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Dallas Mavericks: Best players at each position in the last decade

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The Dallas Mavericks had a phenomenal run in the 2010s. Here is a list of the top Mavs at each position from the last decade.

The Dallas Mavericks have had no shortage of roster turnover. Some players have last longer than others. The level of fan excitement ranged depending on the acquisition. Some of them never even donned the jersey. Then, there are players that are truly memorable. The ones who leave a lasting impact on the game, the fans, and the organization.

The Mavs have had plenty of greats over the years. Players like Steve Nash, Michael Finley, Antawn Jamison, and Jerry Stackhouse. Going back further, the list includes Derek Harper, Rolando BlackmanBrad Davis, and others.

Each decade brings about a new set on stars for the Mavericks. Today, we will examine the team’s best talents from 2010-2019.

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It would be great to add Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis to the list already, but it would be unfair.

While Luka won Rookie of the Year and has posted phenomenal numbers, other point guards in a Mavs uniform accomplished more. Give him time. Doncic figures to headline the list for the next decade.

Porzingis did not play for Dallas in the final season (2018-2019) of the decade, so he is not eligible for inclusion.

There were a number of factors that went into creating this list such as service time, accomplishments, and memorable moments. There were many difficult decisions in reaching the finish line. Plenty of players finished neck and neck. Ultimately, it came down to who produced more.

So here it goes, the top five players at every position during the 2010s. Feel free to disagree with any of them and let the debate begin.

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