The 2001–02 NBA season was the Mavericks' 22nd season in the NBA. It was also their first season playing at American Airlines Center. During the offseason, the Mavericks acquired All-Star point guard Tim Hardaway from the Miami Heat, but later on traded him along with Juwan Howard at midseason to the Denver Nuggets for Nick Van Exel and Raef LaFrentz. Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash were both selected to the 2002 NBA All-Star Game for the first time in their careers. They finished fourth in the Western Conference and second in the Midwest Division with a 57–25 record, and made the playoffs in back to back seasons for the first time since 1988. In the Western Conference Quarterfinals, the Mavericks swept the Minnesota Timberwolves in three straight games, but then lost the next series in 5 gam

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  • La stagione 2001-2002 dei Dallas Mavericks fu la 22ª nella NBA per la franchigia. I Dallas Mavericks arrivarono secondi nella Midwest Division della Western Conference con un record di 57-25. Nei play-off vinsero il primo turno con i Minnesota Timberwolves (3-0), perdendo poi la semifinale di conference con i Sacramento Kings (4-1). (it)
  • The 2001–02 NBA season was the Mavericks' 22nd season in the NBA. It was also their first season playing at American Airlines Center. During the offseason, the Mavericks acquired All-Star point guard Tim Hardaway from the Miami Heat, but later on traded him along with Juwan Howard at midseason to the Denver Nuggets for Nick Van Exel and Raef LaFrentz. Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash were both selected to the 2002 NBA All-Star Game for the first time in their careers. They finished fourth in the Western Conference and second in the Midwest Division with a 57–25 record, and made the playoffs in back to back seasons for the first time since 1988. In the Western Conference Quarterfinals, the Mavericks swept the Minnesota Timberwolves in three straight games, but then lost the next series in 5 games to the Sacramento Kings. For the season, the Mavericks changed their logo and uniforms. The home jerseys lasted until 2014, while the road jerseys lasted until 2010. Their primary logo is still present as of 2016. (en)
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  • La stagione 2001-2002 dei Dallas Mavericks fu la 22ª nella NBA per la franchigia. I Dallas Mavericks arrivarono secondi nella Midwest Division della Western Conference con un record di 57-25. Nei play-off vinsero il primo turno con i Minnesota Timberwolves (3-0), perdendo poi la semifinale di conference con i Sacramento Kings (4-1). (it)
  • The 2001–02 NBA season was the Mavericks' 22nd season in the NBA. It was also their first season playing at American Airlines Center. During the offseason, the Mavericks acquired All-Star point guard Tim Hardaway from the Miami Heat, but later on traded him along with Juwan Howard at midseason to the Denver Nuggets for Nick Van Exel and Raef LaFrentz. Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash were both selected to the 2002 NBA All-Star Game for the first time in their careers. They finished fourth in the Western Conference and second in the Midwest Division with a 57–25 record, and made the playoffs in back to back seasons for the first time since 1988. In the Western Conference Quarterfinals, the Mavericks swept the Minnesota Timberwolves in three straight games, but then lost the next series in 5 gam (en)
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