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2010–11 Dallas Mavericks season
NBA Champions
Head coach Rick Carlisle
General manager Donnie Nelson
Owner(s) Mark Cuban
Arena American Airlines Center
Results
Record 57–25 (.695)
Place Division: 2nd (Southwest)
Conference: 3rd (Western)
Playoff finish NBA Champions
(won 4–2)

Stats @ Basketball-Reference.com
Local media
Television FS Southwest, KTXA
Radio KESN
< 2009–10 2011–12 >

The 2010–11 Dallas Mavericks season was the 31st season of the franchise in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Mavericks won the NBA Championship after defeating the Miami Heat in 6 games in the 2011 NBA Finals.[1] The Mavs playoff run came with a 6 game first round series against the Portland Trail Blazers, a series in which the Mavericks blew a 23-point lead in Game 4, but still won the series. In the conference semi-finals, the Mavericks run was motivated with a sweep of the champions of the previous two seasons, the Los Angeles Lakers. The series against the Lakers also became the birth of the Mavericks Royal Blue-Out games in the AAC, with almost all fans wearing t-shirts that read "The Time is Now". In the Western Conference Finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Mavericks won the last 3 games winning by 4th quarter comebacks, to win their second Western Conference Championship, and a trip to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2006, with a rematch against the Heat. Following a disappointing Game 1, the Mavericks pulled the biggest comeback in NBA Finals history in Game 2 to even the series at 1 game each. After a loss in Game 3, the Mavericks won the last two games in Dallas to take a 3–2 series lead heading to Game 6 in Miami. The Mavericks won their first NBA Championship in Game 6 to clinch the first major sports championship in the Dallas-Fort Worth area since the 1999 Dallas Stars, and the first title in Mavericks franchise history. The Mavericks are the third team to win an NBA title in the state of Texas, joining the Houston Rockets and San Antonio Spurs. The Mavericks are also the third team to win a major sports championship in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, joining the Dallas Cowboys' five Super Bowl titles and the Dallas Stars' only Stanley Cup, leaving the Texas Rangers as the only team to not win a major sports title in the area, as they have not won the World Series. The Mavericks championship parade was held on June 16, 2011 in downtown Dallas.

Key dates[edit]

Transactions[edit]

Summary[edit]

In the 2010 NBA Draft the Mavericks got only 1 pick. At no. 50 they picked the Nigerian Center Solomon Alabi. But he was traded directly to the Toronto Raptors for a future second-round pick and cash considerations.

The Mavericks send $3 million to the Memphis Grizzlies to acquire the rights for Shooting Guard Dominique Jones.

Mavericks free agent Dirk Nowitzki agreed to a 4-year deal worth $80 million to stay with the Mavericks.[2]

Brendan Haywood also decided to stay with the Mavericks as he signed a new 6-year deal worth $55 million. His sixth and last year in this contract is however not fully guaranteed.[3]

Center Ian Mahinmi signed a 2-year deal worth the veteran minimum starting at $850.000.[4]

On July 13, the Mavericks officially signed rookie Dominique Jones.[5]

The Mavericks and the Charlotte Bobcats agreed on a trade that sent Erick Dampier, Matt Carroll and Eduardo Najera to the Bobcats, while the Bobcats sent Tyson Chandler and Alexis Ajinca to the Mavericks.[6]

On August 12 Tim Thomas signed a 1-year deal to the veteran minimum ($1.35 million).[7] He was at the Mavericks last season but left the team to take care of his ill wife. Afterwards he announced that the illness his wife suffered will prevent him from playing for the Mavericks.[8]

NBA Draft[edit]

Main article: 2010 NBA Draft
Round Pick Player Position Nationality College/Team
1 25 Dominique Jones (acquired from Memphis) SG  United States USF
2 50 Solomon Alabi (traded to Toronto) C  Nigeria Florida State

Trades[edit]

June 24, 2010
To Dallas Mavericks
To Memphis Grizzlies
  • Cash considerations
June 24, 2010
To Dallas Mavericks
  • Future second-round pick,
    cash considerations
To Toronto Raptors
July 13, 2010
To Dallas Mavericks
To Charlotte Bobcats
January 24, 2011
To Dallas Mavericks
  • Future second-round pick
To Toronto Raptors

Free agents[edit]

Additions[edit]

Player Signed Former Team
Brendan Haywood Signed 6-year contract for $55 Million Dallas Mavericks
Dirk Nowitzki Signed 4-year contract for $80 Million Dallas Mavericks
Ian Mahinmi Signed 2-year contract for $8.5 Million San Antonio Spurs
Peja Stojaković Toronto Raptors
Corey Brewer Signed 3-year contract for $7.5 Million Minnesota Timberwolves

On January 10, the Mavericks signed Aleksandar Pavlović to a 10-day contract.[9] He received a second 10-day contract on January 20. On January 30 he was released.[10]

The Mavericks signed Peja Stojaković on January 24, 2011.[11]

Corey Brewer was signed on March 3, 2011.[12]

Subtractions[edit]

Player Reason Left New Team
Steve Novak Waived

On January 5, the Mavericks waived Steve Novak before his contract became fully guaranteed.[13]

Roster[edit]

2010–11 Dallas Mavericks roster
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight DOB (YYYY–MM–DD) From
G 11 Barea, José Juan 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 175 lb (79 kg) June 26, 1984 Northeastern
G 3 Beaubois, Rodrigue 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 185 lb (84 kg) February 24, 1988 France
F 13 Brewer, Corey 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 185 lb (84 kg) March 5, 1986 Florida
F 4 Butler, Caron 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 228 lb (103 kg) March 13, 1980 Connecticut
F 35 Cardinal, Brian 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 240 lb (109 kg) May 2, 1977 Purdue
C 6 Chandler, Tyson 7 ft 1 in (2.16 m) 235 lb (107 kg) October 2, 1982 Dominguez HS (CA)
C 33 Haywood, Brendan 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 263 lb (119 kg) November 27, 1979 North Carolina
G 20 Jones, Dominique 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 215 lb (98 kg) October 15, 1988 South Florida
G 2 Kidd, Jason 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 210 lb (95 kg) March 23, 1973 California
C 28 Mahinmi, Ian 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 230 lb (104 kg) November 5, 1986 France
F 0 Marion, Shawn 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 228 lb (103 kg) May 7, 1978 UNLV
F 41 Nowitzki, Dirk (C) 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 245 lb (111 kg) June 19, 1978 Germany
G 92 Stevenson, DeShawn 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 218 lb (99 kg) April 3, 1981 Washington Union High School (CA)
F 16 Stojaković, Peja 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 229 lb (104 kg) June 9, 1977 Serbia
G 31 Terry, Jason 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 180 lb (82 kg) September 15, 1977 Arizona
Players who left during the season
Pos. # Name Height Weight DOB (Y–M–D) From
C 8 Ajinça, Alexis 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 220 lb (100 kg) May 6, 1988 France
F 21 Novak, Steve 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 220 lb (100 kg) June 13, 1983 Marquette
G/F 7 Pavlović, Sasha 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 220 lb (100 kg) November 15, 1983 Serbia
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)
Athletic trainer(s)
  • Casey Smith
Strength and conditioning coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (DP) Unsigned draft pick
  • (FA) Free agent
  • (S) Suspended
  • Injured Injured

Depth chart[edit]

Pos. Starter Bench Reserve Inactive
C Tyson Chandler Brendan Haywood Ian Mahinmi
PF Dirk Nowitzki | Peja Stojaković Brian Cardinal
SF Shawn Marion Corey Brewer Caron Butler
SG DeShawn Stevenson Jason Terry Dominique Jones
PG Jason Kidd José Juan Barea Rodrigue Beaubois

Pre-season[edit]

Game log[edit]

2010 pre-season game log
2010–11 season schedule

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Southwest Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div
c-San Antonio Spurs 61 21 .744 36–5 25–16 10–6
x-Dallas Mavericks 57 25 .695 4 29–12 28–13 8–8
x-New Orleans Hornets 46 36 .561 15 28–13 18–23 9–7
x-Memphis Grizzlies 46 36 .561 15 30–11 16–25 8–8
Houston Rockets 43 39 .524 18 25–16 18–23 5–11
# Western Conference
Team W L PCT GB
1 c-San Antonio Spurs 61 21 .744
2 x-Los Angeles Lakers 57 25 .695 4
3 y-Dallas Mavericks 57 25 .695 4
4 y-Oklahoma City Thunder 55 27 .671 6
5 x-Denver Nuggets 50 32 .610 11
6 x-Portland Trail Blazers 48 34 .585 13
7 x-New Orleans Hornets 46 36 .561 15
8 x-Memphis Grizzlies 46 36 .561 15
9 Houston Rockets 43 39 .524 18
10 Phoenix Suns 40 42 .488 21
11 Utah Jazz 39 43 .476 22
12 Golden State Warriors 36 46 .439 25
13 Los Angeles Clippers 32 50 .390 29
14 Sacramento Kings 24 58 .293 37
15 Minnesota Timberwolves 17 65 .207 44

Game log[edit]

2010–11 game log Total: 57–25 (Home: 29–12; Road: 28–13)
2010–11 season schedule

Playoffs[edit]

Game log[edit]

2011 playoff game log Total: 16–5 (Home: 9–2; Road: 7–3)
2011 playoff schedule

Player statistics[edit]

Legend
  GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game
 FG%  Field-goal percentage  3P%  3-point field-goal percentage  FT%  Free-throw percentage
 RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game
 BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game

Season[edit]

Player GP GS MPG FG% 3FG% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
Alexis Ajinça 10 2 7.5 .375 .429 .667 1.70 .2 .30 .50 2.9
Jose Juan Barea 81 2 20.6 .439 .349 .847 2.00 3.9 .37 .01 9.5
Rodrigue Beaubois 28 26 17.7 .422 .301 .767 1.90 2.3 .71 .29 8.4
Corey Brewer 13 2 11.4 .490 .308 .714 1.80 .9 .85 .15 5.3
Caron Butler 29 29 29.9 .450 .431 .773 4.10 1.6 .97 .28 15.0
Brian Cardinal 56 4 11.0 .430 .483 .944 1.10 .7 .43 .13 2.6
Tyson Chandler 74 74 27.8 .654 .000 .732 9.40 .4 .49 1.08 10.1
Brendan Haywood 72 8 18.5 .574 .000 .362 5.20 .3 .22 1.03 4.4
Dominique Jones 18 0 7.5 .311 .000 .824 1.40 1.1 .28 .17 2.3
Jason Kidd 80 80 33.2 .361 .340 .870 4.40 8.2 1.68 .36 7.9
Ian Mahinmi 56 0 8.7 .561 .000 .768 2.10 .1 .25 .27 3.1
Shawn Marion 80 27 28.2 .520 .152 .768 6.90 1.4 .85 .63 12.5
Steve Novak 7 0 2.6 .500 .750 .000 .70 .0 .00 .00 1.6
Dirk Nowitzki 73 73 34.3 .517 .393 .892 7.00 2.6 .52 .64 23.0
Aleksandar Pavlović 10 6 16.3 .429 .438 .800 1.20 . 7 .50 .30 4.1
DeShawn Stevenson 72 54 16.1 .388 .378 .767 1.50 1.1 .29 .07 5.3
Peja Stojaković 25 13 20.2 .429 .400 .938 2.60 .9 .44 .08 8.6
Jason Terry 82 10 31.3 .451 .362 .850 1.90 4.1 1.13 .16 15.8

Playoffs[edit]

Player GP GS MPG FG% 3FG% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
Jose Juan Barea 21 3 18.6 .419 .320 .794 1.90 3.4 .29 .00 8.9
Rodrigue Beaubois 0 0 .0 .000 .000 .000 .00 .0 .00 .00 .0
Corey Brewer 6 0 3.8 .444 .333 .000 .30 .2 .67 .00 1.5
Caron Butler 0 0 .0 .000 .000 .000 .00 .0 .00 .00 .0
Brian Cardinal 9 0 4.1 .750 .750 .500 .30 .2 .11 .00 1.1
Tyson Chandler 21 21 32.4 .582 .000 .679 9.20 .4 .62 .90 8.0
Brendan Haywood 18 0 15.3 .581 .000 .465 4.10 .2 .11 1.00 3.1
Dominique Jones 0 0 .0 .000 .000 .000 .00 .0 .00 .00 .0
Jason Kidd 21 21 35.4 .398 .374 .800 4.50 7.3 1.90 .48 9.3
Ian Mahinmi 6 0 5.5 .600 .000 .556 1.00 .0 .17 .00 1.8
Shawn Marion 21 21 32.9 .467 .000 .851 6.30 2.1 1.00 .90 11.9
Dirk Nowitzki 21 21 39.3 .485 .460 .941 8.10 2.5 .57 .62 27.7
DeShawn Stevenson 21 18 15.8 .349 .397 .750 .90 .6 .52 .10 4.5
Peja Stojaković 19 0 18.4 .408 .377 .778 1.70 .4 .63 .11 7.1
Jason Terry 21 0 32.6 .478 .442 .843 1.90 3.2 1.24 .14 17.5

Awards, records and milestones[edit]

Awards[edit]

Week/Month[edit]

All-Star[edit]

Season[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

Records[edit]

  • On October 29, Dirk Nowitzki's free-throw streak came to an end at 82, when he missed a free-throw against Memphis. He now holds the record for the third longest free-throw streak.
  • In Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, Dirk Nowitzki of the Dallas Mavericks set a playoff record for most free throws made without a miss with 24, previously held by Paul Pierce (21) in 2003.

Milestones[edit]

  • On November 12, Jason Kidd recorded his 11,000th Assist during a game against the Philadelphia 76ers. He is the second player in the NBA History to achieve it.
  • On June 12, the Dallas Mavericks defeated the Miami Heat in game 6 of the 2011 Finals, to win their first NBA Championship.
  • On June 16, a crowd estimated at 200,000 lined the streets of Dallas for the first ever NBA Championship Victory Parade. A celebration followed inside, at the American Airlines Center for Season ticket holders, and was broadcast on local TV.[17]

Injuries and surgeries[edit]

Rodrigue Beaubois injured his foot during a practice session with the French national squad. Beaubois broke the fifth metatarsal bone in his left foot. He underwent surgery, which was successful, but there is no timetable set.[18] He rebroke his foot after it was healed first and returned to practice at February 8, 2011.[19] He gave his comeback in a game against Sacramento on February 16.

Caron Butler injured his back at a game against the Boston Celtics, he did not play in the fourth quarter. Due to back spams he missed the games against Memphis,[20] the Philadelphia 76ers[21] and the New Orleans Hornets.

Tyson Chandler missed the game against Golden State due to a stomach illness.[22]

Brian Cardinal was out against Utah because of an illness.

Cardinal missed another game with an illness against Oklahoma.

Head coach Rick Carlisle did not made the trip to Oklahoma because he recovered from a minor arthroscopic knee surgery.[23]

At this Oklahoma game, Dirk Nowitzki suffered a sore knee and left the game in the 2nd quarter.[24] The X-Rays after the game were all negative but he had a MRI. The result was a sprained knee which forced him to miss the game against Toronto.[25] Due to the injury he also missed the game versus San Antonio.[26] He made the trip with the team to Milwaukee but did not play in that game.[27] He also was not available for the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. He did not play against Portland either.[28] Due to his sprained righe knee he missed the sixth consecutive game against Oklahoma.[29] He did announce that he will sit out against Orlando.[30] Against Indiana he missed his eight consecutive game.[31] Against the Spurs he missed his ninth game.[32] He made his return against Memphis.[33] At a game against Cleveland he injured his wrist while trying to box out, the x-rays were negative.

Shawn Marion missed the game against Milwaukee due to a thigh contusion.[27]

During the Milwaukee game, Butler injured his right knee and did not return to the game. The injury seemes to be serious said the Mavs staff, an MRI was made Sunday to know more, but he was getting evaluated on Monday.[34] He suffered a ruptured right patellar tendon on his right knee and underwent surgey on Tuesday, January 4 and will miss the reminder of the season.[35]

Chandler missed the games against Memphis and Detroit.

During the first quarter of the Detroit game, Aleksandar Pavlović suffered a broken nose.

Dominique Jones suffered a stress fracture injury in his foot.[36]

José Juan Barea missed the game at Phoenix due to illness.[37]

Chandler left the game at Philadelphia with a sprained ankle at the end of the second quarter.[38] He missed the next two games.[39] He also missed the game against Minnesota.[40] He was back for the game at New Orleans.[41]

Peja Stojaković missed the game at New Orleans due to back and neck issues.[42] After the missed game against New York he did not play against the Los Angeles Lakers. He also missed the two games at Portland and at Golden State. He sat out against San Antonio.[43] He returned to the lineup at the game against Golden State.[44]

Shawn Marion was injured on a flagrant foul during a game at New Orleans and left the game with sore ribs.[45]

Brendan Haywood missed the game at Portland and Golden State due to lower back stiffness.[46] He returned against San Antonio.[43]

Marion was injured during the second quarter of the game against San Antonio and missed the second half, X-rays after the game were negative.[47] He missed the game against Golden State and is listed day-to-day.[44]

Corey Brewer missed the game versus Minnesota.

Chandler missed the game at Portland.[48] He was also out versus Denver.[49]

Beaubois missed Game 1 against Portland due to a foot sprain.[50] He also missed Games 2–5.

During the finals against Miami, Haywood missed Game 3 due to a strained right hip flexor.[51] He returned to play Game 4 but could not move well and just played a bit more than three minutes.[52]

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See also[edit]