One Positive Stat for Every Dallas Maverick’s Player: Part 2

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Welcome back for the 2nd of a 3 part series designed to bring good vibes for MFFLs and hopefully some interesting stats. I have dug through stats for each member of the Dallas Mavericks and will bring forward one key stat that highlights a unique skill or value that they have for this Mavs team.

In Part 1 of this series of positivity I focused on 5 key Dallas Mavericks Players in Luka Doncic, Kristaps Porzingis, Tim Hardaway, Jr., Dwight Powell, and Maxi Kleber. This time I have put together a list of players that have a common theme, efficient playmaking. While each of them have different roles and skills, they are similar in the fact that they are productive offensive players not only scoring but also making plays for teammates without turning the ball over.

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Mavs Dominate With 51 Point Victory Over Clippers

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On Sunday, the Dallas Mavericks played the Los Angeles Clippers as they continue their road trip to start the season. The Mavericks are coming off a 138-115 loss that saw LeBron James and Anthony Davis score 50 points combined. The Mavericks look end their early season woes earn their first win of the season.

On Friday, the Mavericks defense fell apart by allowing 61 rebounds (17 were offensive rebounds) that led to 35 second chance points. The only positive that came was Luka Doncic bouncing back from his disastrous opening night by scoring 27 points against the Lakers. The Mavericks are coming into this game looking to fix their defensive struggles.

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One Positive Stat for Each Dallas Maverick’s Player: Part 1

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The 2020-2021 Dallas Maverick’s season is underway and I for one could not be more excited! Luka Doncic & Company have begun their march to the 2021 Postseason with hopes of advancing to the 2nd round for the first time since the Championship season in 2011. It has been a long drought for Rick Carlisle and the Mavericks and in order for them to ultimately be one of the final four teams in a strong Western Conference we are going to need some good luck and positive vibes to get there. That’s where I come in, I am going to dig up at least one positive statistic for every current Dallas Mavericks player. While it can be easy to point fingers and criticize, especially when we start 0-2 on the season, I want to point out some of the strengths of these players and where the excel.

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Mavericks vs Suns Opening Night Recap

On Wednesday night the Dallas Mavericks played the Phoenix Suns on the road in their first regular season game of the season. The Mavericks are coming off a 129-127 defeat against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday completing the preseason with a record of 2-1. The Mavericks look to start the season in the win column in the very competitive western conference.

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The Best To Never Make It

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It’s All-Star Weekend, a time when we celebrate the best of the best in the NBA. Only a select few players are selected to share the court and forever carry with them the title of NBA All-Star.

There’s always a lot of talk about which players are snubbed from the All-Star Game each year. There are always more deserving players than All-Star roster spots available so someone is bound to get snubbed every year. Most of the time when people feel like a player was snubbed, they are able to make the roster another year.

Then there are those who are deserving but that other chance never comes. This article is dedicated to them, the best to never make it.

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