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.
In 2013, Mark Cuban seemingly unveiled a new approach to NBA team building. In 2014, he signed Chandler Parsons. Something here does not compute.
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
The NBA Draft Lottery is rigged, as the Cleveland Cavaliers proved Tuesday night by winning their third lottery in four years. But it's not by the NBA powers that be. There are bigger forces at play here, and those forces have a name: The Law of Attraction.
Is Dirk Nowitzki's twilight being wasted, or is Dallas just waiting for the right time?
The 2014 Dallas Mavericks maximized their potential and Dirk Nowitzki's supreme talents. Mark Cuban's philosophy on roster-building will stunt any success beyond, though.
In making a "slippery slope" argument quasi-defending Donald Sterling, Mark Cuban ignores the concrete duty to combat racism in public entertainment.
[caption id="attachment_6024" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Mar 22, 2013; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban reacts to a referee call during the game between the Mavericks and the Boston
[caption id="attachment_3685" align="alignright" width="203" caption="Apr 14, 2012; Memphis, TN, USA; Memphis Grizzlies shooting guard O.J. Mayo (32) celebrates after shooting a three point basket