It’s not great video, but the video clearly shows restricted free agent Chandler Parsons, along with Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, signing an offer sheet with the Mavs at an Orlando nightclub.
Shan & RJ crosstalked with In The Loop With Nick & Lopez about Parsons and what he potentially brings to Dallas.
The Mavericks have made a move at small forward, with restricted free agent Chandler Parsons signing a three-year offer sheet worth more than $45 million.
The NBA has set the 2014-15 salary cap at $63.1 million, an all-time high, paving the way for contracts to be signed.
The Dallas Mavericks announced the team’s roster and schedule for the 2014 NBA Summer League, which will take place in Las Vegas in mid-July.
The Dallas Mavericks are working on sealing a deal with Devin Harris, with the likelihood being that he gets the sort of deal (three years and $9 million) that was on the table for him in Dallas before the toe injury was revealed.
The last time LeBron was on the market, the Mavs politely downplayed their interest because they lacked cap space and could only pull up a chair to the poker table at the invitation of the Cavs.
The Mavs knew all along that Dirk Nowitzki would re-up in Dallas. The deal is reportedly in the $10 million a year range, for three years, with some creativity tucked in.
The Mavs pulled some ‘misdirection’ before Wednesday’s Carmelo Anthony recruiting session but, once all were gathered, were nothing but ‘direct’ with their free-agent target.
Carmelo Anthony will meet the Mavs in Dallas today and while there will be a dog-and-pony show, the foundation for Mark Cuban’s proposal will follow a four-step outline
Today is a big day for the Dallas Mavericks because they have a meeting with a free agent player who could make a big difference for this team the next few years.
As all-over-the-map as it looks, here is a profile of what the Mavs are looking for.