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DALLAS -- Dirk Nowitzki was at times hopeful, at times humorous and at times a bit defiant as the Dallas Mavericks icon met the media Tuesday in his first post-surgery interview and, among other many points, called speculation about his timetable 'ridiculous.' But he also pledged to return to an All-Star level "back playing where I think I was at the end of last year...
The Dallas Mavericks have surrounded Dirk Nowitzki with a bunch of veteran newcomers and a lot of players with one-year deals.
Dallas now seems to be holding season-long auditions after being unable to persuade Deron Williams to come home to play and team up with its 11-time All-Star. While trying to get back in the playoffs this season, the Mavs are also keeping financial flexibility...
Just a few weeks ago, the Dallas Mavericks suspended guard Delonte West indefinitely. He was allowed back with the team shortly thereafter, but he’s clearly not out of the dog house just yet.
The troubled guard hasn’t been able to stay out of trouble throughout his career. He openly suffers from bipolar disorder, which explains some of his outbursts and drastic mood swings.
Out of the blue — and not out of the blue at the same time — the Dallas Mavericks reported on Friday that Dallas star, Dirk Nowitzki, went under athroscopic surgery and would be out six weeks. The surgery came after weeks of reports that Dirk’s knee was bothering him, and although a six-to-eight week [...]The post Report: Dirk Nowitzki May Return In Three Weeks appeared first...
Before coming across this quote from Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle, I was pretty sure that no current NBA head coach would use an analogy like this one.When asked a question about the team's current turnover issue, Rick provided us with this response:“Yes, yes, yes and yes,’’ Carlisle said. “It’s everything. We’re doing it every way you can do it. If...
Tweet If you haven’t been paying much attention to the Dallas Mavericks this preseason (don’t worry, you are not alone) their new lineup has been struggling with turnovers. A lot of them. 19.2 turnovers per game, to be exact. The variety of turnovers is vast that Mavs head coach Rick Carlisle compared them to the [...]
For the second time this NBA preseason, The Dallas Mavericks have suspended guard Delonte West and put the “indefinite” tag on it. “We have suspended Delonte for conduct detrimental to the team,” President of Basketball Operations Donnie Nelson said. “The suspension is effective immediately and no other statements will be issued.” Delonte took to Twitter [...]
The NBA preseason is about working out the kinks and getting your legs in shape. So when your team has averaged over 19 turnovers through five preseason games, your head coach can crack jokes and not be terribly upset about it. Dallas Mavericks’ head coach Rick Carlisle channeled his inner Kama Sutra when describing the Dirk Nowitzki-less Mavs’ turnover issues.
Believe it or not, the NBA's regular season is two weeks away. To get you ready, Crossover Chronicles will be profiling a team each day for the next few weeks. This week is the Southwest Division. Today is the Dallas Mavericks.
2011-12 Record: 36-30, lost first round
Key Losses: Jason Terry (signed with Boston), Jason Kidd (signed with New York), Ian Mahimni (traded...
The Dallas Mavericks have suspended guard Delonte West for the
second time in 10 days.
Delonte West has again been suspended indefinitely by the Mavericks for conduct detrimental to the team.