Dallas Mavericks Regular Season Rosters
2004-2005 Dallas Mavericks Regular Season Roster
2004-2005 Dallas Depth Chart
|Starters||J. Terry||M. Finley||J. Howard||D. Nowitzki||E. Dampier|
|Rotation||D. Harris||J. Stackhouse||K. Van Horn||A. Henderson||S. Bradley|
|Rotation||D. Armstrong||M. Daniels|
|Lim PT||T. Abdul-Wahad||P. Podkolzin|
|Lim PT||D. Mbenga|
2004-2005 Southwest Division Standings
|1||San Antonio Spurs||59-23||-|
|5||New Orleans Hornets||18-64||41|
2004-2005 Dallas Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Dirk Nowitzki||All-NBA First Team (2005)
|Dirk Nowitzki||Player Of The Month (Dec 04, Feb 05)
|Dirk Nowitzki||Player Of The Week (12/05/04)
|Jason Terry||Player Of The Week (01/23/05)
|Devin Harris||Rookie Of The Month (Nov 04)
|Dirk Nowitzki||Western All-Star Coaches Selection (2005)
|Josh Howard||Rising Stars Challenge Participant (2005)
|Devin Harris||Rising Stars Challenge Participant (2005)
2004-2005 Dallas Season Stat Leaders
|Keith Van Horn||29||23.6||12.2||4.4||1.2||0.5||0.3||1.2|
2004-2005 Dallas Mavericks Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
|Acquired via Draft Rights Trade
Draft Rights to Devin Harris, the #5 pick in the First Round of the 2004 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Dallas Mavericks from the Washington Wizards on June 24, 2004. Devin Harris signed a multi-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks on July 1, 2004.
Draft Rights to Dirk Nowitzki, the #9 pick in the First Round of the 1998 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Dallas Mavericks from the Milwaukee Bucks on June 24, 1998. Dirk Nowitzki signed a multi-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks on January 21, 1999. Dirk Nowitzki signed a multi-year extension with the Dallas Mavericks on October 22, 2001.
Draft Rights to Pavel Podkolzin, the #21 pick in the First Round of the 2004 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Dallas Mavericks from the Utah Jazz on June 24, 2004. Pavel Podkolzin signed a multi-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks on July 27, 2004.
|Acquired via Trade
Tariq Abdul-Wahad was acquired in a trade by the Dallas Mavericks from the Denver Nuggets on February 21, 2002.
Darrell Armstrong was acquired in a trade by the Dallas Mavericks from the New Orleans Pelicans on December 3, 2004.
Shawn Bradley was acquired in a trade by the Dallas Mavericks from the New Jersey Nets on February 17, 1997. Shawn Bradley re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Dallas Mavericks on August 8, 2001.
Erick Dampier was acquired in a sign and trade by the Dallas Mavericks from the Golden State Warriors on August 24, 2004.
Michael Finley was acquired in a trade by the Dallas Mavericks from the Phoenix Suns on December 26, 1996. Michael Finley signed a multi-year extension with the Dallas Mavericks on October 1, 1997. Michael Finley re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Dallas Mavericks on July 23, 2001.
Jerry Stackhouse was acquired in a trade by the Dallas Mavericks from the Washington Wizards on June 24, 2004.
Jason Terry was acquired in a trade by the Dallas Mavericks from the Atlanta Hawks on August 4, 2004.
Keith Van Horn was acquired in a trade by the Dallas Mavericks from the Milwaukee Bucks on February 24, 2005.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Alan Henderson signed a contract as a free agent with the Dallas Mavericks on March 1, 2005.
D.J. Mbenga signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Dallas Mavericks on July 14, 2004.
2004-2005 Dallas Mavericks Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Terdema Ussery||Chief Executive Officer||1997-1998||N/A|
|Floyd Jahner||Chief Financial Officer, VP||2001-2002||N/A|
|Don Nelson||Head Coach, General Manager||1997-1998||Head Coach (New York Knicks, 1995 to 1996)|
|Avery Johnson||Head Coach, Assistant Coach||2004-2005||N/A|
|Charlie Parker||Assistant Coach||1996-1997||Head Coach (USC, 1994 to 1996)|
|Del Harris||Assistant Coach||2000-2001||Head Coach (Los Angeles Lakers, 1994 to 1999)|
|Larry Riley||Assistant Coach||2000-2001||Director of Player Development (Memphis Grizzlies, 1994 to 2000)|
|Mark Bryant||Assistant Coach||2004-2005||N/A|
|Gary Boren||Free Throw Coach||1997-1998||Free Throw Coach (New York Knicks, 1995 to 1997)|
|Donnie Nelson||Assistant Coach, President of Basketball Operations, General Manager||2002-2003||Head Coach (Dallas Mavericks, 2001 to 2002)|
|Keith Grant||Assistant General Manager||1999-2000||Vice President of Basketball Operations (Dallas Mavericks, 1996 to 1999)|
|Monte Mathis||Video Coordinator||2004-2005||N/A|
|Jason White||Assistant Video Coordinator||2000-2001||N/A|
|Reggie Johnson||Scout||2002-2003||Video Coordinator (Dallas Mavericks, 1995 to 2002)|
|George Killebrew||Executive VP||1991-1992||N/A|
|Dwayne Wilson||Equipment Manager||1995-1996||N/A|
|Brad Davis||Player Development Coach||2000-2001||Assistant Coach (Dallas Mavericks, 1992 to 1995)|
|Greg Dreiling||Player Development Coach||2001-2002||N/A|
|Casey Smith||Head Athletic Trainer||2004-2005||Head Strength and Conditioning Coach (Phoenix Suns, 2003 to 2004)|
|Robert Hackett||Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach||2002-2003||N/A|
|Don Kalkstein||Director of Sports Psychology||2000-2001||N/A|
|Dionne Calhoun||Assistant Athletic Trainer||2004-2005||N/A|
|Dr. Tarek O. Souryal||Team Physician||2000-2001||N/A|
|Matt Pinto||Television Play-By-Play||2002-2003||Radio Broadcaster (Dallas Mavericks, 1997 to 2002)|