Dallas Mavericks Gain NBA Betting Respect for 2020-21

Dallas Mavericks Gain NBA Betting Respect for 2020-21

January 6th, 2021 NBA Basketball, Sportsbook

The retirement of Mavericks marquee man Dirk Nowitzki left a massive void. In fact, many feared it would cause a permanent setback. The 14-time NBA All-Star led the Mavericks to their only NBA championship in 2011. Of course, he was named NBA Finals MVP for doing so. Nowitzki is from Germany. Ironically enough, another budding European superstar has officially taken the mantle. Namely, Luca Doncic exploded to NBA betting fame last year. Doncic has set the Mavericks on a course as regular contenders. And he draws TV eyeballs. Dallas made the playoffs for the first time since 2016.

2020-21 Dallas Mavericks

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2020-21 Dallas Mavericks SBG Odds Overview

Owing to their remarkable season has Dallas gained sportsbook credibility. Doncic will draw gamblers’ attention.

2020-21 Dallas Mavericks Team Overview

The 2019-20 Dallas Mavericks were 43-32 straight up, 37-35-3 against the spread, and 45-30 over the total. The second place to Houston in the Southwest Division was their finish. The Mavericks lost in the first round of the playoffs to the Clippers. But it was an exciting six-game NBA odds series. Dallas ranked 3rd for scoring and 16th for points allowed. Luka Doncic led the Mavericks in scoring with 29 points per game. Also, did Doncic lead Dallas in assists with 8.8 per game. Kristaps Porzingis was the Mavericks leading rebounder with 9.4 per game.

Since Mark Cuban bought the Mavericks franchise in 2000, he completely transformed it. Cuban paid $285 million and now has a franchise that Forbes values at over $2.4 billion. Doncic will enhance that investment value. Cuban is one of the most unique owners in professional sports. Instead of sitting with billionaires, he’s in the stands with fans. He will often go crazy during games. He has been fined numerous times for public criticism of the NBA and its officials. But he matches those fines with charitable donations. His persona is a big part of the Mavericks brand.

General manager Donnie Nelson has been with the Mavericks since 1998. Of course, he’s the son of NBA legend Don Nelson. Nelson led the Mavericks to ten consecutive playoff appearances. Also were two berths in the NBA Finals and one championship. He has been consistently rated as a top-five NBA general manager.
Coach Rick Carlisle has been in his role with Dallas since 2008. Of course, he was the coach of the 2011 NBA championship team for Cuban. Carlisle was the 2002 NBA coach of the year with Detroit. Carlisle has 794 career regular-season wins and 60 playoff victories. His career win percentage is .573.

Namely, guard Josh Green was the 18th overall selection in the 2020 NBA Draft out of Arizona.
Guard Luka Doncic was the third overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft out of Real Madrid. He was a 2020 NBA All-Star and 2019 NBA Rookie of the Year. Last season Doncic averaged 28.8 points per game. In the NBA Playoffs, he found a whole new level with 31 points, 9.8 rebounds, and 8.7 assists per game. This third-year pro will reach superstar status.

2020-21 Dallas Mavericks SBG Prognosis

In this situation, the Mavericks aren’t ready to win it all. Yet. Correspondingly they’re one of the most promising teams in the NBA. In time they could emerge as a champion.

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