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Zaza Pachulia to host first summer camp in his native Georgia

Next month Mavs center Zaza Pachulia will host his first summer camp at his his new basketball academy in Tbilisi, the capital city of his native Georgia, as reported on the NBPA’s site. Pachulia’s academy opened last fall but improvements have continued into 2016, including the addition of the Milwaukee Bucks’ previous court. Pachulia was with Milwaukee before the Mavs acquired...
Via Mavs.com
18 minutes ago

Mavs free-agent series: Center Zaza Pachulia would be a 'wonderful sidekick' as a backup, but he's expendable

Keep him: Tyson Chandler had the right idea. He thought last summer that staying in Dallas with Zaza Pachulia as his backup at center would be a perfect pairing. Pachulia helped keep the Mavericks afloat in the first half of last season. He tailed off after that but still was a consummate pro and a big asset on the court. He would be a wonderful sidekick to somebody like Bismack...
Via SportsDay
14 hours ago

Mark Cuban ‘all for legalized gambling’ in the U.S.

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is always thinking outside the box, so his thoughts on legalized gambling in the United States are always worth paying attention to. Not surprisingly, Cuban is all-in on legalizing gambling in the United States, and he seems to hope it happens soon. “I’m not a fan of hypocrisy and I love the fact that [NBA commissioner Adam Silver]’s not either...
Via The Comeback
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Mavericks: Revisiting the 2007 NBA Draft

Our trek through the Dallas Mavericks Drafts of the past stops today in the year 2007. The draft analysis continues for us here as we delve into the 2007 NBA Draft. The ’07 draft happens to be one of the most unforgettable drafts in NBA history and is remembered as one of the biggest draft […] Dallas Mavericks: Revisiting the 2007 NBA Draft - The Smoking Cuban - The Smoking Cuban...
Via The Smoking Cuban
17 hours ago

The torment continues for Mavericks as DeAndre Jordan named to all-NBA first team

The Mavericks got another cruel reminder of why they were so hot for DeAndre Jordan last summer when he was named to the first-team all-NBA team Thursday.Clearly, Jordan didn't get fat and lazy after signing the huge contract with the Los Angeles Clippers.The 6-11 center narrowly was voted onto the first team ahead of Sacramento's DeMarcus Cousins and Detroit's Andre Drummond, who...
Via SportsDay
20 hours ago

Mark Cuban Trashes ESPN Around The Horn Panelist Tim Cowlishaw On Twitter

ESPN Around The Horn panelist Tim Cowlishaw and Dallas Mavericks’ billionaire owner Mark Cuban engaged in a fairly eventful Twitter war late Wednesday evening.  Cowlishaw, who also serves as a columnist for the Dallas Morning News, first took a playful jab at Cuban, who is reportedly very interested in being Hillary Clinton’s running mate.  Why Mark Cuban is the perfect...
Via College Spun
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Mavs see mid-season acquisition of David Lee luring more free agents this summer

DALLAS — He was the forgotten man in Boston before receiving a buyout in the middle of the 2015-16 season. Now, veteran big man David Lee could prove to be vital to the Dallas Mavericks’ chances of luring a marquee free agent to town this summer. Waiving fourth-year guard John Jenkins on Feb. 22 to make space for Lee on the roster, the Mavericks quickly integrated the 11-year...
Via Mavs.com
1 day ago

Mavs free-agent series: Veteran David Lee was a great asset off the bench, but Dallas could look to get younger

As always, the Mavericks have a slew of free agents. We'll examine the pluses and minuses of each one during this occasional series. David Lee Position: Power ForwardHeight: 6-9 Weight: 245 poundsNotable: Averaged 8.5 points and 7.0 rebounds in 17.3 minutes during his 25 regular season games with the Mavs last seasonAge: 33Keep him: Energy off the bench is a valuable commodity...
Via SportsDay
1 day ago

Dallas Mavericks: Is Joakim Noah A Good Fit?

With Joakim Noah set to hit free agency, will the Dallas Mavericks look to add him to the long list of free agents to pursue? The Dallas Mavericks are in search of any improvements they can make to the roster this upcoming season. With an aging superstar that still continues to be one of the […] Dallas Mavericks: Is Joakim Noah A Good Fit? - The Smoking Cuban - The Smoking Cuban...
Via The Smoking Cuban
1 day ago

Dwight Howard could be the Mavericks' best option to upgrade at center

The Mavericks need a better plan than Pachulia, Mejri and Lee if they want to contend. After #DeAndreGate last offseason, the Mavs managed to cobble together a somewhat respectable center rotation, with Zaza Pachulia shining early, Salah Mejri providing a spark later on in the season, David Lee bringing a respectable presence, and JaVale McGee, well....he was there too. But there...
Via Mavs Moneyball
1 day ago

The best Mavs blocks of 2015-16

When you think of the Mavs’ defense, blocks might not be the first thing to come to mind. Only Detroit blocked fewer shots than Dallas this season, as the Mavericks instead turned their attention to overloading the paint in an effort to limit opponents’ shots at the rim, encouraging 3-balls instead. The Mavs allowed only 35.0 field goal attempts per game from less than 10 feet...
Via Mavs.com
2 days ago

2016 Offseason Preview: Dallas Mavericks

The Dallas Mavericks defied expectations to make another playoff appearances, but it was another year without homecourt advantage and a first round exit. As Dirk Nowitzki ages, the Mavs continue to assemble solid but unspectacular teams around him. Dallas has taken it down to the last week or so each of the last few years, but has squeaked into the postseason with the exception of...
Via RealGM - NBA
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Anderson was a key piece in the Mavericks' season-ending run

After playing sparingly the first four months of the season, rookie Justin Anderson played a key role in Dallas turning things around and making the playoffs. Looking back The Dallas Mavericks selected Justin Anderson with the 21st pick in last June's draft, making him the first guy Dallas had taken at their slotted draft position (i.e no trade-back or trade-away) since Maurice...
Via Mavs Moneyball
3 days ago

Mark Cuban predicts Thunder will win NBA title

Mark Cuban has a rather surprising pick for NBA Champion. The Mavericks owner appeared on “Meet the Press” on Sunday morning, and when asked who he was picking to win the championship, he went against the grain, ignoring the two favorites in Golden State and Cleveland. “You know, I’m going to take a little bit of a long shot here and go with the Thunder,” Cuban said via...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Potential Free Agents for the Dallas Mavericks

Back on April 25, the Dallas Mavericks wrapped up their 2015-16 season, bowing out of the first round after getting demolished by the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Mavericks were no match for the Thunder, who have since defeated an all-time great San Antonio Spurs team and are currently in a close series with the record-breaking Golden State Warriors. While the Mavericks exceeded preseason...
Via isportsweb.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jason Terry: Dwight Howard would be ‘great fit’ in Dallas

Jason Terry has played with Dwight Howard in Houston and spent eight seasons with the Dallas Mavericks, so it’s worth a listen when the veteran guard pushes for a marriage between Howard and the Mavs. Terry appeared on ESPN Radio’s “Cowlishaw and Mosley” on Tuesday, and said that Howard could absolutely fit in Dallas – if he bought in. “It would be a great fit. I think...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Dwight Howard ‘at the top of the Mavericks’ wish list’

The Dallas Mavericks are targeting Dwight Howard as their top free agent this offseason. According to Dwain Price of the Star-Telegram, he’s at the top of the team’s wish list and seems to have “absolutely everything the Mavericks need from a center.” It’s worth noting the Mavericks have struck out big time in recent years when trying to land their top targets in free...
Via Sportsnaut
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Nowitzki to opt out of contract, re-sign with Mavs

Dirk Nowitzki isn’t going to retire just yet, nor will he be leaving the Dallas Mavericks anytime soon. But the 37-year-old said he is going to opt out of the final year of his contract and become a free agent this summer. “We had one more year on the contract, but I think this is the right thing to do,” Nowitzki said on 1310 The Ticket in Dallas, according to ESPN’s Tim...
Via The Sports Daily
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Chandler Parsons wants Dwight Howard to come to the Mavericks

Chandler Parsons is quite fond of his old teammate Dwight Howard. He said in an interview with ESPN that he’s excited about “the opportunity to go into free agency this summer” with Howard. Parsons actually helped recruit Howard to the Houston Rockets in 2013, and it sounds like he’s trying to do it again with the Dallas Mavericks. “I think he can still dominate the game...
Via The Sports Daily
April 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Nowitzki has no plans to retire, wants to finish career with Mavs

The Dallas Mavericks don’t have to think about life after Dirk Nowitzki just yet. Speaking with reporters following the Mavericks’ series-ending loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder Monday night, Nowitzki made it clear that retirement is far from his mind, per Tim MacMahon of ESPN.com: “I signed on for three years a couple years ago. My intention was always to finish this...
Via Sportsnaut
April 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Westbrook, Durant take shots at Charlie Villanueva

Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant took turns taking shots at Charlie Villanueva during a postgame press conference on Monday night. After the Oklahoma City Thunder eliminated the Dallas Mavericks from the playoffs with a 118-104 victory in Game 4, Westbrook was asked about Villanueva continuing to mess with him. Villanueva on Monday staked out Westbrook during the point guard...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Watch: Justin Anderson finishes alley-oop with authority

The Dallas Mavericks started with excitement early in their game five match-up against the Thunder with this alley-oop to Justin Anderson….. #TheLobTheJam for Justin Anderson on TNT! #NBARapidReplay #THUNDERvMAVS https://t.co/dt62BmO2Qi — NBA (@NBA) April 26, 2016 The post Watch: Justin Anderson finishes alley-oop with authority appeared first on Crossover Chronicles.
Via Crossover Chronicles
April 25, 2016  |  Discuss
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