The time for experimenting is over. P.J. Carlesimo has to play his best guys for as long as they can go.
Mark Cuban stubbornly insists his apology isn’t an apology.
The Mavs failed in both long-term and short-term goals as they started Wednesday three games out of the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
Deron Williams didn’t want Friday’s Mavs visit to Brooklyn to be about him. In a way, he got his wish, as Dallas built a huge lead before holding on for a 98-90 win that breaks a three-game losing streak for a Mavs team still trying to mature its way into playoff contention.
Mark Cuban was too busy listening to “Shark Tank” pitches to make one of his own, and that just might have cost his Mavericks their shot at Deron Williams back in July.
Two months after missing out on free-agent target Deron Williams, the Dallas Mavericks have finally introduced their new veteran players.
With nothing but bad news coming out of the Mavs camp, New School wants to know – are the Mavs on a sinking ship?
It’s over, Mavs fans. It was gone for good the moment Deron Williams decided to stay with the Brooklyn Nets. Did anyone really think we had a shot at signing Williams?
Now that Deron Williams is staying put in Brooklyn and the likelihood of Dwight Howard following is, well, “likely,” another target for the Dallas Mavericks include a blast-from-the-past –– veteran point guard Steve Nash.
Deron Williams is staying with the Nets. The All-Star point guard says on his Twitter page that he “made a very tough decision today” and posted a picture of the new team logo that accompanies the Nets’ move from New Jersey to Brooklyn.
He’s from Dallas, loves the city but doesn’t live here during the off-season – so what are the chances that Deron will don a Mavs uniform?
While Mavs optimists are holding out hope of landing Williams, who grew up in Dallas, executives working the phones have detected a real concern that Williams will opt to join the Nets.