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22-34, 5th in Southwest

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Dealing Andrew Bogut and/or Deron Williams wouldn't pull the plug on the Mavs fighting for the West's final playoff berth. Dallas recently proved it could win without the two veterans. Williams missed all of the Mavs' 5-2 stretch that included wins over the Spurs, Cavaliers and Jazz. Yogi Ferrell averaged 15.3 points, 4.6 assists and 2.0 steals as the starting point guard during that span, which started after the rookie joined the Mavs on a 10-day deal. Bogut played only eight minutes during that stretch before a hamstring strain sidelined him for eight straight games. Salah Mejri took advantage of the increased playing time during Bogut's absence. Mejri has averaged 5.0 points, 6.9 rebounds and 1.6 blocks in 14.1 minutes in February, when he has a net rating of plus-13.3. "We were able to win some games without those guys, as you said," coach Rick Carlisle said. "If it turns out they're not here, they're not here and this is what we've got. If there are trades, there's a chance there's going to be some players coming back that can help us. Look, we'll see. We'll know by 2 o'clock (CT) tomorrow and we'll go from there."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Mavs PG J.J. Barea (calf) practiced but will miss at least next 3 games. "There's a possibility we'll only have 12 players," Rick Carlisle said, pending possible trades of Andrew Bogut and Deron Williams.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Deron Williams and Andrew Bogut were held out of Mavs practice. "With the trade deadline tomorrow, you can read a lot into that," coach Rick Carlisle said. "That's about all I'm going to say about that."

ESPN Stats & Info

SLC return in the works for D-Will?

ESPN's Tim McMahon and Marc Stein reported Tuesday night the Jazz are interested in reacquiring PG Deron Williams in a trade with the Mavericks. The former No. 3 overall pick posted his best numbers in Utah under Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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Should Dallas trade Bogut?

With the Dallas Mavericks three games out of the West playoffs, center Andrew Bogut has been a popular name in trade talks ahead of Thursday's deadline. Will Dallas move him?

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2dTim MacMahon and Marc Stein

Sources: Jazz interested in reacquiring D-Will

No deal appeared imminent Tuesday night, sources said, but the Jazz have expressed interest in reacquiring Deron Williams via trade from the Mavericks.

Stats & Info

Mavs not expected to complete rebound

The Mavericks have done their best to put a 2-13 start behind them, but BPI currently isn't giving them good odds to make the playoffs. Dallas is three games back of the eighth seed in the West.

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2dMarc Stein

Mavericks drop three notches to No. 19

In a one-time offer, Marc Stein calls upon you, the loyal Power Rankings fan, to provide the arguments for this week's assessments.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources say Mavs' approach to deadline isn't impacted by DeMarcus Cousins deal. The Mavs won't pull the plug on fighting for West's final playoff spot. That doesn't necessarily mean the Mavs won't make a trade, but there will not be a fire sale with Dallas veterans.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Dallas Mavericks guard Wesley Matthews only secures a score of 11 in the 3-Point Contest. He will not advance to second round.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Commissioner Adam Silver said nothing was resolved when he left the Charles Oakley-Jim Dolan meeting. He is "disheartened" to see that Oakley and Dolan have still not made up but he remains "hopeful" Oakley will return to the Garden. Silver said Oakley was "very emotional" during that meeting and said he would think about it when the meeting ended.

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5dSN Staff

Vote: Pick the All-Star Saturday winners

All-Star Weekend will feature some big names and some young hotshots. Who's going to steal the show in the 3-point and slam dunk contests?

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6dOhm Youngmisuk

Cuban on '46' jersey: 'It was to tweak everyone'

Mavs owner Mark Cuban said the No. 46 jersey he wore in Friday's All-Star Celebrity Game -- an apparent jab at Donald Trump -- was meant "to tweak" everybody, "because that is what I do."

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Cuban calls Mavs' season 'brutal' (0:56)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Cuban will wear the No. 46 jersey at 7 pm EST in the NBA All Star Celebrity Game on ESPN in response to President Trump.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is sending a message with his choice of jersey number tonight. Can you say "Cuban 2020"?

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will wear No. 46 on his West jersey tonight when he plays in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game according to a source. The number is in response to President Donald Trump recently tweeting that Cuban is "not smart enough to run for president!" Cuban and Trump have clashed and the Mavericks owner is set to wear the next President's number on his jersey. Trump is currently the 45th President of the United States.

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Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban can't believe he's playing in All-Star Weekend and Dirk Nowitzki is not.

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Jackson shines in Pistons' win over the Mavs (0:50)

Team Stats

Points Per Game98.130th
Rebounds Per Game38.330th
Assists Per Game20.327th
Points Allowed100.44th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2016-172234.393
2015-164240.512
2014-155032.610
2013-144933.598
2012-134141.500

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