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R1G1: It’s Time, Mavs Start in Houston

R1G1: It’s Time, Mavs Start in Houston

  HOUSTON, TX — The Western Conference First Round series between the Houston Rockets and Dallas Mavericks kicks off tonight. Several headliners among the Texas rivals will be background chatter as both squads are focused and ready start the postseason with a victory.   Dallas and Houston have met twice before in the playoffs, the…

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…

Wrap Up: Mavs Suffer Tough Loss In Indy

Wrap Up: Mavs Suffer Tough Loss In Indy

The Dallas Mavericks were handed a very tough loss Sunday night against the Indiana Pacers, who sit in the 9th spot in the Eastern Conference, 104-99.  The Pacers had lost 7 out of their last 8 games and with the Thunder, Rockets and Warriors being the Mavs next three opponents, this loss stings even more.  …

Exhale! Ellis & the Mavericks Dominate the Spurs

Exhale! Ellis & the Mavericks Dominate the Spurs

  Ahh. We can breathe Mavs fans! With seemingly everything possible going wrong at the worst time of the season, the Mavs were able to put on a second half show against the defending champion San Antonio Spurs. Rajon Rondo’s fit, Monta’s shooting struggles, Rick Carlisle questioning the soul of the team. For tonight, those…

Game Night: Mavs Look To Build On Recent Success

Game Night: Mavs Look To Build On Recent Success

Fresh off two victories against quality opponents, a 129-99 rout of the Los Angeles Clippers and a 119-115 come from behind victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Dallas Mavericks will look to make it three in a row Wednesday night when they play their final home game of the year against a team from…

Preview: Sliding Mavs To Face L.A. Clippers

Preview: Sliding Mavs To Face L.A. Clippers

  Ronald Martinez/Getty Images On, Friday March 13, the Los Angeles Clippers (42-23) come into town to face to struggling Dallas Mavericks (41-25) at 7:30 pm CST at the American Airlines Center. The game will be televised locally on Fox Sports Southwest.   Special guest post by Reece Waddell     DALLAS, TX — Head Coach…

Game Night: Mavs Face Surging Pelicans

Game Night: Mavs Face Surging Pelicans

  DALLAS, TX — The Dallas Mavericks square off against the New Orleans Pelicans tonight at the AAC. Without keys players in Tyson Chandler and Chandler Parsons, the Mavericks have struggled on both ends of the floor. Both will be out once again, but the Pelicans continue to be without superstar Anthony Davis. No excuses in this…

Game Night: Mavs Start 2nd Half Of Season In OKC

Game Night: Mavs Start 2nd Half Of Season In OKC

    Twenty-seven games to go in the regular season for the Dallas Mavericks (36-19) and we’re starting to see the team that will step into the playoffs. The roster that will step onto the floor tonight against the Oklahoma City Thunder (28-25) is quite different than the roster that opened the season for Dallas…