LeBron James singularly orchestrated the Big Three union. And now that he has opted out of his Miami Heat contract, he’s once again the Alpha Male of pro sports. Teams are scrambling to find the proper finances and expiring contracts, flipping over cushions for salary cap coin.
With Chris Paul re-upping in Los Angeles and a Bledsoe trade requiring the taking on of ballast, the Mavs point guard attention quickly turned to Jose Calderon.
Rumors are everywhere insisting the Dallas Mavericks are “close to dumping’’ Shawn Marion and the No. 13 pick for cap room as part of their pursuit of Chris Paul and/or Dwight Howard.
This is not a prediction that the Dallas Mavericks are going to achieve their “Double Pipe-Dream’’ by acquiring both of this summer’s top NBA free agents, Chris Paul and Dwight Howard.
Perhaps the two biggest names available in unrestricted free agency this year are superstars Chris Paul and center Dwight Howard. The question is, which of them is the best value?
So Mark Cuban, Chris Paul and Tiger Woods walk into a bar…
Now that the Clippers and Lakers are out of the NBA playoffs, the questions now in LA is — Where will Dwight Howard and Chris Paul go?
A gutty 109-102 overtime victory over the Clippers late Tuesday night pulls Dallas to within one game of the eighth and final playoff seed in the Western Conference.
Dirk Nowitzki had a season-high 33 points as the Mavericks moved within a game of .500 for the first time since mid-December with a 109-102 victory over the Clippers.
Chris Paul became the first Clippers player to be NBA All-Star Game’s MVP, scoring 20 points and handing out 15 assists in the West’s 143-138 win over the East.
Chris Paul had 19 points and 16 assists, and the Los Angeles Clippers held on to beat the Dallas Mavericks 99-93 on Wednesday night, extending their franchise-record home winning streak to 13 games.
In the third round of NBA All-Star ballot returns, Kobe Bryant remains on top as the leading vote-getter, ahead of LeBron James.