If the only refereeing malfunction you saw this season was Sunday night’s ejections of Rick Carlisle and Luka Doncic at the end of the Dallas Mavericks’ loss to the Sacramento Kings, you would think the NBA has a problem with hotheaded refs.
The last time the Dallas Mavericks (37-28) faced the Brooklyn Nets (43-23), the Mavs had their full starting rotation intact while the Nets were with only James Harden on the floor as Kyrie Irving and Keven Durant were both out due to injury.
Hang out and talk about the Mavericks Friday at 12:30 p.m. I’ll be hosting out weekly show: Mavs Moneyball Live on the Locker Room App. Much like last week, we’ll be talking about seeding in the Western conference following the Dallas-Brooklyn game.
The Dallas Mavericks have won seven of their last nine games as they continue to climb the standings. They will be fighting hard over their final seven regular-season games to avoid the play-in tournament.
The Dallas Mavericks have won seven of their last nine games as they push to avoid the play-in tournament. Luka Doncic and company currently sit fifth in the Western Conference, but the margins are slim.
Just days after dropping a career-high of 42 points in Detroit, Tim Hardaway Jr. continued his electric play, scoring 36 points on 10 three-pointers in Tuesday night’s 127-113 away win over the Miami Heat.
Despite turning its season around, Dallas has felt a little stagnant. The second quarter lineup against the Heat provided much-needed energy. The Mavericks started the game very poorly, Tuesday night against the Miami Heat.
The Dallas Mavericks clinched a postseason berth by defeating the Miami Heat 127-113 on Tuesday night. It was a strong team performance. Luka Doncic’s near triple-double in 30 minutes jumps off the box score.
The Dallas Mavericks clinched a postseason berth when they defeat the Miami Heat on April 4. Dallas is still fighting to avoid the play-in tournament. They sit fifth in the Western Conference at the start of play on April 5 but are just one game above seventh.
The Dallas Mavericks defeated the Miami Heat 127-113 on April 4. Things looked bleak after the Heat rarely missed in the first quarter on their way to 39 points, but the Mavs quickly punched back to grab the win and move up to fifth in the Western Conference.
The Dallas Mavericks hosted the Sacramento Kings on the second night of a back-to-back on Sunday night. Fresh off of a one-point win against the league’s hottest team Washington Wizards, the Mavs looked to avoid the season sweep to the Kings and add some cushion to their recently acquired 5th seed playoff position.
Luka Doncic starred in a controversial moment on Sunday night when the Dallas Mavericks lost to the Sacramento Kings, 111-99. The Slovenian point guard received two technicals and was ejected in the last seconds of the game.