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1998–99 Dallas Mavericks season

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1998–99 Dallas Mavericks season

The 1998-99 NBA season was the Mavericks' 19th season in the NBA.[1] Dallas would aquirre point guard Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns. They finished fifth in the Midwest Division with a 19-31 record.


Draft picks

Round Pick Player Position Nationality College
1 6 Robert Traylor PF/C  United States Michigan
2 30 Ansu Sesay F  United States Mississippi
2 35 Bruno Sundov C  Croatia
2 53 Greg Buckner SG  United States Clemson

Robert Traylor was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks for Pat Garrity and Dirk Nowitzki.


4 Michael Finley
11 Chris Anstey
12 John Cortty
13 Steve Nash
14 Luc Longley
20 Brent Price
23 Rex Walters
24 Hubert Davis
30 Jud Buechler
41 Dirk Nowitzki
44 Shawn Bradley
45 A.C. Green

Regular season

Season standings

Midwest Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div
y-San Antonio Spurs 37 13 .740 21–4 16–9 17–4
x-Utah Jazz 37 13 .740 22–3 15–10 15–3
x-Houston Rockets 31 19 .620 6 19–6 12–13 12–9
x-Minnesota Timberwolves 25 25 .500 12 18–7 7–18 11–9
Dallas Mavericks 19 31 .380 18 15–10 4–21 8–12
Denver Nuggets 14 36 .280 23 12–13 2–23 5–16
Vancouver Grizzlies 8 42 .160 29 7–18 1–24 3–18
z - clinched division title
y - clinched division title
x - clinched playoff spot

Game log

Player statistics


Awards and records



  1. ^ "1998-99 Dallas Mavericks". Retrieved 2012-06-11. 

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