Just in time to head to Oxnard, DFW native receiver Dezmon Briscoe is joining Dallas as one of 11 receivers on the roster.
Troy Aikman is surprised the Cowboys didn’t select Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel, a player he’s rooting for and thinks can be “really good” in the NFL.
The Dirk discount is deeper than expected – in more ways than one.
The Dallas Mavericks will acquire minimum-wage center/forward Greg Smith in a trade with the Bulls, an NBA source confirms, adding that Dallas has given up “nothing” in the swap.
The Mavs were hoping to bring back Vince Carter back. Here are there options now that Carter has signed a three-year, $12-million deal with Memphis.
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.
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
As all-over-the-map as it looks, here is a profile of what the Mavs are looking for.
The Mavs’ Summer shopping season began at 11:01 p.m. Tuesday and it began in Dallas, at dinner, with Mark Cuban as the host and Dirk Nowitzki as the guest of honor.
Other shoes must drop, beginning at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday with the opening of the NBA free-agency Shopping Season.
Where is Dallas roster-wise?