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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…

Morning Coffee Break: Mavs Stumble Out of All-Star Break

Morning Coffee Break: Mavs Stumble Out of All-Star Break

    Now that the NBA All-Star Weekend ended, the Dallas Mavericks‘ push for a top Western Conference seed began Thursday night with a much anticipated match-up against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Unfortunately, the Mavericks couldn’t get the job done, falling on the road 104-89. With the win, the Thunder move in to a tie for…

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…

Game Night: Mavs Look For Series Sweep Against Wizards

Game Night: Mavs Look For Series Sweep Against Wizards

    Dallas, TX — The Dallas Mavericks (22-10) are coming off an impressive victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night. Dirk Nowitzki led the way with 30 points and Rajon Rondo had another stellar outing, especially when it came to stopping Russell Westbrook throughout. The Mavericks now turn their attention to the Washington Wizards (22-8),…

Mavs Introduce Rajon Rondo, Dwight Powell

Mavs Introduce Rajon Rondo, Dwight Powell

      Dallas, TX–Today, the Dallas Mavericks introduced point guard Rajon Rondo along with center Dwight Powell in a press conference at the American Airlines Center. Late last night, the Mavs officially acquired Rondo and Powell from the Boston Celtics in exchange for center Brandan Wright, forward Jae Crowder, guard Jameer Nelson, a 2015…

Mavs Schedule Release: 5 Must See Match-Ups

Mavs Schedule Release: 5 Must See Match-Ups

The Dallas Mavericks are coming off a bitter-sweet season. It was a season in which they finally made it back to the postseason after sitting out the year before. However, they got beat in the first round in seven games against the San Antonio Spurs. They did manage to take the eventual NBA champions further…

Wrap Up: Mavs Triumph Over Thunder in OT

Wrap Up: Mavs Triumph Over Thunder in OT

The Dallas Mavericks (43-29) end the night with a much needed win, defeating the West’s second best Oklahoma City Thunder (52-19) 128-119 in overtime. The victory puts the Mavs just a half game above the Phoenix Suns for the eighth and final playoff spot. How it went down: The moment the game tipped, both teams…

Mavs Game Night: Dallas Plays Host to Oklahoma City

Mavs Game Night: Dallas Plays Host to Oklahoma City

The Dallas Mavericks (42-29) have four games left in their 8-game home stand, looking forward to the intra-conference matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder (52-18). The Game At Hand: Dallas has performed somewhat sluggish as of late, winning only five of nine games since the All-Star Break. Sunday night is a prime example of the…

MGN: Crucial Home Stretch Begins As Mavs Take On Celtics

MGN: Crucial Home Stretch Begins As Mavs Take On Celtics

The Dallas Mavericks (40-27) were handed a gift heading into last night’s matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder (48-18), and took full advantage of it. Missing Russell Westbrook, Kendrick Perkins, and Thabo Sefolosha, the Thunder were no match for the well balanced Mavericks attack. Today, they will begin their long 8-game home stand as they take on the…

Wrap Up: Mavs Hammer Thunder Behind Balanced Attack

Wrap Up: Mavs Hammer Thunder Behind Balanced Attack

The Dallas Mavericks (40-27) finished off their three-game road trip in Oklahoma City to face the Thunder (48-18) on Sunday night. The Thunder, who were without Russell Westbrook for the night, were trying to increase their winning streak over Dallas to 12. The Mavs weren’t having any of it though as they went on to…