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Mark Cuban believes star-caliber players will be priced lower due to the new collective bargaining agreement.
Days after agreeing to join the Dallas Mavericks, eight-time All-Star swingman Vince Carter made it official Monday afternoon.
As the holiday season approaches, so does the day when the Mavericks will finally get their championship rings. Mark Cuban has been secretive about that piece of jewelry, even suggesting that the team would be getting something better than rings.
But after all the ideas were laid out on the table, it was determined that the Mavs would stick with tradition and receive championship...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is happy to have Lamar Odom on his team and doesn't seem to have any problems with the 6-11 forward and his celebrity wife bringing their reality TV show to Dallas.
In a recent interview with ExtraTV.com, Cuban told host Mario Lopez that he isn't worried about reality TV cameras following around Odom and his wife Khloe Kardashian.
The Dallas Mavericks added a potentially explosive piece to their championship puzzle on Monday, signing free agent guard Vince Carter.
Vince Carter has officially cleared waivers and because of that he’s now officially a member of the Dallas Mavericks. The Mavericks signed the forward to a three year contract at the minimum that they had to offer. The deal is reported to start at three million.
Vince Carter made it through waivers and was signed by the Mavericks this evening to a three-year contract.
DALLAS For a few painful days, it looked like the Mavericks wouldn't launch a defense of the NBA title at all. The prospect of a luxury tax hit a couple years down the road, something that had never bothered owner Mark Cuban in the past, caused the Mavs to allow center Tyson Chandler and guard J.J. Barea to end up on different rosters.
Mavs apologists said it wasn't prudent...
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Our resident NBA nerd David Kay is on vacation this week; in a much warmer place. However, being out of the country hasn’t stopped him from being on top of the news. He’s got a lot to say on what’s been going on with the league this week.
Los Angeles Clippers claim PG Chauncey Billups
Billups was a casualty of the NBA’s amnesty rule as this move needed to be made in order...
Last season: 40-42, good for 10th place in the West, and six games out of the playoff picture. Head Coach: Alvin Gentry Key Departures: Vince Carter was waived by the team and was picked up by Dallas. Aaron Brooks signed to play in China just before the lockout was resolved, and while the Suns still…
DALLAS (AP) - Lamar Odom knows what it takes to repeat as an NBA champion.Vince Carter wants to know what it feels like to become an NBA champion.The Dallas Mavericks are hoping a little of both _ Odom's experience and Carter's hunger _ can go a long way to help ...