Dallas Mavericks GM Donnie Nelson spoke with RAGE about the Mavs and the new journey they will soon take.
With nothing but bad news coming out of the Mavs camp, New School wants to know – are the Mavs on a sinking ship?
For the second time this week, a point guard has reportedly spurned Dallas for New York. Unrestricted free agent point guard Jason Kidd will sign a “multi-year contract” with the Knicks.
After missing out on Deron Williams and then backup-plan Steve Nash, the Mavericks are close to re-signing Jason Kidd on a three-year, $9 million.
CBSSports.com’s Eye On Basketball staff convened to rank the top 40 free agents in the NBA’s 2012 class. Rankings were aggregated. Players listed with position and last year’s team.
The Bulls are reportedly interested in both Jason Kidd and Steve Nash in free agency, but they will also pay whatever they have to in order to keep this season’s core together.
The Dallas Mavericks didn’t even get to enjoy their first NBA title for an entire year.
With no timeouts, surely head coach Rick Carlisle drew up a play just in case OKC scored to take the lead? Sure didn’t look like it.
With three games left in the NBA season, I can’t find a single thing worth playing for from a Dallas perspective.
Jason Kidd told ESPN that he wants to play another season with the Mavs, which might seem like it could complicate the pursuit of Deron Williams.
With the playoffs approaching, the loss denies the Mavs another attempt at a sustained run, something they haven’t had since their four-game win streak in March.
The Dallas Mavericks are without guard Jason Kidd and forward Lamar Odom for their game against the Los Angeles Clippers.