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Dallas Mavericks: Mavs Gaming dominating the NBA 2K Esports league

December 8, 2009: The Dallas Mavericks logo on the middle of the court before an NBA game between the Phoenix Suns and the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX Dallas defeated Phoenix 102-101 (Photo by Albert Pena/Icon SMI/Icon Sport Media via Getty Images)
December 8, 2009: The Dallas Mavericks logo on the middle of the court before an NBA game between the Phoenix Suns and the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX Dallas defeated Phoenix 102-101 (Photo by Albert Pena/Icon SMI/Icon Sport Media via Getty Images) /
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There is a massive gaming movement sweeping the nation right now. At the very center of the sports genre is the NBA2K league, made up of several NBA team-sponsored teams. The Dallas Mavericks Gaming team has assembled a team of solid competitors.

The Dallas Mavericks e-sports affiliate, Mavs Gaming, who has started the season out at an impressive 9-0 record, is made up of some fierce competitors. The following is each player and the position they have been playing for the team.

Dimez – PG

Dimez has been putting up some impressive numbers this season, as the primary point guard for the squad. He is averaging just shy of twelve points per game and roughly 8 assists. He is no doubt a vital member of the team as he is the team’s main ball handler. His highest assist total this season was in a week four matchup against the T-Wolves Gaming team where he put up 13 assists. With a name like Dimez, he definitely is looking to set his teammates up for some easy buckets.

Sherm – SG

Sherm has primarily played shooting guard this season and has been providing some consistent numbers for his team. He is averaging nearly 7 points a game, and has been a pest on the defensive end with almost 2 steals per game.

Mo – SF

There have been some games this season where Mo has put up some big numbers to help the team remain undefeated. In the second game, of a week two double-header, Mo put up 22 points to help lead his team to an eight-point victory. On the season, he is averaging 16 points per game, along with 3.9 assists. Solid numbers that have definitely been needed along the way.

Rux – PF

Rux has been a model of consistency for the squad averaging almost eight points per game, and 3 rebounds per game. He started off the season red-hot from three-point range shooting a blazing 71.4% in the team’s first three games. Even Stephen Curry would be jealous of a percentage like that!

PeteBeBallin – C

In my opinion, PeteBeBallin has without a doubt been the team’s most valuable player this season. He has been averaging 15.1 points and 9.7 rebounds per game so far. In the second game of a double-header in week four, he stole the show with 21 points and 16 rebounds. The team managed to win the game by a very small margin of four points, so his production is what his team needed to spur them on to victory.

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The team still has a long way to go if they want to pull off a perfect season. With production like that listed above, the team is definitely well on their way. I, for one, look forward to seeing how the team finishes out the season. Good luck the rest of the way, fellas.

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