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Feature of the Week: Dallas Mavs Dancer Lauren

Feature of the Week: Dallas Mavs Dancer Lauren

Mavs Fanatic Feature of the Week—Being an MFFL is something to be proud of. It’s a community of hardcore Mavericks fans dedicated to one thing and one thing only: supporting the Dallas Mavericks. MFFL’s are a tight-knit group that have long been recognized as one of the best fan bases in the NBA. Each week…

Dallas Hoping to Rebound against Denver

Dallas Hoping to Rebound against Denver

  In a rare home appearance for the Dallas Mavericks (27-13) this month, they will face the Denver Nuggets (18-20) in the second game of a home-and-home series. The Mavericks lost in Denver on Wednesday night to finish their three-game road trip 1-2. During that game, Dallas rested Tyson Chandler, Dirk Nowitzki and Rajon Rondo because…

Mavs Morning Coffee: Overcome Rough 4th Quarter, Prevail In OT

Mavs Morning Coffee: Overcome Rough 4th Quarter, Prevail In OT

    It wasn’t pretty by any standards. Trailing by 10 with a little over four minutes to play, the Mavericks went on a 14-4 run to give them a chance to win the game at the end. After DeMarcus Cousins was whistled for an offensive foul with 23 seconds remaining, the Mavericks found themselves…

Gameday: Mavs Start West Coast Trip in Los Angeles

Gameday: Mavs Start West Coast Trip in Los Angeles

  LOS ANGELES — This afternoon, the Dallas Mavericks (26-11) take on the Los Angeles Clippers (24-12) at 2:30 pm at STAPLES Center in California (TV: Fox Sports Southwest). The Mavs, who will play most games this month away from the American Airlines Center, kick off another 3-game road trip. Following a date with the Clippers, Dallas will travel…

Game Night: Let’s Go Streaking

Game Night: Let’s Go Streaking

  The two hottest teams in the NBA play tonight as the Dallas Mavericks (26-10) host the Detroit Pistons (11-23).  While their records and place in the standings are much different they are both on the longest current win streaks in the NBA at 6 games.   Projected Starters Mavs PG: Rajon Rondo 12.7 PPG, 8.2 APG, 5.8 RPG…

Rondo Shines in Boston Return

Rondo Shines in Boston Return

  RONDO’S RETURN:   Last night was all about Rajon Rondo.   Over eight seasons, four All-Star appearances and a championship summed up what was an amazing run for Rondo in Boston Celtics green.   The return was everything you could have wanted and more. Boston roared in applause for their point guard when he…

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),…

Wrap Up: Rondo Leads Mavs to Win Over Lakers

Wrap Up: Rondo Leads Mavs to Win Over Lakers

  MFFLs can breathe a sigh of relief as the Mavs snap a two-game losing streak with a 102-98 win against the Los Angeles Lakers.   With Lakers’ head coach Byron Scott forcing Kobe Bryant to miss his third straight game; you’d think the Mavs would run away with this game. That’s definitely not the…

Game Night: Mavs Look to End Slide, Host Lakers

Game Night: Mavs Look to End Slide, Host Lakers

  The Dallas Mavericks look to end a two-game losing streak when they host the Los Angeles Lakers tonight at the American Airlines Center.   The Game at Hand:   Dallas may contribute to the lack of star power tonight with both Dirk Nowitzki and Monta Ellis questionable with illness. Kobe Bryant (sore Achilles) said…

Wrap Up: Mavs Burned in the Desert

Wrap Up: Mavs Burned in the Desert

  A bounce back win was on the menu, but the cooks didn’t deliver.   After a 105-102 loss at home to the streaking Atlanta Hawks, the Mavs fell in Phoenix 124-115. The lack of defense continued to bury the Mavs in which they couldn’t dig themselves out of.   Dirk Nowitzki and Tyson Chandler…