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24-58, 4th in Southwest
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2dBrian Windhorst

NBA to allow Clarkson, 2 others in Asian Games

Cavs guard Jordan Clarkson is among a trio of NBA players who received a onetime exception by the NBA to compete in the Asian Games. The others are Rockets center Zhou Qi and Mavs forward Ding Yanyuhang.

Dennis Smith Jr. shows crazy hops at workout (0:34)
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6dIan Begley

NBA releases schedule; Kawhi visits Spurs in Jan.

The NBA released its schedule for the 2018-19 season on Friday, with Kawhi Leonard, traded to Toronto in the offseason, scheduled to visit San Antonio in January.

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8d

D. Harris back with Mavs for third stint in Dallas

Veteran guard Devin Harris is returning to the Dallas Mavericks for the third time after signing a $2.4 million free agent contract. The 35-year-old Harris has averaged 11.1 points, 4.1 assists and 1.1 steals in his 917 career games.

Barnes: Some of the best players from around the continent (0:25)
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13d

Mavs re-sign Mejri to help back up Jordan

The Dallas Mavericks have re-signed backup center Salah Mejri, as one of the backups to DeAndre Jordan. Mejri will join former European teammate and rookie third overall pick Luca Doncic.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Mavericks now have 16 guaranteed contracts with the Chinanu Onuaku. The money received from Houston will offset the cost of waiving a guaranteed player plus give the Mavericks additional compensation. Dallas now has $982K in room and will likely sign Salah Mejri, Devin Harris and Ryan Broekhoff. The Mavericks can exceed the cap based on the three players signing for the minimum exception. Dallas still has the $4.5M room midlevel exception available.

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21dSteve Smith

'Rowdy' finally set to make noise in the NBA

From the small Australian town of Frankston to the bright lights of Dallas, Ryan Broekhoff has travelled a long and testing road to realise his NBA dream.

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24d

Mavericks, Clippers make international swap

The Mavericks have acquired the rights to forward Maarty Leunen and cash from the Clippers for two-way forward Johnathan Motley and the rights to guard Renaldas Seibutis.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources: Dirk Nowitzki's one-year, $5 million deal with the Mavs does not include a no-trade clause, meaning no NBA player has one in his contract. As a one-year Bird restriction, Nowitzki still has the right to veto any trade. "Wasn't anything intentional on our end," a Mavs source told ESPN. The Mavs tried to include a no-trade clause — as Nowitzki's past deals have had — but the NBA office said it would be "redundant," another team source said. There is no chance the Mavs would ever consider trading Nowitzki, who will break a record he shares with Kobe Bryant for longest tenure with one team when he begins his 21st season this year.

Elhassan: Ferrell backing out a 'massive blunder' (1:27)
DeAndre Jordan posterizes Knight with monster slam (0:45)
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28dTim MacMahon

Ferrell backs out of Mavericks deal, agent says

Guard Yogi Ferrell and the Mavericks came to terms on a two-year, $5.3 million deal Thursday, but the 25-year-old guard reconsidered overnight, according to his agent.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Mavericks will likely follow a timeline on how they structure each signing by using up to the $6M in available cap space to sign Dirk Nowitzki ($5M team option was declined in June to create room) first. Once Nowitzki is signed, Dallas will exceed the cap by signing Yogi Ferrell (early bird rights), Ryan Broekhoff (minimum exception) and Salah Mejri (minimum exception). The Mavericks will have the $4.4 million room midlevel exception still available to use with 14 guaranteed contracts.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dallas Mavericks hired former WNBA head coach Jenny Boucek as assistant to the basketball staff/special projects, Rick Carlisle announced. Boucek spent last season as a player development coach with the Sacramento Kings, becoming the third woman to hold an NBA coaching position. "I consider her one of the brightest minds in our game and welcome her to Dallas," Carlisle said in a statement.

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Team Stats

Points Per Game102.328th
Rebounds Per Game41.327th
Assists Per Game22.719th
Points Allowed105.412th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-182458.293
2016-173349.402
2015-164240.512
2014-155032.610