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A Season For Reasonable Doubt

A Season For Reasonable Doubt

    It’s a feeling that I wasn’t expecting. I woke up this morning, and didn’t feel that rush of excitement. The one that I’ve become accustomed to the last 15+ years. Today is Game 3 of the best of seven series for our Dallas Mavericks, and I don’t have that feeling anymore. Just two days…

R1G3: Is All Hope Lost For Our Mavs?

R1G3: Is All Hope Lost For Our Mavs?

    Not one week ago I was sitting at my computer in my cozy dorm room up here at UNT, writing about how the Mavericks ended the season on a high note, and were going into the playoffs playing their best basketball. Oh how things can change in a week.   Since the regular…

Rajon “Playoff Rondo”: Version 2.0

Rajon “Playoff Rondo”: Version 2.0

    This isn’t what we asked for is it? It was December 18, 2014 when the Dallas Mavericks officially acquired Rajon Rondo from the Boston Celtics for Brandan Wright, Jae Crowder, Jameer Nelson, a 2015 first-round draft pick and a future second-round pick. I remember finding out on Twitter at work. They had a…

R1G2 Recap: Mavs, Along With Hopes Diminish In Game 2 Loss

R1G2 Recap: Mavs, Along With Hopes Diminish In Game 2 Loss

    What could you realistically expect from a team, without their 3rd leading scorer, and best bench player, against the 2 seed in the Western Conference on their home floor? For the first 3 quarters and 1 minute, the Mavs seemingly had hope to steal game two on the road and head back to…

R1G2: Hobbled Mavs Look To Steal Momentum Back

R1G2: Hobbled Mavs Look To Steal Momentum Back

    HOUSTON, TX — Well, that wasn’t exactly what we were hoping for. The Dallas Mavericks fell to the Houston Rockets 112-102 Saturday night, and did so at the expense of two former Mavericks in Jason Terry and Corey Brewer. Houston hit the Mavericks immediately to start the game with a barrage of 3-point field…

Mavericks-Rockets: The Texas Sized Round Table

Mavericks-Rockets: The Texas Sized Round Table

    The Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets tip off a little under 24 hours from now, and what better to get your hearts pumping then to take in a nice “Texas Sized” round table discussion with all of your friends at Mavs Fanatic. This has been building into a rivalry between Interstate 45 franchises for…

Who Has The Advantage In This Texas Sized Duel?

Who Has The Advantage In This Texas Sized Duel?

  The time has come Mavs Nation! Last night, the Dallas Mavericks (50-32) snagged their 50th win in an impressive showing against the 4th seed, Portland Trailblazers (51-31). The San Antonio Spurs needed a victory over the New Orleans Pelicans last night to claim the 2nd seed, but failed to do so, allowing James Harden…

GAME NIGHT: Mavs Look To Fine Tune Heading Into Playoffs

GAME NIGHT: Mavs Look To Fine Tune Heading Into Playoffs

  With just four games to go in the regular season, the Dallas Mavericks (47-31) are in the Mile High City to face the Denver Nuggets (29-49). The team arrived and practiced in the Mile High City a day early to get acclimated to the notorious thin air. With the regular season wrapping up, here’s what the…

Best Opponent Come Playoff Time For Mavericks

Best Opponent Come Playoff Time For Mavericks

    It’s that time of the year Mavericks fans. The Mavericks clinched their 14th playoff berth in the last 15 seasons last night, despite not even playing. While the Mavericks may have been struggling as of late (losses to Houston and Golden State), they have some players banged up and are already certain they…

Game Night: Mavs Hope To Silence The Thunder

Game Night: Mavs Hope To Silence The Thunder

  The Dallas Mavericks, coming off losses against the San Antonio Spurs and Indiana Pacers, will look to get back to their winning ways on Wednesday night when they take on the Oklahoma City Thunder. This game will be a matchup of teams with injuries to star players, with Dallas having lost Monta Ellis to…