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Being one game below the .500 mark seven weeks into the season, the Suns failed to live up to their own expectations as they struggled to perform up to this point. Thus, Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns will enter another difficult game when they visit the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday at 2:30 a.m. GMT.

 

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Even though the Mavs’ 12-game winning streak came to an end when they dropped one versus the Milwaukee Bucks earlier this week, the veteran team around All-Star Dirk Nowitzki is still hanging on to a great 19-5 record and the second place in the Western Conference. Allowing their opponents to score just 93 points per contest, Dallas has been playing much better defense than in recent years and is hoping to finally make the championship run the team has been waiting for. Especially Dirk Nowitzki has been playing on a MVP-level as the 32-year old power forward put up 25.2 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.3 assists per contest. Either way, the Mavericks will undoubtedly enter their home game versus the Suns as everyone’s favorites to secure their 20th win of the season on Saturday night.

 

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Posted: 18th February 2010

 

After a series of disappointing losses, the Mavs find themselves under considerable pressure to get back on track and secure home-court advantage for the post-season. Thus, the Dallas Mavericks will host Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns at American Airlines Center on Thursday at 2 a.m. GMT.

 

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Having won just four of their last ten games and struggling since mid-December, the Mavericks' front-office finally pulled the trigger on a blockbuster deal that could elevate them to contender level. More specifically, Marc Cuban opted to send Drew Gooden, Josh Howard, Quinton Ross and James Singleton to Washington in exchange for Brendan Haywood, Caron Butler and DeShawn Stevenson. Obviously, Dallas is taking on more payroll but also gets a legitimate 7-feet starting center and former All-Star forward Caron Butler. Being just fourth in the Western Conference, the Mavs cannot afford to continue falling back behind the Denver Nuggets and Utah Jazz.

 

The Suns on the other hand are struggling to stay in the playoff race and are currently seventh in the West with a 31-22 record. That said, things could change quickly in Arizona as the franchise has signaled its willingness to let go of All-Star forward-center Amar'e Stoudemire before the trade deadline. Either way, Phoenix will have to work on their defensive schemes as they are the second worst defensive team in the league at nearly 108 points per contest. One positive surprise has been starting point guard Steve Nash who is having one of the best years of his career, averaging no less than 18.3 points, 11.1 assists and 3.3 rebounds per contest. Taking everything into consideration, the Mavs might have a slight advantage over the Suns but will have to play up to their full potential to prevent another loss at home. Likewise, it remains to be seen what impact the integration of three new players will have on Dallas' performance in the first few games after the trade.

 

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Posted: 9th Dec 2009

 

Although the Phoenix Suns are holding on to an excellent 14-5 record after five weeks of play, the team around Amar’e Stoudemire is looking to snap a two-game losing streak as soon as possible. Thus, the Suns will make their way to Texas where they will face Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday at 1:30 a.m. GMT.

 

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Without any doubts, Dallas Mavericks fans are fairly content with the performance of their team one month into the season. Being tied for the second place in the Western Conference, the Mavs got off to a 14-5 run to start this year’s NBA campaign and are just one game behind the Lakers. Given the fact that Dallas still misses All-Star Josh Howard and had to play half of their games without Shawn Marion and Erick Dampier, Rick Carlisle’s squad could very well stay in the race for home-court advantage once everyone is healthy again. Provided the Mavs keep up their level of play, Dirk Nowitzki might find himself back in the MVP discussion as he put up 27.0 points, 8.4 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.5 blocks per game.

 

In contrast, the Phoenix Suns got off to a great start but slowed down a bit when they lost two straight last week. Relying entirely on their explosive offense, the Suns seem to be overdue for losing games on bad offensive nights from time to time. That said, it remains to be seen how often the aforementioned droughts may take place over the course of the regular season. Offensively, Steve Nash and company have been spectacular and managed to put up 110 points per contest in the first month of action. Considering how both teams have played so far, the Mavs and Suns might be on a level playing field when the game gets underway on Wednesday night. Both have their fair share of offensive firing power, yet the energy level at the other end of the floor could decide the game. One mismatch to look out for will be Erick Dampier in the low-post area dealing with Phoenix’ undersized front-court.

 

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Tags: Steve Nash, Milwaukee Bucks, Dirk Nowitzki, Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, NBA, Marc Cuban, Caron Butler, NBA live, Erick Dampier
Posted: 18th December 2010

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