Tag Archives: Rajon Rondo

Report: Dwyane Wade’s Reps Reach Out to Mavs

Report: Dwyane Wade’s Reps Reach Out to Mavs

  Close your eyes, Mavs fans.   Think of all the different players you’ve absolutely despised over the years of your fandom…  Who’s the one who still makes your blood boil?   Lamar Odom?  Come on, it might be best for MFFL’s to cut Lam-Lam some slack after how the last few years of his…

Game Night: Mavericks Look For 4th Straight, Create Separation In Standings

Game Night: Mavericks Look For 4th Straight, Create Separation In Standings

    After a comfortable win over the Orlando Magic on Monday, the Mavericks remain at home for a game against the Sacramento Kings. Which allows me to bring up a question that has floated in my mind for ages, and that question is, “How good are the home cooked meals for NBA players?” I…

Powell or McGee: The Battle For Playing Time

Powell or McGee: The Battle For Playing Time

  Dwight Powell or JaVale McGee?   In December of 2014 the Dallas Mavericks made a trade with the Boston Celtics to acquire Rajon Rondo in what was supposed to be a blockbuster move. I’m sure I don’t need to explain how that panned out.   The trade wasn’t a total bust; the Mavericks also…

Rajon Rondo: A Breach of Contract

Rajon Rondo: A Breach of Contract

    On the day of Rajon Rondo‘s first visit back to Dallas since his lackluster performance in the 1st round of the Playoffs last season, it seemed necessary to explain the differences in what went down with Rondo, as opposed to what happened with DeAndre Jordan.   Last season, the Dallas Mavericks were leading…

Dallas Mavericks 2015-2016 Season: Circle These 10

Dallas Mavericks 2015-2016 Season: Circle These 10

  Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports   On Wednesday night, the NBA released the upcoming schedule for the 2015-2016 season. We already know when the Dallas Cowboys are playing, and now that we know when our Dallas Mavericks are playing, we can really find some marquee can’t miss games to circle on our calendar for Dirk…

The Mystery Question: Too Much Monta?

The Mystery Question: Too Much Monta?

    It has not often been questioned around the league whether a team should bring back their leading scorer. The Mavs, entering the offseason with a plethora of options, and cap space, have to ask themselves this question: Do we resign Monta, and if so, at what price? I take a look at the…

A Blueprint For Success?

A Blueprint For Success?

    In the 1998 NBA Draft, the Dallas Mavericks found a way to snag Dirk Nowitzki in a trade with the Milwaukee Bucks. They paired up the lengthy German with Steve Nash and Michael Finley.  They went only 19-31 in a strike shortened season, and failed to make the playoffs the following year, going…

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…

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…