DeAndre Jordan Abandons Mavs After Teammates' PleaThe Dallas Mavericks received a verbal commitment from DeAndre Jordan on Friday. The Los Angeles Clippers received the only commitment that matters.
Mavs' Chandler Parsons Undergoes Knee SurgeryThe Dallas Mavericks have announced that injured forward Chandler Parsons underwent arthroscopic surgery today to address a cartilage injury to his right knee.
Carlisle Doesn't Expect Rondo To Play For Mavs AgainPoint guard Rajon Rondo has played his last game with the Dallas Mavericks -- at least according to head coach Rick Carlisle.
Mavs Chandler Parsons Out For Playoffs, Rest Of SeasonThe Dallas Mavericks have announced that Chandler Parsons is out for the remainder of the season and is exploring surgical options to address his right knee injury.
Rajon Rondo Out Indefinitely For Dallas MavericksThe team confirms guard Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely due to a back injury.
Rockets Beat Mavs 118-108 In Game 1Seven Rockets scored in double figures in a 118-108 victory over the Dallas Mavericks in Game 1 of their Western Conference series.
Mavs Have Plenty To Play For Even With Seed All But SetDirk and the Mavericks have likely played the last game that matters for their seeding in the Western Conference playoffs.
Parsons Helps Mavs Rout Bucks 125-102Chandler Parsons had 28 points, and helped the Mavericks roll to a 125-102 win over the Bucks on Sunday night. The Mavs built a 13-point lead with a 12-0 run in the first quarter.
Chandler & Chandler Deliver 'On The Court' JusticeHave you had your heart broken at a sporting event? The Dallas Mavericks have the perfect solution for you!
Nowitzki Helps Mavericks Coast Past Jazz 105-82From start to finish in a 105-82 victory on Friday night, Dallas allowed little room for the Jazz to create any sustained offensive rhythm.
Dirk, Monta, Chandler: The New Run DMC?Dirk Nowitzki, Monta Ellis, and Chandler Parsons team up to form the new "Run DMC". Watch their amazing rap session here.
Nowitzki, Parsons Lead Mavs Past Jazz In Home OpenerNowitzki scored 21 points and the Mavericks celebrated the return of two key pieces from the franchise's only championship team in a 120-102 victory over the Utah Jazz.