Dallas Mavericks GM Donnie Nelson gets you ready for the 2014-15 season, which officially begins on Tuesday night with a visit to the defending champion Spurs.
Terms of the deal announced Thursday weren’t released, but it is reportedly a one-year contract for the team’s salary cap exception of $2.7 million.
Just four days after announcing the signing of veteran forward Rashard Lewis, the Dallas Mavericks have voided the contract of the two-time All Star.
The Dallas Mavericks head into Thursday’s NBA draft armed with two second round picks. Donnie Nelson suggests they could make noise in Round 1.
Rumors have surfaced that Carmelo Anthony would consider a move to Dallas. But does the Mavs’ 12-time All-Star think it might actually happen?
As Mavs GM Donnie Nelson says, ‘We definitely did not want to do anything that was lateral. We weren’t afraid to do something if it took us to the next level, but that ultimately did not present itself.’
As the NBA All-Star game kicks off in New Orleans and the Mavs take a mid-season break, the team’s GM Donnie Nelson calls in to the the GBag Nation for an update on the club.
Mavs GM Donnie Nelson hops on with Ben and Skin to talk about the legacy of Dirk and how the Mavs have started off the season.
Mavs GM Donnie Nelson confirmed that Andrew Bynum was in town, and said that he and agent David Lee “had a nice visit.”
105.3 The Fan’s Ben and Skin chat with Dallas Mavericks General Manager Donnie Nelson to discuss their 2013 draft picks Shane Larkin and Jared Leto.
With another year of ‘big fish’ recruiting trips and a NBA lottery draft pick on tap, 105.3 The Fan’s Cory and Nathan got a chance to talk with Dallas Mavericks GM Donnie Nelson.
Mavericks GM Donnie Nelson still believes his team can make the playoffs!