The Dallas Mavericks are approaching tonight’s NBA Draft and the July 1 opening of free agency as if they have a legitimate shot at “big fish’’ Dwight Howard.
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?
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?
Dwight Howard’s season with the Los Angeles Lakers could not have gone better – for the covetous Dallas Mavericks, that is.
In the third round of NBA All-Star ballot returns, Kobe Bryant remains on top as the leading vote-getter, ahead of LeBron James.
LeBron James and Kobe Bryant are the leading vote-getters, while Jeremy Lin has a chance to bring Linsanity to the NBA All-Star game.
A report from USA Today says the Los Angeles Lakers have fired coach Mike Brown after a 1-4 start to his second season in charge of the team.
Mavs owner Mark Cuban is happy to put pressure on the new-look Lakers, who added Steve Nash and Dwight Howard over the summer. He recently questioned the team’s chemistry.
The Dwight Howard saga is finally about to end, according to reports. A four-team deal involving the Nuggets and 76ers will send the disgruntled Magic center to the Lakers.
Any new offers for Dwight Howard likely won’t be good enough to get a deal done, or they would have come sooner. But some teams will always want to talk. Like the Mavericks.