• Mavs Already Focused on Replacing Chandler Parsons?:

      As the writing on the wall becomes easier to see with each cryptic Instagram post and report that there will be no max offer on the table, the Mavericks have seemed to moved past the relatively short Chandler Parsons era.   This was made seemingly obvious by reports of specific names that could be replace Parsons’…

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  • Lance Stephenson, A Free Agent Bargain?:

    We have finally found the solution to all the Mavs problems: Lance Stephenson.   On Monday morning, the Memphis Grizzlies declined his $9.4 million team option, making the fifth-year forward an unrestricted free agent.   The Dallas Mavericks should give him a max contract!   OK, no, not really, but he isn’t as bad an option…

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  • Should the Mavs Dread the “Max” Contract This Offseason?:

      Before the taste of the freshly sprayed champagne left the champion Cleveland Cavaliers mouths last Sunday night, the insanity of the NBA offseason had officially begun.  Countless rumors began to swirl and fill everyone’s Twitter feed.  It would hard to find another team with as many rumors surrounding them as the Dallas Mavericks.   Whether…

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  • Signs Pointing to An End of the Chandler Parsons’ Era in Dallas?:

      On Tuesday, Jeff “Skin” Wade of 105.3 The Fan tweeted that the Dallas Mavericks have decided they will not offer forward Chandler Parsons the max contract that he is seeking this offseason.   After opting out of the final year of the three-year, $46 million deal he signed with Dallas in 2014, Parsons’ future…

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  • This Day In Dallas Mavericks History: Traylor Out, Big German In

        Back on June 24th of 1998, the entire history of the Dallas Mavericks organization changed with one single trade. Robert “Tractor” Traylor was a Michigan Wolverine superstar who was raised in Mo-Town Detroit. Dirk Nowitzki was a tall skinny teenager with a bull cut and a bad earing, hailing from Wurzburg, Germany.  …

  • Dallas Mavericks draft Purdue center AJ Hammons with the 46th pick

        DALLAS, TX–With the 46th pick in the 2016 NBA Draft the Dallas Mavericks selected Purdue center AJ Hammons.   At 7’0,” 250 pounds, the 24 year-old Gary, Indiana native played four seasons with with the Purdue Boilermakers after attending high school at Oak Hill Academy where he was named a McDonald’s All-American.   While at…

  • Dallas Mavericks Free Agency: Enter Hassan Whiteside

        You can just feel it. On the day of the 2016 NBA Draft, there are rumors swirling in regards to trade ups and trade downs, but also heavy discussion surrounding the beginning of Free Agency, which starts at 12:00 AM ET on July 1st.   Enter Hassan Whiteside.   This was reported by…

  • No Max Offer For Chandler Parsons, Fans Respond

        It’s been discussed throughout the season. Then Chandler Parsons went down with an injury prior to the post-season, and the question hit the social media waves ever since. Now it has been answered.   It’s been reported that the Dallas Mavericks will not offer Chandler Parsons a max-offer contract once Free Agency kicks…

  • Mike Conley To Dallas? Respect For Carlisle?

        Point guard Mike Conley is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer and will undoubtedly receive a lot of interest from multiple teams, as he is arguably the best point guard available on the free-agent market.  You can cross the New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers off of that list. The…

  • Is it time to rebuild in the Big D?

    Getty Images By Chris Axmann After the first championship in franchise history, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban let the core of the 2011 team walk out on him: Tyson Chandler left to New York Knicks, Caron Butler signed with the Los Angeles Clippers, and J.J. Barea went to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Instead of sticking with the team that…

  • Warriors Interested In Dirk Nowitzki, Could He Actually Leave Dallas

      The Cleveland Cavaliers pulled off the biggest comeback in NBA Finals history, while the Golden State Warriors — despite ousting the 1995-96′ Chicago Bulls for the best regular-season record — had the biggest collapse in the NBA Finals.   Just days after the 2016 NBA postseason ended, the Warriors are right back in the…

  • Miami Heat’s Dwayne Wade Blasts Critics of ’06 NBA Championship

    Randy Belice/Getty Images Ten years ago today, the Miami Heat defeated the Dallas Mavericks 95-92 in Game 6 of the 2006 NBA Finals to cap off one of the most spectacular and bizarre comebacks in NBA history.   It was the most disappointing and heart wrenching moments in Mavericks franchise history — the infamous Fix of…

  • Is Rick Carlisle the Future?

        In the sports world, Rick Carlisle is known for two things- being Jim Carrey’s doppelgänger and brilliant at in-game adjustments. Carlisle has arguably been a Top-3 NBA coach for some stretch now. He is the only Mavs coach to bring the Larry O’Brien Trophy home for a parade. Rick might even get a…

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