Dan Lewis: Kirk, it’s time to talk about your favorite team – the Dallas Mavericks! Danny Ainge, notable media leaker, is at it again, this time with a rumored trade involving Mark Cuban’s Mavericks. Care to share what the different rumored… Continue Reading
Vince Carter finally found a second life in Dallas. Can he continue aging gracefully in Memphis? Continue Reading
For Dirk Nowitzki’s Dallas Mavericks, first round playoff exits deem entire seasons failures. Such was the case in 2004 when Don Nelson’s last team was ousted by the Sacramento Kings in five games. The dominant 2007 Mavs will be remembered forever, but on the wrong side of history: they fell after six dramatic games to the eighth-seeded Golden State Warriors. And the 2008 and 2010 squads suffered similar fates, as high aspirations led to new questions and offseason changes after they were easily ousted in late April.
Thunder edge Mavs in Final Seconds of Game 1 MVP candidate Kevin Durant struggled with his jump shot all night long. But did that stop him from taking the last shot in the final seconds when Oklahoma City was down… Continue Reading
What a series, huh? This years remarkable NBA Finals capped off with a remarkable Game 6, one watched by 23.5 million people, producing ABC’s best non-Oscar sunday in five years (and the most watched game 6 since Jordan beat the… Continue Reading
All was fine and dandy when the Dallas Mavericks were soaring amid a blistering 13-game win streak. Now? Not so much. After three consecutive defeats, the Mavericks now face a 3-1 deficit to seasoned San Antonio Spurs, who didn’t seem… Continue Reading
Itâ€™s difficult to know if a different defensive strategy would have helped the Spurs. San Antonio was trailing by small margins for most of the game. If Popovich had doubled Nowitzki, one of Dallasâ€™ three point shooters could have, theoretically,… Continue Reading