Found February 17, 2012 on
Doug Collins sits, the Philadelphia 76ers' coach believes Dallas Mavericks point guard Jason Kidd plays a totally different game than everyone else.
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Lamar Odom may be 6’10″ and outrageously talented as a basketball player, but one skill he is lacking is the ability to sing. In this video posted by the Dallas Mavericks’ official YouTube account (by way of I am a GM), Odom sings ABC by The Jackson 5. He’s so off-tune it would have been difficult to know what he was singing if he didn’t tell us. One thing we know is...
Mark Cuban can be overbearing sometimes, like when he wanted to get the Mavericks championship bracelets instead of rings, or when he celebrated the Heat’s struggles. But Cuban can also be awesome, especially when he’s talking about partying.
The Cubes paid $40,000 to keep the annual Greenville Avenue St. Patrick’s Day Parade alive in Dallas (it would have been cancelled if...
In the second year of his return to coaching, Doug Collins has his young 76ers at the top of the Atlantic Division.
Shawn Marion has made a season out of guarding - and shutting down - some of the NBA's most prolific point guards.
After suffering through their worst shooting effort of the season, the Philadelphia 76ers may be able to get untracked against their next opponent.
The 76ers have used hot shooting performances to win three straight over the Minnesota Timberwolves but will have to contend with a surging Kevin Love on Sunday night at the Target Center.
Philadelphia (20-11) finished at 33.7 percent...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is good for the NBA because he’s so unfiltered. You need someone that unorthodox to balance a room full of Brooks Brother’s suits at the owners meetings. So I wasn’t surprised Cuban would tell ESPN...
After sweeping a three-game homestand in Big D, the defending champion Dallas Mavericks will take their five-game winning streak to the road for back-to-back games, starting with tonight's showdown against the Philadelphia 76ers at Wells Fargo Center.
The Dallas Mavericks have won five straight, but extending that streak won't be easy with a backcourt that's becoming more depleted by the day.
After a recent stretch that's hardly lived up to their expectations, the Philadelphia 76ers would love to take advantage.
Jason Terry and Delonte West won't be available Friday night in Philadelphia as the Mavericks try...
Dirk Nowitzki had 28 points and 12 rebounds, and the Dallas Mavericks erased a 15-point deficit with a dominant second half to beat the Philadelphia 76ers 82-75 on Friday night.
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