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Dallas Mavericks 2022-2023 season: team, players, roster, schedule, preview and more

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The keys to the Mavs’ year.

The Season 2022-2023 from NBA is here. And that renews interest in one of the teams that has one of the most diverse young stars in the competition: yes, the Luka Doncic’s Dallas Mavericks.

After posting their best record in more than a decade, the Mavs enter a new campaign with renewed hopes, but a somewhat short team to replicate last year’s success.

Therefore, it is time to review it keys, roster, players and calendar of the Dallas Mavericks in 2022-2023.

Roster, team and players | A key player | The story that follows | Calendar

The Dallas Mavericks 2022-2023 team: roster and players

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Player Position Height (meters) Age Salary
Luka Doncic Base 2.01 23 37 cm
Spencer Dinwiddie Base 1.96 29 20.1 million**
Frank Dilikina Base 1.93 24 2M
Tim Hardaway Shooting guard 1.96 30 19.6 cm
Jaden Hardy Shooting guard 1.93 twenty 1 M
Tyler Dorsey* Shooting guard 1.96 26
Theo Pinson Shooting guard 1.96 27 1.8 cm
Josh Green Shooting guard 1.96 Twenty-one 3M
Reggie Bullock shooting guard-wings 1.98 31 10 cm
Dorian Finney-Smith Eaves 2.01 29 12.4 cm
Davis Bertans Eaves 2.08 29 16 cm
Maxi Kleber Inside 2.08 30 9 M
Christian Wood Inside 2.08 27 14.3 cm
Dwight Powell Inside 2.08 31 11 M
JaVale McGee Inside 2.13 3. 4 5.6 cm

*Two-way contract | ** Partially guaranteed

  • Coach: Jason Kidd
  • Training camp contracts: Tyler Hall, McKinley Wright IV, Mouhamadou Gueye

The likely starting lineup for the Dallas Mavericks in 2022-2023

  • Luka Doncic
  • Tim Hardaway Jr.
  • Reggie Bullock
  • Christian Wood
  • Maxi Kleber

Key player for the Dallas Mavericks

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The main reason why the Dallas Mavericks have once again become a reference point for fans in recent seasons has a name and a surname: Luke Doncic. The Slovenian star who came to revolutionize the league has proven year after year that he has enough potential to become the next hegemonic dominator of the NBA. With unparalleled talent and a formidable ability to score and distribute, the former Real Madrid man enters his fifth season aiming to confirm that what he saw last season was no fluke.

At this point no one doubts Doncic is one of the 10 best players in the NBA, someone skilled enough to pull off the most remarkable stats when the occasion calls for it. The fundamental question with the Slovenian is whether he will be able to consolidate his leading position after leading in the second half of last season.

Ljubljana proved after the departure of Kristaps Porzingis that he was in complete control of the locker room and that the team responded positively to his direction. Not only that, but when he was unavailable the collective stepped up. Now the task will be more complex due to the different expenses in the team, in such a way that Doncic is back to square one. This carries high risk for the Mavs, ie increasing the use of Slovenian in normal phase it can constantly wear you down for the playoffs as well as shape long-term results.

Luca will have to find the balance between excellence and load management again, all in a season where the West will be wild again.

The story ahead for the Dallas Mavericks in the 2022-2023 season

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There are times when the outcome of a group depends heavily on the decisions made in out of season and that they cannot be modified throughout the season. management of Dallas Mavericks It’s been a few months in the market that haven’t been easy.

And it is that his loss Jaylen Brunson for nothing, it left an irreplaceable void for Jason Kidd, since the only option to capitalize on his bye was through a signature&trade that never came That limited the wiggle room for the Mavs, whose only additions via free agency or trades were Christian Wood and JaVale McGee. While the inside game has been an area for strengthening, the fact that they haven’t been able to add any secondary coach could mean a huge limitation of the Texans’ potential in the 2022-2023 season.

Nico Harrison will have to make the odd move if he wants to make the most of the team’s Playoff picks. The problem is that it has no assets to trade that interest other sets. The only tricks he has are figures like Hardaway, Dinwiddie and Bertansnames with very high salaries relative to their contribution on the pitch, hence their room for maneuver is very limited.

Will Jason Kidd turn stone to gold again or will he remain stuck in the terrible Midwest?

    The Dallas Mavericks 2022-2023 schedule

    preseason

    Date Schedule (MX, US, AR, ES) Opponent
    Wednesday, October 5 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m., 2:00 a.m. (Thursday) Oklahoma City Thunder
    Friday October 7th 19:30, 20:30, 21:30, 2:30 Orlando Magic
    Friday, October 14 8:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m., 3:00 a.m. Utah Jazz

    Full schedule of the Regular Phase (click here)

    What is the Dallas Mavericks first game of the 2022-2023 season?

    The first match of the Dallas Mavericks regular season in this 2022-2023 will be the Wednesday, October 19. The The opponent will be the Phoenix Suns in a match to be held at the Footprint Center in Phoenix.

    Date Schedule (MX, US, AR, ES) Opponent
    Wednesday, October 19 9:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m., 4:00 a.m. Phoenix Sans

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    Tyrese Maxey stole the show in Donovan Mitchell’s Cleveland Cavaliers debut

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    His followers Cleveland Cavaliers they saw Donovan Mitchell dress from first time the colors of his franchise, during Wednesday’s preseason game between the Cavs and the Philadelphia 76ers. And beyond his few minutes on the court (18:58), the former Jazz has already shown why he promises to be one of most impactful integrations for 2022-2023.

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    Global shock for Victor Webanyama, the beast who has never seen basketball

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    Giannis Antetokounmpo: Those are the elements he wants in his game from the NBA legends

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