SINCE  they posted their first 50-win season in 13 years in 2000-2001, the Dallas Mavericks have been on the fringes of true greatness but have always come up short. Mainly relying on the “Big Three”—forwards’ Dirk Nowitzki and Michael Finley and spitfire Steve Nash— the Mavericks evolved into one of the deadliest shooting teams in recent history with the penchant of outscoring the other side to win.

Dallas reached new heights the season before last when they started with a 14-0 win-loss record. They also posted a franchise record as they posted an impressive 60-22 record and actually advanced to the Western Conference Finals before bowing to the eventual World Champion, San Antonio Spurs.

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