NBA Dallas Mavericks Mavs Vintage Shirt


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“NBA Dallas Mavericks Sweatshirt” – The product represents a team with a long-standing foundation in the most attractive basketball playground in the US NBA. Accompany the team in every stage of the season, the road is still long and fans always hope that victory will bring more achievements. If you are a crazy fan of basketball, this is definitely a valuable gift for you as well as relatives and friends with similar interests.

NBA Dallas Mavs Vintage Shirt

The Dallas Mavericks, are a professional basketball team in the Southwest Division of the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The team officially became the twenty-third member of the NBA on May 1, 1980, when owner Donald Carter’s Dallas National Basketball Association, Incorporated, was awarded an expansion franchise by the NBA and Commissioner Larry O’Brien.

The Mavericks’ first President and General Manager was Norm Sonju, who sought to bring an NBA franchise to Dallas since 1978, when the Buffalo Braves nearly relocated to Dallas before becoming the San Diego Clippers. Sonju contacted Dallas mayor Bob Folsom to form a group of eight investors led by the Carter family’s Home Interiors and Gifts, Incorporated.

Mayor Folsom and the city of Dallas assisted with constructing the 17,007-seat Reunion Arena in downtown Dallas in 1979. Joining Carter and Sonju in the Mavericks initial leadership hierarchy was Director of Player Personnel Rick Sund, Head Coach Dick Motta, and Assistant Coach Bob Weiss.

The Mavericks’ first regular season game in the newly built Reunion Arena occurred on October 11, 1980, and produced a 103-92 victory over the San Antonio Spurs, but it was only one of fifteen victories in their entire opening season. Some investors feared that Dallas, with its rich football tradition, would not support the Mavericks. Yet, after the first season the team finished a respectable eighteenth in the league in attendance. By the 1985–86 season the Mavericks set an NBA record by filling Reunion Arena to 99.4 percent of its capacity.

The Mavericks’ turnaround began with the arrival of point guard Steve Nash and forward Dirk Nowitzki before the 1998–99 season. In 2000 Internet entrepreneur Mark Cuban purchased the franchise and initiated a new era of free spending for the Mavericks.

Cuban, one of the league’s most flamboyant and outspoken owners, upgraded the team’s facilities and made Dallas an attractive location for free agents for the first time in years. Head coach and general manager Don Nelson oversaw the acquisition of quality supporting talent, and Dallas trotted out high-powered offenses led by Nash, Nowitzki, and sharpshooter Michael Finley.

The Mavericks were routinely one of the top teams in the Western Conference in the first decade of the 21st century, and, despite Nash’s having left Dallas in 2004, they advanced to the first NBA finals berth in team history in 2006, when they lost to the Miami Heat in six games. The Mavericks had the best regular-season record in the NBA in 2006–07 but experienced playoff disappointment: in the opening postseason series, Dallas became the first top-seeded team to lose a seven-game series to an eighth-seeded (lowest-seeded) team, the Golden State Warriors.

Dallas remained one of the NBA’s better teams through the end of the first decade of the 21st century, and in 2009–10 it became the fourth team in league history to post 10 consecutive seasons of at least 50 victories. In 2010–11, behind tremendous playoff scoring by Nowitzki, the Mavericks again advanced to the NBA finals, where they defeated the Heat to capture their first NBA championship.

In 2012–13 an aging Mavericks team posted a .500 record, which brought an end to their 12-year playoff streak. The team rebounded the following season to win 49 games and clinch a postseason berth. Dallas also qualified for the playoffs over the next two seasons, but the team never advanced past the first round in those three appearances.

In 2016–17 a further depleted roster and a less effective Nowitzki resulted in the team posting its first losing record in 17 seasons. In the subsequent two seasons the Mavericks continued to produce losing records, and Nowitzki’s role was further reduced until he retired at the end of the 2018–19 campaign that saw Dallas finish last in its division.

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NBA Dallas Mavericks Mavs Vintage Shirt
NBA Dallas Mavericks Mavs Vintage Shirt


  • Solid colors are 100% cotton; Heather colors are 50% cotton, 50% polyester (Sport Grey is 90% cotton, 10% polyester); Antique colors are 60% cotton, 40% polyester.
  • Made from specially spun fibers that make very strong and smooth fabric, perfect for printing.
  • Knitted in one piece using tubular knit, it reduces fabric waste and makes the garment more attractive.
  • Ribbed knit makes the collar highly elastic and helps retain its shape.
  • Twill tape covers the shoulder seams to stabilize the back of the garment and prevent stretching.
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