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Delonte West, who was waived by the Mavericks on Monday, took to Twitter to get his name out there for any NBA teams trolling social media looking for a player.
According to The Dallas News, the Dallas Mavericks have waived guard Delonte West. NBA teams were to submit their final rosters and for the Mavericks, Delonte West was not on that finalized list. With that said, Delonte West’s stint with the Mavs is officially over. West was actually suspended by the Mavs twice in the last couple of weeks. The team did not state why he...
Delonte West has had so much promise throughout his nine-year career, but his off-court issues continue to haunt him.
West was waived by the Mavericks on Monday while the team cut its roster to 15 players according to the Dallas Morning News. West had been suspended by Dallas twice in the last two weeks, first for a locker room outburst and again for conduct detrimental...
NBA teams have to shave their rosters down to 15 men in anticipation of the start of the season. The Dallas Mavericks, as part of this roster cut, have released Delonte West. West was not injured, but he was not someone the team felt they needed to have. In fact, his recent suspension all but ensured the guard would not be with the team when the season opens in Los Angeles...
Tweet After two preseason suspensions and a bit of drama, the Dallas Mavericks have officially waived guard Delonte West, per multiple sources. West was suspended for a second time during training camp Thursday October 25 and took to Twitter to express his feelings about the situation: The Mavs later claimed center Eddy Curry off of [...]
Before the Mavs-at-Lakers season-opening tipoff Tuesday, Dallas GM Donnie Nelson told me the goal 'is to protect the hill until our Big German cannon is back in our arsenal.' And then the Mavs won, 99-91, and Dirk Nowitzki tweeted from back home in Dallas: '1-and-0. As expected. On to the next one.'
And for one night, at least, the hill is protected. The hill is...
Here is a preview of the local media covering the DALLAS MAVERICKS. Newspaper- The major newspaper serving the metropolitan Dallas area is the Dallas Morning News (subscription may be required). Its sports section has a page devoted to the Mavericks. Eddie Sefko (Twitter) is the lead beat writer on the Mavs’ beat and manages the paper’s
NORWAY, Maine – The Dallas Mavericks announced today that they have waived former Boston Celtics guard Delonte West from the team. West, who has had two stints with the Celtics during his eight-year career, had been suspended by the Mavericks twice during the month of October for conduct detrimental to the team. According to ESPN [...]
The Mavs took down LA, 99-91 last night. Guess all this negativity did well for Mark.
“I don’t care… I just hope they suck….They’re like any other team…Obviously Nash is great. Kobe’s phenomenal. But it takes a team. They have to come together and play as a team. Hopefully they don’t figure it out.” - Mark Cuban
ESPN Dallas is reporting that the Mavericks have officially waived Delonte West. After suspending Delonte twice within a two week period for conduct detrimental to the team, they have officially waived him. The move will allow them to keep Eddy Curry on the roster as a fill in for Dirk until he recovers from knee surgery.
Sources said the Mavs were concerned that West was negatively...
Disappointing playoff outcomes led the Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas Mavericks to retool their rosters in hopes of again rising to the top of the Western Conference.
Each team, though, surrounded its long-standing - yet ailing - superstar in different manners.
Kobe Bryant's status is up in the air and Dirk Nowitzki won't play as these new-look squads open their seasons...
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant expects to play opener vs.
Dallas Mavericks despite sore foot.
LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Lakers discovered on opening night that four superstars do not a team make. The Dallas Mavericks, meanwhile, discovered life without their one star isn't quite so glum. With Dirk Nowitzki out after knee surgery, Dallas marched into Staples Center and spoiled the Lakers debuts of Dwight Howard and Steve Nash, taking a 99-91 win Tuesday. It...