What do we make of Daryl Morey's tenure as a GM? And have his mistakes actually been a good thing for his self-preservation?
Patrick Redford and Miles Wray examine the special brand of lunacy that has descended upon the league's Texas teams thus far in Free Agency 2014.
The Houston Rockets' GM Daryl Morey's getting a lot of criticism for losing out during NBA Free Agency, but maybe Houston's not in such bad shape.
Nobody's perfect, and Daryl Morey's no exception. But he's still pretty, pretty good.
Chandler Parsons is bringing all of his panache and chutzpah to Dallas. Get ready to swoon, Mavs fans.
In 2013, Mark Cuban seemingly unveiled a new approach to NBA team building. In 2014, he signed Chandler Parsons. Something here does not compute.
Chandler Parsons will now be a Dallas Maverick after the Houston Rockets failed to match his offer, compounding a difficult offseason for Daryl Morey and Co.
From the moment LeBron James made his decision to return to Cleveland, nothing in NBA free agency went as planned. Oh, what might have been.
Through some devious dealings by Mark Cuban with free agent Chandler Parsons, the Houston Rockets may have just received the Atomic Wedgie of the summer.
Chandler Parsons signed his three-year, $46 million contract with the Dallas Mavericks in an Orlando nightclub and partied it up with Mark Cuban