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Dallas Mavericks

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Joined the National Basketball Association as an expansion team in 1980. Owned since 2000 by celebrity billionaire Mark Cuban. League champions in 2011.

Official Website:
http://www.mavs.com/

Location:
Dallas, TX

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Alford
Basketball
23-Nov-1964   Head Coach, UCLA
Rick Carlisle
Basketball
27-Oct-1959   Head Coach, Dallas Mavericks
Vince Carter
Basketball
26-Jan-1977   Memphis Grizzlies dunker
Mark Cuban
Basketball
31-Jul-1958   Broadcast.com founder bought Dallas Mavericks
Adrian Dantley
Basketball
28-Feb-1956   Former NBA small forward
Derek Fisher
Basketball
9-Aug-1974   All-Star NBA point guard
Del Harris
Basketball
18-Jun-1937   Head Coach, LA Lakers, 1994-99
Kris Humphries
Basketball
6-Feb-1985   Boston Celtics, married a Kardashian
Avery Johnson
Basketball
25-Mar-1965   NBA Coach
Jason Kidd
Basketball
23-Mar-1973   Ten-time NBA All-Star point guard
Steve Nash
Basketball
7-Feb-1974   Los Angeles Lakers point guard
Don Nelson
Basketball
15-May-1940   Bucks, Knicks, Mavericks, and Warriors ex-coach
Dirk Nowitzki
Basketball
19-Jun-1978   Forward, Dallas Mavericks
Lamar Odom
Basketball
6-Nov-1979   L.A. Clippers forward
Dennis Rodman
Basketball
13-May-1961   Eccentric ex-pro basketball player
Rajon Rondo
Basketball
22-Feb-1986   Dallas Mavericks point guard
Sam Vincent
Basketball
18-May-1963   Former Coach, Charlotte Bobcats
Randy Wittman
Basketball
28-Oct-1959   Head Coach, Minnesota Timberwolves


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