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Dwight Howard’s season with the Los Angeles Lakers could not have gone better – for the covetous Dallas Mavericks, that is.
With a loss to the Phoenix Suns and a win by the Los Angeles Lakers, the Dallas Mavericks have been eliminated from the playoffs for the first time in 12 seasons.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Kobe Bryant might not be the only person upset with Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s comments about the Lakers possibly amnestying the future Hall-of-Famer.
Jerry Buss, the Los Angeles Lakers’ playboy owner who shepherded the NBA franchise to 10 championships from the ’80s Showtime dynasty to the Kobe Bryant era, died Monday, his assistant said.
The Mavericks are worth a staggering $685 million, the fifth highest total in the NBA, according to an annual study released by Forbes. The average team is worth $509 million.
At 34 years old, Kobe Bryant has become the youngest player in NBA history to eclipse 30,000 career points, and only the fifth overall to hit that mark.
The Dallas Mavericks will sign veteran point guard Derek Fisher on Thursday, coach Rick Carlisle announced after a 101-78 loss to Chicago.
Mike D’Antoni’s agent says the Los Angeles Lakers have signed the former coach of the Suns and Knicks to a four-year contract to replace Mike Brown.
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.
First Eddy Curry and now Troy Murphy. What a week for the Dallas Mavericks. According to Yahoo! Sports, the Mavs have reached a one-year agreement to sign Murphy, a forward.
Before tipoff on Tuesday, Dallas GM Donnie Nelson said that the goal “is to protect the hill until our Big German cannon is back in our arsenal.” And then the Mavs beat the Lakers 99-91.
Not only has Eddy Curry landed a new job in the NBA, but it’s appearing to be a starting job. Ladies and gentleman, check out the state of your 2012-13 Dallas Mavericks!