Flashback: 5 Memorable Photos From Mavs' 2011 TitleOn June 12, 2011, the Dallas Mavericks earned the franchise's first and only NBA Title by defeating the Miami Heat.
Rockets Beat Mavs 118-108 In Game 1Seven Rockets scored in double figures in a 118-108 victory over the Dallas Mavericks in Game 1 of their Western Conference series.
Jason TerryJason Terry weighs in on the Tyson Chandler trade and other NBA topics.
Jason 'JET' Terry On NBA Finals, Mavs And MoreJET didn't hold back on his hatred for the Miami Heat, giving advice on what the Mavs need to be successful and what the chances are he'll play for the Mavs again?
Mavs Beat Celtics To Spoil Terry's Dallas ReturnDirk Nowitzki scored 22 points, Shawn Marion had a double-double in his return from a calf injury and the Mavericks spoiled Jason Terry's return to Dallas with a 104-94 victory over the Boston Celtics on Friday night.
For Mavs Homecoming, Jason Terry's Top 10 Shootaround Quotes Jason Terry and the Boston Celtics are at the AAC for Jet's first return since leaving the Dallas Mavericks via free agency last summer ... and Jet held court at the Friday morning shoot-around.
Jason 'Jet' Terry Returns To Dallas With Celtics Tonight marks the return of Jason “Jet” Terry to the American Airlines Center. What waits for the current Boston Celtics Guard is a great deal of history and a fan base eager to see him return.
Report Says Celtics Have Officially Signed TerryThere's a new jet landing at Logan Airport. The Boston Celtics have officially signed free agent guard Jason Terry, according to the Boston Globe.
Are The Mavs On A Sinking Ship?With nothing but bad news coming out of the Mavs camp, New School wants to know - are the Mavs on a sinking ship?
Celtics Reportedly Close To Deal With TerryThe old are getting older, and possibly better. Yahoo! Sports reports that the Celtics are "in final discussions" on a deal for Mavericks free agent guard Jason Terry.
Pick Your PoisonMavs’ fans are faced with a daunting dilemma: Hand their trophy to a division rival across the Red River or their two-time Finals foes
All OutHaving seen Dallas fall from NBA champions to being swept out of the playoffs, Richie Whitt offers an ode to the shortened season that stunk for Mavs fans.