Barea Leads Mavericks To 97-88 Win Over NuggetsPowell had 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter and Anderson added 11, helping the short-handed Mavericks halt a three-game skid with a 97-88 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Monday night.
JJ Barea InterviewDallas Mavericks point guard JJ Barea joins Skin and Bacsik to talk about the Mavericks season so far and to answer a question from his biggest fan... Skin's mom Gator.
Ben Rogers, Mavs Locker Room ExplorerAfter last night's 53 point Mavericks victory, Ben made his way into the locker room for interviews with backup big man Brandan Wright and backup guard JJ Barea.
Limiting Dirk's Minutes Requires Delicate 'Balance'In 80 games played last season, only twice did Dirk play 24 minutes or less. He did so on Thursday night in a dominant, balanced team win over Utah.
Nowitzki, Parsons Lead Mavs Past Jazz In Home OpenerNowitzki scored 21 points and the Mavericks celebrated the return of two key pieces from the franchise's only championship team in a 120-102 victory over the Utah Jazz.
JJ Barea Returns to MavsThe Dallas Mavericks have brought back yet another key piece of the 2011 team that won the franchise's only NBA Championship.
Could JJ Barea Return To Dallas?Tyson Chandler, a member of the Mavericks' 2011 NBA Championship team, returned to Dallas this offseason. Could another beloved Mav be nearing a return?
Barea, Bynum, and JR Smith's WeaponAfter talking about the possibility of the Mavs bringing in JJ Barea or Andrew Bynum, the crew slips into a J.R. Smith conversation and Ben is in awe with what he is working with.
Do Mavericks Fans Want Andrew Bynum?Would the man that elbowed JJ Barea across the lane back in 2011 be welcomed to the Metroplex? New School discusses.
Collison Leads Balanced Mavs Over Wolves 113-98Darren Collison now runs the floor where J.J. Barea was the spark that helped rally the Dallas Mavericks to their first championship two seasons ago.
Nowitzki Curious Who'll Help Mavs Defend CrownWith owner Mark Cuban trying to clear the salary cap for next offseason, some players are likely to get longer, more lucrative deals elsewhere.