Dallas Mavericks: 5 Surprising Statistics from the 2015-16 Season
The Dallas Mavericks finished the season with many different storylines and answers to preseason predictions. So what is the five most surprising statistics from the 2015-16 season?
The Mavericks finished the season 42-40 as the 6th seed in the Western Conference before falling in the first round of the playoffs to the Oklahoma City Thunder. After many predicted the Mavericks to miss the playoffs all together, Dallas surprised everyone and finished better than what many imagined.
With a cast full of veterans headlined by Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas looked to build on chemistry and leadership while the biggest hope was placed in health. Headlined by the injury recoveries of Wesley Matthews and Chandler Parsons, Dallas dealt with a plethora of health problems all throughout the year.
Although not surprising to many, the injuries took a toll on the team as the season went along. Roles of players changed and rotations were switched up, but Dallas kept on fighting. Now the season has ended and we can all look back at the statistics and numbers that some would have never predicted.
With that being said, these are five surprising statistics from the 2015-16 Dallas Mavericks season.
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