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Mavs Trying to Avoid First Losing Season in 17 Years

Mavs Trying to Avoid First Losing Season in 17 Years

  All-Star Weekend has come and gone, the NBA trade deadline is later this week (Thursday at 2:00 p.m. CT), and there are only 26 games remaining for the Dallas Mavericks to avoid their first losing season since 1999-2000. With a current record of 22-34, the Mavs definitely have their work cut out for them….

Mavs Can’t Overcome Lopsided Third Quarter, Lose to Kings 120-89

Mavs Can’t Overcome Lopsided Third Quarter, Lose to Kings 120-89

DALLAS, TX–Wednesday night was much of the same for the Dallas Mavericks (4-17) against the Sacramento Kings (8-13).The effort was there, but they just couldn’t put together a full 48 minutes of good basketball. On this night, it was a 3rd quarter that did the Mavs in, as they were outscored 29-12 in the period. The…

Rapid Fire: Mavericks Woes Continue In Sacramento

Rapid Fire: Mavericks Woes Continue In Sacramento

    With nine games left to play, the Dallas Mavericks are doing the opposite of what they should be doing. A team that once was hovering around the fifth and sixth seed in the Western Conference now finds themselves on the outside looking in. At 35-38, the Mavs are three games under the .500…

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…

Game Night: Dirkless Mavs in Sacramento

Game Night: Dirkless Mavs in Sacramento

  SACRAMENTO, CA — Just four games left before a much-needed All-Star Weekend Break, the Mavs continue their west road trip to take on the Sacramento Kings. Despite blowing a heart wrenching 22-point lead in defeat in Golden State last night, Dallas has won three of their last four games. Sacramento in contrast holds the 12th spot in the…

Game Night: Mavs Look To Stop Latest Skid

Game Night: Mavs Look To Stop Latest Skid

    The Dallas Mavericks (26-12) take on the Sacramento Kings (16-21) tonight in Sacramento.  The Kings, after starting hot, are on a brutal 23-game stretch where they have 7 wins and 16 defeats with only a win against Oklahoma City being considered a quality win.  On the other side the Dallas Mavericks have been…

Game Night: Mavs Look To Bounce Back Against Surprising Kings

Game Night: Mavs Look To Bounce Back Against Surprising Kings

    The Dallas Mavericks (4-3), coming off a disappointing performance Sunday night against Miami, will look to get back into the win column against the vastly improved Sacramento Kings (5-2). Despite losing a dud in Oklahoma City Sunday night, the Kings have taken down some powerhouses from the Western Conference: LA Clippers, Portland Trailblazers,…

MGN: Mavs Aim to Continue California Success in Sacramento

MGN: Mavs Aim to Continue California Success in Sacramento

The Dallas Mavericks (46-31) take on the out of playoff contention Sacramento Kings (27-49). Much like the game against the Lakers, this is one that the Mavs must take care of and handle their business. The Mavs again face a team with injury issues as point guard Isaiah Thomas (quad) doesn’t appear to be available…

MGN: Mavs Look To Take Down Kings And Inch Closer

MGN: Mavs Look To Take Down Kings And Inch Closer

The Dallas Mavericks (43-30) suffered yet another brutal loss at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers (51-22) and have fallen even further behind in the Western Conference Playoff race. They welcome the Sacramento Kings (25-47) to the AAC tonight in what SHOULD be a victory for the Mavericks. The Game At Hand: This is a tale of…

Mavs Memories With TC: 2003 Western Conference Finals

Mavs Memories With TC: 2003 Western Conference Finals

We all know how magical the Mavs’ 2011 run was.  It’s been written about and documented on and I’m sure we’ve all watched the 4th quarter of game 2 multiple times.  It was one of the greatest stories of vindication ever told.  Never before have we seen a single championship seem like it was a…