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With 2.8 seconds remaining in Thursday night’s game in Denver, Andre Iguodala came through in the clutch, hitting the game-winning basket to defeat the Dallas Mavericks 95-94. The Mavs fall to three games under .500 (36-39) with the loss, and with just seven games remaining, the chances of shaving their beards are looking pretty slim.
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Mark Cuban said Tuesday night that he would draft Baylor womens basketball star Brittney Griner with the Dallas Mavericks' second-round pick if she was good enough.
Cuban went on to say that hes thought about making the selection "just to see if she can do it."
On Wednesday, Griner responded via her Twitter account with a tweet to Cuban's account.
@mcuban so when...
The Dallas Mavericks signed free agent guard Josh Akognon to a 10-day contract Wednesday.
Akognon, who was in training camp with the Mavs, is expected to join the team in Denver and be available for Thursday night's game against the Nuggets.
After being one of the last cuts by the Mavericks last fall, the 5-foot-11 Akognon played 36 games in the Chinese Basketball Association...
As the NBA regular season winds down, one can never accurately predict how a team will perform down the stretch, but even without starting point guard, Ty Lawson, the Denver Nuggets sizzled in Utah Wednesday night, annihilating the Jazz 113-96. Denver was able to be stay in the paint and win the battle of the boards; [...]The post Kenneth Faried Smashes Half-Court Alley-Oop From...
Danilo Gallinari and the Denver Nuggets have really perfected the NBA’s best celebration, and I can and will watch this on repeat for the next 24 hours. It is hard not to smile or laugh like a little child after seeing the Nuggets bench erupt in what is now being dubbed the ‘Italian celebration.” The kiss from Danilo is priceless.
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Bench reactions to huge baskets are one of the most entertaining scenes on hardwood, but the Nuggets’ bench and Danilo Gallinari have what could be the best reaction to crucial baskets.
The Italian and his teammates have a pre-planned celebration where the small forward sends a kiss to the bench, which then reacts with what can only be described as … actually, it can’t be described...
JaVale McGee is one of the best athletes in the NBA, though he is better known for his poor decisions that lead to infamous YouTube clips. Fans of McGee’s antics will soon get the chance to see the Nuggets center away from the hardwood, as the Oprah Winfrey Network announced that McGee and his mother will star in their own reality show. The network announced the addition of Millionaire...
Dallas big man Elton Brand is being held out of the Mavericks' game at Denver on Thursday night because of a sore right calf that's been bothering him for a week.
Coach Rick Carlisle said Brand is day to day.
Carlisle said the injury flared up in the team's loss to Indiana on March 28 and affected Brand in subsequent games against the Bulls and Lakers, ''so...
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Dallas Mavericks outspoken owner Mark Cuban says he would consider drafting Baylor All-American Brittney Griner. Cuban told reporters before Tuesday night’s game between the Mavericks and the Lakers that if Griner is the best player available, “I will take her.”Cuban said Griner would have to make the team and he isn’t “opposed to...
Corey Brewer scored 23 points and got a hand on Anthony Morrow's last-second shot to preserve the Denver Nuggets' 19th straight home win, 95-94 over the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday night.
Andre Iguodala's layup with 2.8 seconds put Denver ahead in a game that Dallas dominated.
The win was bittersweet, though. Denver's dreams of a deep playoff run might have taken...
That jumpshot of Danilo Gallinari? Bellissimo!
The young Italian sharpshooter had 21 points in Denver’s 113-96 win over the Utah Jazz Wednesday, and he showed us how the Nuggets get down with their Italian celebration after he makes big shots.
Love the celebration, still not buying the Nuggets as a championship contender.
Danilo Gallinari warned for pathetic flop...
Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma doesn't think much of Mark Cuban's notion of drafting Brittney Griner into the NBA.
Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, said Tuesday night that he would consider drafting Griner, the 6-foot-8 senior standout for Baylor whose career ended over the weekend when the Lady Bears lost in the NCAA tournament.
Cuban told reporters that if Griner...