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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Dirk Nowitzki scored 27 points and former Golden State lottery pick Brandan Wright had 16 points and nine rebounds, leading the Dallas Mavericks past the Warriors 112-103 on Thursday night.
Jason Kidd added 12 assists, 10 rebounds and nine points to pace the Mavericks to a 19-point lead before hanging on late, moving 1 games behind Memphis for the Western Conference's fifth playoff seed. The Grizzlies lost 107-97 to San Antonio earlier in the night.
The Mavericks are just a half-game ahead of Denver and Houston.
David Lee had 30 points and eight rebounds and rookie Klay Thompson finished with 24 points, eight assists and seven rebounds for the shorthanded Warriors. Golden State has lost three straight and is already eliminated from playoff contention.
Dallas survived late behind its usual playmakers.
After the Warriors whittled the deficit to three early in the fourth quarter, Nowitzki returned and took charge. The 7-footer made a difficult fadeaway ...
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Charles Barkley says Lamar Odom had a difficult time adjusting to life in Dallas because he was suffering from a divorce.
Not a divorce from his reality TV star wife Khloe Kardashian but a divorce from his former NBA team.
During a local radio interview on Wednesday, the TNT NBA analyst and Hall of Fame player said Odom never reached his potential with the Mavericks because his...
One of the biggest scams in the history of DFW sports has come to a close. Lamar Odom played the Dallas Mavericks in every conceivable manner, with considerable help from owner Mark Cuban.
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I’m just going to be honest here: Vince Carter beat Johan Petro because he’s Vince Carter. When the dunks in question are of a similar caliber I normally go with the one that was more of a facial, which, in this case, would be Petro’s… but I’m rolling with VC’s fly-by on Whiteside because, well, would you ever read this blog again if I took Johan Petro over Vince Carter...
There was once a time when Mavericks guard Vince Carter was known as Air Canada for leaping ability and amazing dunks in Toronto.Now, Carter has come down to earth as he blows this finger roll against the Sacramento Kings in this clip from Tuesday night's Kings/Mavericks affair:
ESPN.com has an article about Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban responding to a challenge from New Jersey Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov. Prokhorov recently joked that he would inflict pain on Cuban if he were to sign Nets guard Deron Williams, who will soon be a free agent. Cuban responded to the challenge, citing his previous WWE experience as guest host of RAW in 2009.
Momma taught us to share and I think the Dallas Mavericks listened, because they shared a part of the overall glory of a win tonight over the Sacramento Kings. Now a lot of people might think that since the Kings are not in the upper part of the Conference that you can just beat them with ease, that is not the case at all.
The Kings have some talented players and they showed some...
On Monday the Dallas Mavericks and two-time NBA Champion and 2011 Sixth Man of the Year Lamar Odom parted ways with Odom becoming officially deactivated for the remainder of the season and playoffs. Odom will still be under contract with the Mavs until the off-season but will not be eligible to compete in any games for Dallas or any other franchise as the deadline to sign players...
- ESPN.com has an article about Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban responding to a challenge from New Jersey Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov. Prokhorov recently joked that he would inflict pain on Cuban if he were to sign Nets guard Deron Williams, who will soon be a free agent. Cuban responded to the challenge, citing his previous WWE experience as guest host of RAW in 2009.“He obviously...
10) Doesn't want to go out with anything less than an 82-game grind9) Wants to become the first NBA player to ever score all of his points on three-pointers8) Thinks that if he just plays one more year, Toni Braxton will take him back7) 40-year-old point guards all over the world need encouragement, dammit6) It's not as if he's going to get any slower, or more limited5...
According to ESPN, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and New Jersey Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov are currently battling over future NBA free agent Deron Williams. The battle has picked up, as Prokhorov joked this week, “If he wins, I will crush him in a kickboxing throwdown.” Cuban, not to be outdone, replied, “He obviously didn’t see me be the first in WWE history to put...
The Lamar Odom era in Dallas was a perfect example of a potentially great trade gone horribly wrong. The Mavericks gave up hardly anything to bring Odom on board. With his playoff experience and veteran poise, many expected Odom to turn into a tremendous role player for the defending champions. Instead, he never got over the fact that the Lakers shipped him off. Dallas has ruled...