• Mavs Game Day: Rajon Rondo Era Starts Tonight

      It’s been about three days now since the Dallas Mavericks defeated the Detroit Pistons on the second night of a back-to-back. In that span of time leading towards tonight’s game against rival San Antonio, how things have changed.   STORY OF THE NIGHT   Rajon Rondo is a Maverick.   Dallas arguably had the…

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  • Mavs Introduce Rajon Rondo, Dwight Powell:

          Dallas, TX–Today, the Dallas Mavericks introduced point guard Rajon Rondo along with center Dwight Powell in a press conference at the American Airlines Center. Late last night, the Mavs officially acquired Rondo and Powell from the Boston Celtics in exchange for center Brandan Wright, forward Jae Crowder, guard Jameer Nelson, a 2015…

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  • Rondo to the Mavs: Is This Real Life?

        Late last night, news broke via Yahoo! Sports and Marc Stein that the Boston Celtics and Dallas Mavericks were involved in “substantive” discussions surrounding a trade for impending free agent points guard Rajon Rondo. Rondo (8.3 PPG, 7.5 RPG, 10.8 APG) has long been the center trade speculation since the Celtics broke up…

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  • Game Night: Mavs Travel to the Palace in Auburn Hills

        Detroit, MI—It’s the second night of a back-to-back for the Dallas Mavericks (18-8) as they travel to the Palace in Auburn Hills to face the Detroit Pistons (5-20). The Mavs come into tonight’s game on a one-game win streak after defeating the New York Knicks 108-87 last night, behind 16 points from Dirk…

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  • Mavs Morning Coffee: Dallas Dominates 2nd Half in New York

      The Mavs coasted to their 18th win of the season in 107-87 fashion against the New York Knicks. This much-needed win gives the Mavs a 9-4 record away from the AAC.   Tyson Chandler walked in Madison Square Garden as a villain among Knicks fan, but walked out of New York 2-0 against the…

  • Game Night: Mavs Visit the Knicks at MSG

    New York, NY–Tonight is the first of an Eastern Conference back-to-back road trip for the Dallas Mavericks (17-8) as they take on the New York Knicks (5-21). With a win tonight, the Mavs can sweep the season series against the Knicks.   December hasn’t been pleasant for this Mavs team, losing three of their last…

  • Golden State too Much for Mavericks in Saturday Matinee

      It’s hard to describe the first quarter of the Dallas Mavericks game with the Golden State Warriors with anything other than the adjective ugly. Dallas was outscored 39–18 in the quarter. The Mavs shot 31.6% to 65.2% by the Warriors. Golden State was also 5–9 from beyond the arc; Dallas was 1–4.   This…

  • Gameday: Mavs, Warriors Ready For Heavily Guarded Matchup

      It’s an early afternoon tipoff, as the Dallas Mavericks defend their home court against the hottest team in the NBA, the Golden State Warriors.   The Warriors travel to Dallas with the clear much-deserving best record in the NBA. Despite hiring a first-year head coach in Steve Kerr, Golden State’s team chemistry has been…

  • Mavs Look to Bounce Back Against Davis, Pelicans

      DALLAS, TX—Get your popcorn ready! It’s the Dallas Mavericks (16-7) against the New Orleans Pelicans (10-10) at the American Airlines Center tonight at 7:00 PM on ESPN. (Note: First 5,000 get a Tyson Chandler bobblehead) Last night, our beloved Mavs lost to the Memphis Grizzlies 114-105, falling to 6-4 in their past 10 games….

  • Mavericks Fall in Memphis, Despite Chandler Parsons Effort

      Four of the five Mavericks (16-7) starters shot a combined 11 for 38 Tuesday night. The Grizzlies (17-4) outscored Dallas 36-17 in the third quarter. Memphis outscored Dallas 52-26 in the paint. Add it all together and you have a 114-105 loss for the Dallas Mavericks.   Chandler Parsons scored 30 for the Mavs…

  • Mavs Game Day: Tough Week Starts With Grizz

        MEMPHIS, TN – Tonight, the Dallas Mavericks (16-6) will take on the Memphis Grizzlies (16-4), giving the Mavericks yet another chance to show they can compete with the West’s elite contenders. The Mavericks, if they were in the Eastern Conference, would sit a half game out of first place, but as it stands right now, they are locked…

  • Mavs Gameday: Seats For Soldiers Night

      It’s always a special treat when the Dallas Mavericks host their annual ‘Seats For Soldiers’ night.   When the Milwaukee Bucks play the Mavericks for the second time in five days, it will be in front of a host of service men and women from our United States military. The 10th annual event, a…

  • Monta Ellis: Numbers Don’t Lie

    The Dallas Mavericks didn’t readily chase Monta Ellis last summer in free agency, but by some miraculous circumstances signed the highly talented but disgruntled shooting guard with a gunner, low-efficiency reputation to a 3-year, $25 million contract.   Ellis found himself with a winning organization in Dallas and his love for basketball reignited. The Mavericks…

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