Mavericks Sweep ABA Awards
The Southeast Texas Mavericks dominated the ABA Post-Season Awards just like they dominated opponents during this past 2010-11 season.
The Mavericks captured every major award given out by the ABA League Office.
Coach Steve Tucker was chosen as the ABA National Coach of the Year for the 3rd straight season. Tucker is the only coach to win this award for 3 straight seasons
Odell Bradley won the ABA League MVP award. Bradley averaged 16.3 ppg while pulling down 5.1 rpg. A Mavericks player has won the MVP award for the 3rd straight season. Josh Pace and DeRon Rutledge won this award previously.
PJ Cousinard was chosen MVP of the ABA Championship Finals. Bradley and Desmond Cambridge were also on the All-Finals team.
Mavericks Owner Jerry Nelson was tabbed Executive of the Year for the 2nd time in 3 seasons. Nelson built Nutty Jerry's Entertainment Center, which is the home of the SETX Mavericks.
The SETX Mavericks was selected as the Team of the Year. The Mavs compiled a 35-1 record while winning Back to Back Championships. The Mavericks finished the season on a 26 game winning streak and with a 39 game home court Winning streak.
For more information about the SETX Mavericks go to www.nuttyjerrys.Com or www.abalive.com.
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