Dallas Mavericks: Four Trade Destinations For Andrew Bogut

Andrew Bogut and his expiring contract could be a hot commodity on the trade market this winter. Here are four potential trade destinations. After being traded to Dallas (by his choice) this summer from Golden State, Andrew Bogut was supposed to be one of the bigger pieces in getting the Mavericks back into the playoffs. […] Dallas Mavericks: Four Trade Destinations For Andrew...
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Revitalized Wesley Matthews is a Bright Spot for Struggling Mavs

In a season full of disappointments and failure, the revitalized play of Wesley Matthews is a positive aspect for Dallas Mavericks fans to cling to. In the summer of 2015 the Dallas Mavericks offered a 4 year contract worth $70 million dollars to Wesley Matthews. After suffering a brutal achilles injury the season prior, many […] Revitalized Wesley Matthews is a Bright Spot for...
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3 hours ago

Screengrab Snafu: The Kings REALLY ran up the score on the Mavericks last night

We know the Dallas Mavericks are having a very rough season. The proud Mark Cuban-owned franchise have fallen all the way down to SixersLand, just a half game ahead of Philly for the worst record in the NBA at an abysmal 4-17 on the season. A team that was once known for its high octane offense is now averaging a paltry 92.1 points per game. Things are bad in Dallas. But bad enough...
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14 hours ago

Wise on the floor but young in years, Dorian Finney-Smith has made big first impression during his rookie season

If a rookie season is like an Intro to NBA class, consider Dorian Finney-Smith in the advanced placement section — and on the accelerated track. “He just gains more wisdom as he gets his (tail) kicked,” Mavs head coach Rick Carlisle deadpanned recently. Carlisle has even gone as far as to say Finney-Smith takes it personally when opponents score on him. He becomes upset when...
1 day ago

Andrew Bogut’s Days May Be Numbered in a Mavericks Uniform

The Dallas Mavericks have reportedly said that they will be willing to shop Andrew Bogut if the time comes where his trade value is higher than his value to the team. The Mavs picked up the pieces from their predictable free agency strikeout this past offseason, when they snatched Harrison Barnes and Andrew Bogut from […] Andrew Bogut’s Days May Be Numbered in a Mavericks Uniform...
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1 day ago

Harrison Barnes must seek out free throws

Barnes is a light in the dark this season, but he must find ways to make the game easier for himself. With 20 games in the books, it’s safe to say the gamble the Mavericks took on Harrison Barnes in free agency was worth it. In an expanded role, the 24 year old fifth-year forward is in a new role and putting up career highs: 21 points on nearly 46 percent shooting, with six rebounds...
Via Mavs Moneyball
2 days ago

Is Harrison Barnes the NBA’s Most Improved Player?

He’s averaging career bests. The NBA’s Most Improved Player award rewards the player who has grown the most from one season to the next. It’s not awarded based on highly scientific parameters, but it suits a purpose. While there is still a lot of season to be played, one name comes to the forefront. Despite the Dallas Mavericks’ woeful start, there’s no reason Harrison...
Via Mavs Moneyball
2 days ago

Mavericks not looking to trade Andrew Bogut right now, per report

However, Dallas could revisit this scenario if the playoffs are out of reach. The Dallas Mavericks have no immediate plans to trade center Andrew Bogut but will not rule out the idea should the playoffs be out of reach, according to Tim MacMahon of MacMahon said the Mavericks’ focus, while holding the worst record in the Western Conference at 4-15 heading into Monday...
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2 days ago

Dirk Nowitzki Addresses His Lingering Achilles Injury

Dirk Nowitzki’s role has been mostly cheerleader/assistant coach this season. (Dallas Morning News)   On the court, Saturday night’s 107-82 win over the Chicago Bulls was a season-high in terms of good vibes for the Mavericks.  Off the court, the pre and post game feelings weren’t as positive.   About forty five minutes before tip-off, beat writer Earl K. Sneed...
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4 days ago

Cuban criticizes officiating in Clippers-Nets game

DALLAS (AP) Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is again expressing frustration with NBA officials, although this time his criticism has nothing to do with his own team. Prior to the Mavericks' game Wednesday night against San Antonio, Cuban complained about missed traveling and double-dribble calls in the first 15 seconds of the Clippers-Nets game Tuesday night - Brooklyn's Bojan...
Via Associated Press
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Dirk Nowitzki out at least 2 more games with Achilles issue

DALLAS (AP) -- Dirk Nowitzki will be out at least two more games with a right Achilles tendon injury that has contributed to the Dallas Mavericks superstar missing 11 of the first 16 games this season.The 38-year-old Nowitzki returned from an eight-game absence because of the injury and played against the Los Angeles Clippers and Cleveland last week before sitting again at home against...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Cuban says the Mavericks aren’t tanking, but they should

Ravaged with multiple injuries to key starters, the Dallas Mavericks start to the 2016-17 has been an unmitigated disaster. But, despite winning an NBA-low three of 16 games, Mavs owner Mark Cuban isn’t ready to throw in the towel. Cuban said Dallas is always going to compete, as attempting to land the number one pick is no certain guarantee. “Haters gonna hate. We think that...
Via The Comeback
10 days ago  |  Discuss

The End Of The "One Last Shot" Era In Dallas

The Dirk Nowitzki farewell tour is turning out similarly to that of Kobe Bryant’s a year ago. Sure, there may not be the gift-giving, brutal inefficiency, and general basketball horror, but there’s losing -– a lot of losing. At 2-13, the Dallas Mavericks have the worst record in the NBA. And with four back-to-backs in the month of December, their schedule isn’t exactly easing...
Via The Sports Quotient
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Rick Carlisle offers great perspective for 2-11 Mavericks

The 2016-17 season has been tough so far for the Dallas Mavericks, and that’s putting it lightly. Dallas is currently 2-11 and on a six-game losing streak. The Mavs are dead last in the Southwest Division, and they’re also the worst team in the NBA’s Western Conference. To add insult to injury, though, it’s not just the West that Dallas is looking up at. With only two wins...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Mavs Finally Reach The Season Where It Stopped Working

When losing J.J. Barea to injury is a massive problem, you're in it up to your neck. The Dallas Mavericks will be without their mosquito-like guard for at least another month after he tore a calf muscle against the Celtics last week. Most NBA fan bases are quietly pleased when J.J. Barea goes away, but the Mavs need him: Deron Williams has a bum calf too, Devin Harris has yet to...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

The Fall Of Wesley Matthews

In a game against the Dallas Mavericks on March 5, 2015, Wesley Matthews of the Portland Trail Blazers slipped after receiving a pass and tore his left achilles. Less than two months earlier, he became the Blazers' all-time leader in three-pointers made. However, the once nicknamed "Iron Man" and fan favorite would miss the remainder of the season. An achilles tear is known to...
Via The Sports Quotient
20 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kristaps Porzingis effortlessly blocks shot without jumping

New York Knicks big man Kristaps Porzingis often does things that few other NBA players can pull off, and that was the case in Monday night’s game against the Mavericks. Mavericks guard Justin Anderson attempted to drive on him, and that was a really bad idea. He did manage to get close to the hoop, but the shot he put up was swatted away by Porzingis, who didn’t even need to...
Via The Sports Daily
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Mavericks, ESPN appear to have resolved credentials issue

The Mavericks recently caused a stir when they revoked media credentials for two ESPN reporters. The issue now appears to be resolved. News emerged last week that ESPN writers Marc Stein and Tim MacMahon were no longer allowed to cover Mavericks home games for ESPN. Earlier in the week, the two made a joint statement on the matter. Here it is in its entirety courtesy of ESPN. ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Bogut: “This league is so two-faced and everybody is so fake.”

The Golden State Warriors hangover has been one of the most interesting sports stories this past summer. From having Kevin Durant leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder to the team letting multiple valuable players go in the process, the way they have reacted to their defeat at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers may end up shaping the league for years to come. One of the key players...
Via The Comeback
28 days ago  |  Discuss

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