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2004-05 Dallas Mavericks Transactions

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Record: 58-24, Finished 2nd in NBA Southwest Division (Schedule and Results)
Coach: Don Nelson (42-22), Avery Johnson (16-2)

PTS/G: 102.5 (3rd of 30) ▪ Opp PTS/G: 96.8 (14th of 30)
SRS: 5.86 (3rd of 30) ▪ Pace: 92.7 (9th of 30)
Off Rtg: 110.3 (4th of 30) ▪ Def Rtg: 104.1 (9th of 30)
Expected W-L: 57-25 (4th of 30)

Arena: American Airlines Center ▪ Attendance: 822,533 (3rd of 30)

NBA 2005 Playoffs:
Lost NBA Western Conference Semifinals (2-4) versus Phoenix Suns  (Series Stats)
Won NBA Western Conference First Round (4-3) versus Houston Rockets  (Series Stats)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2005.
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July 26, 2004

Traded Danny Fortson to the Seattle SuperSonics for Calvin Booth.

August 4, 2004

Traded Tony Delk and Antoine Walker to the Atlanta Hawks for Alan Henderson, Jason Terry and a 2007 1st round draft pick. Dallas did not receive the 1st round pick because it was lottery protected; they received cash instead.

August 24, 2004

Traded Luis Flores, Christian Laettner, Eduardo Najera, cash, Mladen Sekularac, a 2007 1st round draft pick (Petteri Koponen was later selected) and a future 1st round draft pick to the Golden State Warriors for Erick Dampier, Dan Dickau, Evan Eschmeyer and Steve Logan. Golden State also received a trade exception from Dallas.

September 14, 2004

Signed Didier Ilunga-Mbenga as a free agent.

September 30, 2004

Signed Avery Johnson as a free agent.

October 23, 2004

Evan Eschmeyer retired.

October 28, 2004

Avery Johnson retired.

December 3, 2004

Traded Dan Dickau and a 2005 2nd round draft pick (Marcin Gortat was later selected) to the New Orleans Hornets for Darrell Armstrong.

February 24, 2005

Traded Calvin Booth and Alan Henderson to the Milwaukee Bucks for Keith Van Horn.

March 1, 2005

Signed Alan Henderson as a free agent.