Found July 31, 2013 on RealGM:
DeJuan Blair has agreed to a deal with the Dallas Mavericks. Blair was a second round pick in the 2009 NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs. Blair initially found success in the NBA, but fell out of favor with Gregg Popovich.

Report: Blair signing with Mavs not a done deal

Dallas Mavericks’ fans jumped for joy and screamed to the havens – probably – today after former San Antonio Spurs backup center gave the impression via Twitter that he would be making the 275 mile trip north to join the team. Dallas!!!!! Now lets have some fun!!!! — DeJuan Blair (@DeJuan45) July 30, 2013 That “excitement” lasted only for approximately five...

Steve Nash still haunted by the Dirk Nowitzki, Mark Cuban ‘Cowboy’ pic (photo)

It remains one of the most hilariously iconic photos from NBA photo lore: The awful photograph taken for a Sports Illustrated article featuring Steve Nash, Dirk Nowitzki and Mark Cuban wearing cowboy hats. It was taken back during the inception of the Dallas Mavericks Hype Machine, when the Mavs were an up-and-coming team on the [...]The post Steve Nash still haunted by the Dirk...

DeJuan Blair To Sign With The Dallas Mavericks

DeJuan Blair will sign with the Dallas Mavericks, the center confirmed on Twitter Tuesday. According to Marc Stein of ESPN, the deal is expected to be worth one-year at the league minimum of $1.4 million. Dallas!!!!! Now lets have some fun!!!! — DeJuan Blair (@DeJuan45) July 30, 2013 Blair averaged 5.4 points and 3.8 rebounds in a limited role with San Antonio last season.

Mike James Ready For Expected NBA Opportunity

After a resurgent campaign, free agent guard Mike James has been elevating his fitness and has received interest out of a few NBA teams, staying confident about signing with a franchise ahead of training camp for his 12th season. “The expectation is he will sign, he deserves it and so we will see how it shakes out,” James’ agent, Bernie Lee, told RealGM. “Mike simply wants...

Mavericks Near Deal With DeJuan Blair

The Dallas Mavericks are close to a deal with DeJuan Blair. Blair has been expected to leave the San Antonio Spurs for several seasons after he fell out of Gregg Popovich's rotation. The Mavericks will feature the additions of Blair and Samuel Dalembert to the frontcourt this offseason.

Report: Mavericks Nearing Deal With DeJuan Blair

The Mavericks need some more depth along their front line, and DeJuan Blair needs a change of scenery at this point in his NBA career. Sounds like a match made in Heaven. Marc Stein is reporting that the Mavericks and the Spurs restricted free agent, Blair, are nearing terms on a deal. Surprise development in Mavs' big man search: Hearing Dallas in serious talks on signing DeJuan...

Free agent Harris officially rejoins Mavs

DALLAS (AP) -- Free agent Devin Harris has officially rejoined the Dallas Mavericks. The 10th-year guard was acquired as the No. 5 pick on draft night in 2004 and spent his first 3 seasons with Dallas before a trade with New Jersey that brought Jason Kidd back to the Mavericks. Harris originally agreed to join Dallas nearly a month ago, but the contract was held up by concerns...

Devin Harris Signs $1.3M Deal With Mavericks Weeks After Agreeing To $3M Annually

Devin Harris has agreed to a one-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks for the veteran's minimum at $1.3 million. Harris previously agreed to a three-year, $9 million deal with the Mavericks, but it was pulled when it was revealed he had a dislocated toe that required surgery. The Mavericks were unable to offer Harris more than the veteran's minimum due to deals the team subsequently...

Devin Harris gets veteran's minimum

Guard Devin Harris signed a contract Wednesday with the Dallas Mavericks that was significantly smaller than the deal the sides originally agreed to this summer. Harris 30 signed a one-year deal for the veteran's minimum of $1.3 million. Earlier this month the sides mutually agreed to pull a three-year $9 million offer off the table when Harris' pre-signing physical screening...

Mavericks officially sign Devin Harris

After about a month the Dallas Mavericks have finally signed free agent guard Devin Harris. The team initially signed him to a three year, $9 million contract but things fell apart when he failed a physical. The deal was initially called off because of a dislocated toe that needed surgery. ESPN reports now that the deal is for the veterans minimum. Harris, 30, signed a one-year...

Mark Cuban embraces his inner bro

Source: Knicks No Longer Interested In Delonte West

After pursuing Delonte West recently, the New York Knicks are no longer looking into the free agent guard, according to a source. West last played 44 games in the 2011-12 season with the Dallas Mavericks. The Knicks have been scouring free agency for a third point guard behind Raymond Felton and Pablo Prigioni.
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