I’m bummed about the Mavericks’ draft. And so, privately, are they. Guy they really wanted – UConn shooting guard Jeremy Lamb – didn’t fall to them at 17 like they hoped.
With Phil Jackson and Lamar Odom out, Kobe one year older, and CP3 playing in Lob City…the Lakers might very well be on the ropes, but those hoping L.A. might take another half step back […]
It may be a case of a little too much celebrating. Dallas Mavericks player DeShawn Stevenson was arrested Tuesday night in Irving.
Listen in as DeShawn Stevenson calls in and talks about the playoffs, the “fight” in Game 6 and having a spot reserved for a new tattoo.
Dirk Nowitzki was talking about the NBA championship capping his career wish list and how much it meant after all the heartbreaks along the way. Then he stopped, laughed and said, “I’m not going to retire or anything if that’s what you think.”
With a roster featuring just one prime-of-his-career headliner, the Mavs won the old-fashioned way, with an emphasis on things like unselfishness.
After being replaced in Dallas’ starting lineup, guard DeShawn Stevenson responded off the bench with his first double-figure scoring game in more than four months — all in one quarter of the Mavericks’ 86-83 win in Game 4 of the NBA finals.
Forward Shawn Marion missed the Mavericks’ game against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday with a sprained right wrist.
Dallas coach Rick Carlisle knew his short-handed team needed a boost to break its three-game losing streak.
Dirk Nowitzki had 31 points and 15 rebounds, and the Dallas Mavericks extended their winning streak to 12 games with a 103-97 victory over the Utah Jazz on Saturday night.
Dirk Nowitzki scored 21 points, Jason Terry added 15 and the Dallas Mavericks snapped a two-game skid with a 98-93 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night.