Obama Welcomes NBA Champion Dallas MavericksPresident Barack Obama is hailing the Dallas Mavericks at the White House seven months after they beat the Miami Heat in the NBA finals.
President Obama Honors NBA's Dallas Mavericks At White HousePresident Barack Obama is beginning the week by hosting the NBA world champion Dallas Mavericks at the White House.
It's Official! Mavs To Visit The White House Next WeekFirst the Dallas Mavericks topped their 11th straight 50-win season with an NBA championship, then the NBA lockout gave the league it's first work stoppage since the 1998-99 season. But the Mavs are back on the hardwood and next week they celebrate the championship with President Barack Obama.
Mavs & NBA Differ On Who Set Up White House TripThe Mavericks are getting their White House trip, though Mark Cuban and the NBA disagree on how it was arranged.
Cuban Touts NBA Championship In Perot Legal FightAn NBA championship can provide fame and fortune. In Mark Cuban’s case it also provides legal ammunition when fighting a lawsuit claiming mismanagement.
Senate Resolution Celebrates Mavs ChampionshipYour NBA champs are getting some love on Capitol Hill. Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) and John Cornyn (R-Texas) sponsored and passed a resolution congratulating the Dallas Mavericks on winning the Finals.
Brian Cardinal Talks With RAGEDallas Mavericks star Brian Cardinal (aka Custodian) stops by to talk with RAGE about winning the NBA Championship and what he would like to have instead of an NBA Championship Ring.
200,000 Fans Attend Mavs Victory ParadeThousands of Dallas Mavericks fans flooded into downtown Dallas Thursday to celebrate the city's first sports title in over a decade.
Germany's Merkel Lauds Nowitzki's NBA TriumphGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel has congratulated Dirk Nowitzki on winning the MVP in the Dallas Mavericks' NBA finals triumph.
Mavs Founder Speaks Out About Championship WinWhen Don Carter founded the Mavericks in 1980, Dallas was a football town. "Everybody thought we were crazy trying to bring the NBA here" said Carter.