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Shane Larkin wowed scouts at the NBA combine with his sensational athleticism. The 5’11 guard hoisted the highest max vertical of 44 inches since 2001, when Kenny Gregory leaped 45.5 inches. Larkin broke his ankle during practice and missed vital Summer League action. On the bright side for Dallas fans, their first-round pick is ready to go for training camp. Hearing our friend @ShaneLarkin plans to be ready to roll when the Mavs open training camp. Great news. — Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) September 16, 2013
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When Dallas Mavericks guard Shane Larkin broke his ankle during a summer league practice in July, there were questions whether or not he’d be ready to go by the time training camp began. While the initial timeframe for his return was two to three months, Larkin has apparently recovered on the shorter end of that estimate, as Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports that it...
Continuing from part one, we’re predicting the 2013-14 Dallas Mavericks to enter the new year at 19-12 with its only tough stretch coming Christmas week when the Mavs have to play Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets, fully healthy Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls, and Western Conference Champ San Antonio Spurs. Let’s continue with part two and take a look at January and February...
No one knows if the introduction would have eventually happened. But it was Mark Aguirre who introduced Mark Cuban to Ross Perot Jr. thus leading to the ownership change of the Dallas Mavericks.
That meeting occurred in the latter half of 1999. By Jan. 4 2000 Perot’s sale of the Mavericks to Cuban for $285 million was finalized.
“It might have happened later but I actually...
After a disappointing 41-41 season, falling short of making the playoffs, the Dallas Mavericks are in a tough situation. Mark Cuban and the Mavericks had their hopes set high in the off-season, as they were in the hunt to sign Dwight Howard, but let’s just say things didn’t work out too well. The Mavs ended […]
To help pass the doldrums of the NBA offseason, ESPN.com has begun ranking all the players in the league from 1-500, starting with the bottom. And since there are only 450 roster spots (30 teams, 15 each), there are a lots of guys towards the end of this list who probably won't qualify as NBA players much longer. That's where former Celtic Fab Melo comes in. After being...
Since the millennium changed the Mavericks have been blessed with smart point guards.
They did their jobs differently. Steve Nash was a little more shoot-first pass-later. Jason Kidd was the ultimate coach on the floor. And Devin Harris during his time developed into a dependable playmaker and the best defender of the bunch.
That all changed last season when the Darren Collison...
It is the middle of September and I'm
sitting alone in my living room watching Mexico vs. Puerto Rico on
ESPN2. There are almost as many fans at the game as there are in my
living room. Laughable attendance aside, the FIBA America's
Championship on national TV is a testament to how far the
international game has come. Put yourself in your...