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Dallas Mavericks Fortify Link with GM Nico Harrison through New Contract

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“The expertise and leadership Nico Harrison has displayed within the Dallas Mavericks framework has been noteworthy,” pronounced Dallas Mavericks Owner Patrick Dumount. “His foresighted leadership and unyielding commitment to our athletes, as well as to the leadership cadre, have propelled our team to achieve two playoff berths in three years and, notably, this year’s impressive rise to the NBA Finals stage. We are overflowing with pride to guarantee his presence for a prolonged period, and we eagerly anticipate witnessing his ongoing contributions to the sturdy legacy of success he has played a pivotal role in establishing.”

“I am profoundly thankful to Patrick and the whole Dumont and Adelson family for their continued trust and endorsement, and to Mark for gamboling on an individual with a distinctive pedigree,” stated Dallas Mavericks General Manager Nico Harrison. “Right from the beginning, Patrick and his family welcomed me into their fold, and it’s an honor to work side by side with them and Jason Kidd as we endeavor to foster a winning culture here in Dallas.”

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On June 28, 2021, Nico Harrison took on the role as the Dallas Mavericks’ general manager. His tenure is distinguished by the August 2021 momentous extension signing of Luka Dončić to an extraordinary rookie supermax contract and the 2023 NBA Draft additions of Dereck Lively II and Olivier-Maxence Prosper. Additionally, his role encompassed the crucial mid-season trade maneuvers in the 2023-24 season, such as the acquisitions of Daniel Gafford and P.J. Washington Jr., which launched Dallas to claim its fifth division title and its third NBA Finals showing in the franchise’s annals.

Before his tenure with the Mavericks, Harrison devoted 19 years at Nike, culminating in his promotion to Vice President of North America Sports Marketing. His story before Nike includes over six years as a professional basketball player in European leagues.

Image Credit: Nico Harrison @ Instagram


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