable source of scoring and boards in deeper formats, and he's now averaging a career-high 5.3 rebounds through 27 games.

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Mavericks' Wesley Matthews: Another solid offensive night Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Matthews registered 16 points (7-15 FG, 2-5 3Pt), five rebounds and four assists across 35 minutes in Tuesday's 95-89 victory over the Spurs.

The nine-year veteran is enjoying his best month of the campaign, as factoring in Tuesday's production, he's averaging 15.2 points on 48.6 percent shooting through six December contests. Matthews has drained multiple threes in eight of his last nine contests as well and has upped his overall usage, as his 12.3 shot attempts per game thus far this month represents a notable uptick from the 10.8 figure he's sporting for the season.

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2017-18 Team Leaders
PPGHarrison Barnes, SF18.4
RPGHarrison Barnes, SF7.4
APGJ.J. Barea, PG5.4
FG%Harrison Barnes, SF44.3
FT%Harrison Barnes, SF84.1
3P%Dirk Nowitzki, PF41.6
BLOCKSSalah Mejri, C30
STEALSWesley Matthews, SG29
MPGHarrison Barnes, SF35.1
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