|League||ABA (2006–07), (2008–11), (2013–15)
Premier Basketball League (2015–present)
|Team history||Rio Grande Valley Silverados (2006–08)
Southeast Texas Mustangs (2008–09)
Southeast Texas Mavericks (2009–11)
Shreveport-Bossier Mavericks (2013–15)
Kentucky Mavericks (2015–present)
|Based in||Owensboro, Kentucky|
|Arena||Owensboro Sports Center|
|Colors||Blue, Red, White
|Owner(s)||Jerry Nelson, Jr.|
|Head coach||Steve Tucker|
|Championships||4 (2010), (2011), (2014), (2015)|
|Division titles||4 (ABA)|
Originally known as the Rio Grande Valley Silverados, the team was a member of the Continental Basketball Association. Owned by McAllen businessmen Art Gonzalez and Kevin Mitchell, the Silverados were based out of McAllen, Texas and played their home games at the McAllen Convention Center.
In the team's inaugural ABA season of 2008-09, the team played in Beaumont. The Mustangs proved to be a force to be reckoned with winning 27 of their first 28 games, many by margins of 50 points or more. Their only loss was a one-point defeat in the final seconds of the game to the Texas Fuel. The Mavericks rose to the top of the ABA Power Rankings early in the season and did not fall from that perch until suffering defeat in the ABA Playoff Semifinals.
On May 14, 2009, owner Jerry Nelson announced the new name and logo. The team name was changed to Southeast Texas Mavericks.
The name had changed, but the game remained much the same for the franchise as the Mavericks consistently remained atop the ABA Power Rankings. On January 25, 2010 the Mavericks set an ABA record for victory margin by beating the New Mexico Rim Rockers 158-72. The margin of 86 points erased the old mark of 81 set by the Kentucky Colonels in the 2004-05 season.
The Southeast Texas Mavericks were ranked third in the MLN Sports Zone Minor League Pro Basketball Top 10 for January 2010, ahead of teams from the NBA Development League, Premiere Basketball League among others.
After dominating the ABA for the three-straight seasons, the owners of the Mavericks decided to leave the ABA and seek a more challenging professional basketball league. The Mavericks contacted the NBA Development League office about possibly buying a franchise and beginning the process of becoming a member.
After numerous meetings with NBA D-League officials, Mavericks’ owner Jerry Nelson accepted the league's "No" response to their request to join the D-League. The team sat out the next two seasons. In 2013, Nelson made the decision to return to the ABA and relocated the team to Shreveport.
During their time in Shreveport, the Mavericks compiled a total record 66-0, including a 50-0 record at the Hirsch Coliseum, which was their home arena. Along with going 66-0, the Mavericks compiled two league championships as well.
The Mavericks had much success in their time in Shreveport, but in the offseason of 2015, the Mavericks announced that they would be moving, and the city they chose was Owensboro, Kentucky. They also changed leagues from the ABA to the Premier Basketball League. In their first game in a new league and the new city, the Mavericks took on defending PBL Champions, the Rochester Razorsharks. The Mavericks defeated the Razorsharks handedly, winning by a score of 108-88.
On February 14, 2016 the Mavericks extended their win-streak to 103 games, having not lost a game since December 2010. On March 6, 2016, the Mavericks winning streak came to an end, as they were defeated by the Rochester Razorsharks, by a score of 105-99.
|2008-09||27||2||93.1%||ABA SW Division Champion. Lost in playoff semifinals.|
|2009-10||23||3||88.5%||ABA League Champions|
|2010-11||23||1||95.8%||ABA League Champions|
|2013-14||30||0||100%||ABA League Champions|
|2014-15||32||0||100%||ABA League Champions|
|Totals||166||8||95.4%||4 ABA League Championships|
|Anthony Jackson||#33||PG||5'11"||Columbus State University|
|Jamal Fenton||#23||PG||5'9"||University of New Mexico|
|Dwayne Lathan||#20||SG||6'3"||Indiana State University|
|Mike Crain||#11||SG||6'3"||Valdosta State University|
|Matthew Karn||Practice Player||SG||6'3"||University of Nebraska|
|PJ Couisnard||#3||G/SF||6'4"||Wichita State University|
|Cordarius Johnson||#14||SF||6'6"||Louisiana Tech University|
|Jerrell Lewis||#7||PF||6'7"||Tennessee State University|
|Lamar Sanders||#44||PF||6'6"||Lamar University|
|Brandon Davis||#13||PF||6'7"||University of South Alabama|
|Rafael Johnson||#45*||PF||6'6"||Wiley College|
|Jon Rogers||#34||C||6'9"||Valdosta State University|
|Alex Sanders||#50||C||6'9"||University of Louisville|
|Gerard DeVaughn||#32||C||6'9"||Stillman College|
|Coach Steve C. Tucker||2007-2008|
|Coach Steve C. Tucker||2008-2009|
|Coach Steve C. Tucker||2009-2010|
|Coach Steve C. Tucker||2010-2011|
|Coach Steve C. Tucker||2011-2012|
|Coach Steve C. Tucker||2013-2014|
|Coach Steve C. Tucker||2014-2015|
|Coach Steve C. Tucker||2015-2016|
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