Found January 25, 2013 on
After the Dallas Mavericks got off to a slow start, again, against the Orlando Magic, they were able to get the lead which of course resulted in getting the win; but again, we have a slow start and in no time found themselves down quickly 6-0 and it even took them over 2:30 minutes to score the first basket. But that wasn’t enough, because then the Magic went on another run and with just a little over 6 minutes left in the first quarter, Dallas was down by 14 points. Needless to say, not a good start for Dallas.
After missing eight of their first 10 shots, the Mavericks shot 70% (23-for-33) for the rest of the first half and finished the night shooting 50% from the field while Orlando also shot 50.6%. Dallas wound up having 7 players in double digit scoring led by Shawn Marion who had 20 point, but also had 10 rebounds. The key play towards the end of the game, after Dallas had erased their big deficit, also allowed Orlando to get back into the game and almost take it, but Darren Co...
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The Official Tumblr account of the Dallas Mavericks posted some photos of guard O.J. Mayo making an appearance at an Albertson’s grocery store for an autograph signing session. As you can see above, one clever autograph seeker had the wherewithal to presumably realize an autograph session at a grocery store provided a perfect opportunity to have Mayo sign a tasty condiment that...
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DALLAS (AP) -- Tony Parker missed about a quarter of Friday's game against Dallas after taking three stitches for a cut above the left eye.
It is the same eye that the San Antonio guard almost seriously hurt when he got caught in a bottle-throwing incident last summer.
Parker was injured in a collision with Elton Brand on a drive early in the first quarter. No foul was called...
HE'S BAAACK (SORTA)
Delonte West has signed with the Mavericks organization, only it's with their D-League team, and he's not expected to be called up.
The Dallas Mavericks have officially crawled out of the terrible category in the NBA. Despite only averaging 13.9 points per game on 41% shooting, Dirk Nowitzki’s return to the lineup and him settling into his standard role has given the Mavs a legitimate on-court identity. With the boost from their superstar, Dallas has improved enough [...]
Chris Kaman isn't a player who usually says controversial things, especially when they're thought to be true for years.
In an interview with DallasNews.com, Kaman said the commissioner of the NBA, David Stern, "hates" the San Antonio Spurs. When he was asked about fans following players over teams, he responded:
“One exception to that is the Spurs...
Delonte West headed to the D-League and the Texas Legends with the hopes of getting buckets and impressing his way into a 10 day contract with the Mavs.
Mavs owner Mark Cuban shut that talk down quickly upon hearing it, telling ESPN Dallas, “not gonna happen.”
“That doesn’t mean we don’t like Delonte, care about him as a person, want to help him get back on track.”...
Delonte West’s stint with the D-League’s Texas Legends will not lead to his return to the Mavericks.
“Not gonna happen,” Mark Cuban said, cutting off any speculation that the Mavs might welcome back West. “That doesn’t mean we don’t like Delonte, care about him as a person, want to help him get back on track…..It’s not worth talking about at this point in time,”...
Well, it looks like Chris Kaman went, so hopefully this Brand is here to stay!
See what I did there? That literally took me over a half hour to dream up. I’m kidding, it just Kaman to me……Ok, so that’s where we’ll draw the line….Elton Brand (8/13/2blk) got the start last night while Chris Kaman (8/3/stl/blk) was moved to a bench role. This should mean very good things...