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DALLAS -- One of the Dallas Mavericks' new players, guard Delonte West, can understand the fans' frustrations with the team's 0-2 start.
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I'm pretty sure that the Dallas Mavericks weren't expecting to start the season 0-2 and the perfect analogy to the Mavericks start might have come for Dallas forward Sean Williams.Nearing the end of their game against the Nuggets, Williams went to the bench and decided to unload the contents of his stomach on the bench: (Courtesy of NESN)
Tyson Chandler is one of the players the Dallas Mavericks let walk in free agency. Dallas would have loved to re-sign him, J.J. Barea, and Caron Butler, but they had to spend wisely given the new luxury tax rules. The Mavs could be saving their money to make a run at Dwight Howard and Deron Williams next year, but the approach is hindering them this season; they’ve suffered two...
DALLAS The Dallas Mavericks raised their 2010-11 NBA Championship banner on Sunday. In doing so over the course of joyous and tearful pregame ceremony that lasted just under 31 minutes, the franchise erased 31 years of futility and heartbreak.
Over the course of the ensuing 48 game minutes in the Christmas Day season-opener at the AAC, however, some realities regarding this new...
DALLAS (AP) -- LeBron James had 37 points, 10 rebounds and six assists as the Miami Heat got a measure of payback for the NBA finals by opening this season with a 105-94 victory over the Dallas Mavericks that wasn't as close as the score suggests.
Maybe the pregame banner-raising ceremony left the Mavs emotionally drained or -- more likely -- the overhaul of their roster is...
The Mavs' mission? Fit Lamar Odom into a revamped roster, defend their title and set up for a run at Deron Williams and Dwight Howard. Ken Berger says Rick Carlisle's task is to make Mark Cuban's gamble pay off.
With a tug from Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd, Jason Terry and others, the Dallas Mavericks unveiled their championship banner minutes before opening this season against the team they knocked off in the NBA Finals, LeBron James and the Miami Heat.
With a tug from Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd, Jason Terry and others, the Dallas Mavericks unveiled their championship banner minutes before opening this season against the team they knocked off in the NBA finals, LeBron James and the Miami Heat. The ceremony was supposed to have been held Nov. 1, but the lockout pushed it back.
The Miami HEAT beat the Dallas Mavericks, 105-94, on the NBA's opening day, but that was after the typical, and expected, late surge once most starters had been removed from the game. Through three quarters, the score was 97-65, with the HEAT using fewer than 80 possessions to get there. Those numbers are indicative enough of what happened on Christmas Day.
David Stern congratulates the defending champions, including Mark Cuban, before the season-opener.
Observations from Sunday 105-94 Miami Heat season-opening victory over the Dallas Mavericks at American Airlines Center: