3:19 PM EST, Wed March 04, 2015

Mavs make most of vet minimums

DALLAS – Nobody maximizes the veteran’s minimum like the Dallas Mavericks. The Mavs have managed to build one of the West’s best benches almost solely with vets who accepted minimum contracts to come to Dallas. With a $3.9 million salary, Devin Harris is the exception for the Mavs’ second unit, and he returned to Dallas on a minimum deal last season. The rest of the reserves in Dallas’ rotation – Amar’e Stoudemire, Al-Farouq Aminu, J.
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Mavericks vs Rockets Final Score: Dallas holds on late against Rockets, 111-100

Playing on a back to back, Dallas gets their first win of the season over their Houston rivals The Dallas Mavericks got their first win of the season over Houston Friday night, defeating the Rockets 111-100. Al-Farouq Aminu came off the bench to lead a balanced Maverick effort with 17 points and 12 rebounds. James Harden continued his MVP-like season, pouring in 26 points , 7 rebounds and 5 assists in defear After another frustrating start, getting down 8-0, the Mavericks went on a tear led by Devin Harris and Al-Farouq Aminu. Harris looked to attack early and often, helping Dallas regain...
Rotoworld Feb 10, 2015

Harris plays 32 uneventful minutes on Monday - Devin Harris (G) Dallas Mavericks

Devin Harris hit just 1-of-8 shots in Monday's loss, finishing with four points, four rebounds, two assists and one block.

Carlisle: Devin Harris’ grit sending a huge message to Mavericks

Rick Carlisle couldn’t gush enough about Devin Harris after the Dallas Mavericks had a weightlifting session Sunday. Carlisle said he walked by Harris’ seat in the locker room and saw his point guard sitting there with two ice bags on …

Harris will play tonight against Golden State

Devin Harris (left knee and ankle) said after the Dallas Mavericks’ shootaround Wednesday that he will play tonight against Golden State. “I’m going to try to give it a go,” he said. “I’m surprised, obviously, with the angle that I …

Harris to play against the Warriors

SAN FRANCISCO -- Dallas Mavericks guard Devin Harris will play Wednesday night against the Golden State Warriors despite significant soreness in his left leg. Harris was injured late in Monday's win over the Minnesota Timberwolves when 295-pound center Nikola Pekovic rolled up on him from behind while chasing a loose ball. The Mavs had listed him as questionable. "Ankle, knee, everything on the left side," Harris said after participating in the Mavs' shootaround.

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