ONE FINE DOZEN
SOME MADE A CAREER WITH THE MAVS WHILE OTHERS JUST PASSED THROUGH, BUT THESE 12 PLAYERS LEFT AN IMPACT ON THE FRANCHISE
MARK AGUIRRE SMALL FORWARD, 1981--82 TO '88--89
The first Mavericks star averaged more than 20 points per game in seven of his eight seasons in Dallas. In 1983--84 he averaged a franchise record 29.5 points and was chosen as the Mavs first All-Star.
ROLANDO BLACKMAN SHOOTING GUARD, 1981--82 TO '91--92
Dallas's current director of player development held team career records for most field goals, free throws and regular-season and postseason points—until being surpassed by Dirk Nowitzki.
SHAWN BRADLEY CENTER, 1996--97 TO 2004--05
A defensive force on many teams that preferred to concentrate on offense, his 1,250 career blocks stand 267 ahead of second-place Nowitzki on the team leader board, though Bradley played in 411 fewer games.
BRAD DAVIS POINT GUARD, 1980--81 TO '91--92
An original Maverick, he used his deft outside touch to shoot better than 50% from the field during seven of his 12 seasons. His 51% career average ranks fifth in team history and first among guards (minimum 100 games).