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The Dallas Mavericks have come a long way from the days of Quinn Buckner and Jim Cleamons. This is no disrespect to a point guard like Derek Harper, but he simply can't do these things on his own. The team had to be able to develop a way to play congruent team defense.
The team had plenty of star power when they had the three J's with Jason Kidd, Jim Jackson and Jamal Mashburn. Mashburn in particular was looked at as a main scorer, but you have to really question Jim Jackson's commitment to the defensive end of the floor.
Jason Kidd on the other hand was co-rookie of the year in 1994 with Grant Hill. The teams that were coached under Quinn Buckner were lucky to win 12 games. You want to be able to have building blocks if you are the Dallas
Greg Dreiling and Fat Lever are two of the players that were able to make a contribution to that 1993-1994 team, and you could say that Fat Lever was still in good shape despite the fact that the team did not have a lot of wins on the court.
Decisions had to be made in a much smarter fashion. The team struggled to make proper defensive rotations in the early 1990's, The Dallas Mavericks would correct some of that after they hired Avery Johnson to be their head coach in the 2000s.
Johnson was able to take the Dallas Mavericks to the NBA Finals, but he was not able to score a series victory against the Miami Heat. Alonzo Mourning played a key role on that team as he was able to block a large number of shots.
The team was owned partially by the Perot family, but they really did not take off as a franchise until Mark Cuban became the owner of the Dallas Mavericks. Cuban was willing to hire Don Nelson as the head coach, and he was willing to let Nelson run the kind of offense that he wanted to in order to excite the fans. The team even hired Donnie Nelson Jr. in order to be the General Manager.
The fact that they brought in players like Steve Nash and Michael Finley to build a lot of that early success for Cuban's Mavs should surprise no one that understands Donnie Nelson's philosophy.
The team had some decent playoff runs with players like Keith Van Horn making contributions off of the bench. Heck, even Austin Croshere made a fair number of contributions from the three point line on those Dallas Mavericks teams.
A tough, hard nosed guy like Brian Cardinal was even able to dive on the floor and show other players on the team how to play the game.
The team has been carried by Dirk Nowitzki for a number of years, He was helped by players like Jason Terry and Tyson Chandler as the team finally won an NBA Title.
The Dallas Mavericks even got some help from an aging Peja Stojavich at that point. The Dallas Mavericks simply made the right choices, like signing a veteran in Brendan Haywood.