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Rapid Fire: Mavericks rally to beat Knicks, move back into playoff picture

Rapid Fire: Mavericks rally to beat Knicks, move back into playoff picture

  In a must-win game with playoff implications, the Dallas Mavericks picked up a victory.   Only this time, instead of the normal heroes coming through in the clutch, it was the bench and role players, as the Mavericks (37-38) knocked off the New York Knicks 91-89.   Down as much as 11 points, Dallas…

Game Night: Mavericks Head Home, Look For Another Key Win

Game Night: Mavericks Head Home, Look For Another Key Win

    Dallas, TX – Rick Carlisle made a huge change on Monday night, when he decided to do something MFFL’s have been begging for all season — play the young guns. Justin Anderson and Dwight Powell showed what they can bring to the table, and did so on a night where Dirk Nowitzki shot…

Round Up: Dirk Nowitzki, Mavericks Escape Comeback Fueled By Porzingis

Round Up: Dirk Nowitzki, Mavericks Escape Comeback Fueled By Porzingis

    Mavs.com   Behind 25 points from Dirk Nowitzki, it was all but smooth sailing for the Dallas Mavericks (13-9) en route to their 13th win of the season. Having led by as much as 23 points in the second half, the 4th quarter got all too close for comfort. The Mavs ultimately held…

Game Night: Calderon, Dalembert Return to Dallas with New York State of Mind

Game Night: Calderon, Dalembert Return to Dallas with New York State of Mind

    DALLAS, TX — Tonight, the Dallas Mavericks (10-5) will play host to the New York Knicks (4-11) at the American Airlines Center in a nationally televised game on ESPN. (Note: Early tip-off tonight at 6:30 PM Central Time.) The Mavs will look to put an end to their two-game losing streak, their first…

What to Expect from Raymond Felton This Season

What to Expect from Raymond Felton This Season

    After serving a four-game suspension, due to a guily plea in gun related charges, Raymond Felton is finally ready to step back onto the basketball court. The nine-year veteran out of the University of North Carolina is expected to make his debut in the Mavs backcourt tonight, his first game since being traded with Tyson…

Mavs Fanatic Six Pack: Tyson Back In Big D: Good Move?

Mavs Fanatic Six Pack: Tyson Back In Big D: Good Move?

A rumor that started a little over a month ago turned into a reality much faster than any Mavs Fanatic could have imagined. Tyson Chandler is back in Dallas, and we can only hope that he can fill the void many believed was missing following the historic 2011 championship run. We gathered all of the…

Dallas’ Role in the Carmelo Drama

Dallas’ Role in the Carmelo Drama

Madison Square Garden – it’s February 24, 2014 and the Dallas Mavericks are tied at 108 with the New York Knicks, with only 10.6 seconds left in the game. Vince Carter inbounds the ball from the left sideline to Jose Calderon, who quickly feeds the ball to Dirk Nowizki at the top of the key….

Tyson Chandler: Maverick Return, Yay or Nay?

Tyson Chandler: Maverick Return, Yay or Nay?

The Dallas Mavericks’ offseason began the moment the buzzer sounded on their lopsided 119-96 loss in Game 7 to the San Antonio Spurs. It’s well known by now that the Mavericks do have plenty of flexibility this summer to improve the roster whether it be in free agency or the trade market. Mavs Fanatic partners…

Wrap Up: Dirk Delivers in the Clutch at MSG

Wrap Up: Dirk Delivers in the Clutch at MSG

The Dallas Mavericks (35-23) walk out of the historic Madison Square Garden in a 110-108 victory versus the New York Knicks (12-19). Dirk Nowitzki delivers in the closing seconds, hitting a midrange contested jumper at free throw line sealing the game. The Mavs finish their 3-game road trip with a 3-0 record. How it went…

Mavs Pre-Season 6 Days Away – A Look Back At Tyson Chandler

Mavs Pre-Season 6 Days Away – A Look Back At Tyson Chandler

Your Dallas Mavericks are now only 6 days away until the start of the pre-season. Today marks the opening day of training camp. To continue along with our pre-season countdown, who else can you really place at #6, other than the man who made a lasting impression on the Mavericks franchise in only one season….