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A “Way Too Early” NBA Draft Guide for the Dallas Mavericks

A “Way Too Early” NBA Draft Guide for the Dallas Mavericks

    This season has been a struggle for the Dallas Mavericks to put it nicely. I usually try to stay positive about the Mavs playoff chances until the very end, but when you have only 7 wins in 27 tries, the writing is on the wall. With that being said, there is positive side…

Game Night: Mavs Aim To Snap Winless Streak At AAC

Game Night: Mavs Aim To Snap Winless Streak At AAC

  After dropping its first five games of the 2016-2017 season, the Dallas Mavericks will aim to record their first win of the season at 6 p.m. on Sunday from the American Airlines Center when they face the Milwaukee Bucks.     What to watch for:   Injuries on both sides will affect the outlook of…

Source: Mutual Interest Between Mavs and Dwight Powell for a Return

Source: Mutual Interest Between Mavs and Dwight Powell for a Return

 (Paul Moseley/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/TNS) Sources have indicated to Mavs Fanatic that there is a mutual interest between the Dallas Mavericks and restricted free agent forward Dwight Powell in a return for the 2016-17 season. The Mavs can offer him the qualifying offer at a minimum of about $1.2 million, while other teams can sign him to an offer…

Painful Mavericks Season Ends in Admirable Fashion

Painful Mavericks Season Ends in Admirable Fashion

Chandler Parsons was in street clothes, or whatever you call this.  Deron Williams tried to gut it out but couldn’t.  J.J. Barea tried to hop it off on one leg. Salah Mejri was a punching bag that took one too many beat downs. Justin Anderson‘s shoulder was hurting. David Lee dealt with the always troublesome…

Written Off Again, Mavericks Face Uphill Battle

Written Off Again, Mavericks Face Uphill Battle

Some site I had never heard of until yesterday has called the Dallas Mavericks “Oklahoma City’s Warmup.” I will concede the fact that we are the heavy, heavy underdogs and nobody is expecting anything from Dirk Nowitzki and friends during this Western Conference first round series.   But seriously, a “warmup?” Yes, OKC won all…

J.J. Barea Has Saved the Mavericks Season

J.J. Barea Has Saved the Mavericks Season

  There are certain players immune to criticism. Then there are others who, no matter what they do, will always draw the ire of the fans. J.J. Barea has been victim of the latter for years now.   Coming from humble backgrounds in Puerto Rico and going undrafted in 2006 out of Northeastern University, Jose…