Sean Rooks had a long-lasting basketball career, in which he assisted teammates and future players in any way possible.
Randy White was a successful college basketball player that had an adventurous basketball career.
Lever had a memorable career that injuries put an end to. The Mavericks didn’t get to witness his full potential due to the injuries he sustained while on the team. Despite the injuries that he experienced later in his career, he was rewarded for his hard work in college and the NBA with a handful of honors.
Smith had his ups and downs while part of the Mavericks. Even though he wasn’t able to repeat the success he had in his college years he was still honored for what he was able to achieve during his collegiate and professional career.
Terry Davis went undrafted in the 1989 NBA Draft. He signed as a free agent with the Miami Heat. Davis played in a majority of the Heat games during his rookie and […]
On February 10, 2022, the Dallas Mavericks traded Kristaps Porzingis and a protected 2022 second-round pick, top-45 protected, to the Washington Wizards, for Spencer Dinwiddie and Davis Bertans. Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark […]
During Steve Alford’s high school and collegiate career, he was a star in his home state of Indiana. In 1983, his senior year of high school, Alford earned the Indiana Mr. Basketball […]
Herb Williams was traded mid-season in 1989 to the Dallas Mavericks, from the Indiana Pacers for Detlef Schrempf and a 1990 second-round draft pick. During his first half-season with the Mavericks, he […]
Bill Wennington was selected by the Dallas Mavericks 16th overall in the 1985 NBA Draft. In his first season in Dallas, the center averaged 3.4 points per game (PPG), 2.4 rebounds per […]
Kurt Nimphius signed with the Dallas Mavericks on September 2, 1981. He was drafted by the Denver Nuggets a year before but he never played with them, only taking part in their […]
Jay Vincent was selected by the Dallas Mavericks’ 24th overall in the 1981 NBA Draft. As soon as he arrived in Dallas, he took the ball and ran with it. In his […]
Detlef Schrempf was selected by the Dallas Mavericks 8th overall in the 1985 NBA Draft. He started his career averaging 6.2 points per game (PPG), 3.1 rebounds per game (RPG), 1.4 assists […]