Lamar Odom’s downward spiral continues and the Ben and Skin show give you the latest, including a tale from Memphis, the setting where Lamar’s Mavericks career came to an end.
Bernard James was originally waived by the Mavericks on July 19 and cleared waivers on July 21. He was put through waivers for salary cap reasons.
Howard, a seven-time All-Star, has vowed to make his decision in his own best interests, giving no indication he favored the Lakers over any other team.
Gregg Doyel feels that the winner of the Dwight Howard sweepstakes will be anything but a winner. In fact, he goes as far as calling Howard a loser, coach killer and jerk.
105.3 The Fan’s Ben and Skin chatted with Dallas Mavericks first round draft pick Shane Larkin to discuss his post-draft thoughts, as well as recommend a new television show for him to watch!
Skin tries to keep Ben’s dreams of landing D12 in check, while Ben claims that Skin is keeping a wet blanket over the Mavericks free agent dreams.
JET 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?
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.
Former Mavs star Jason Kidd hopped on with 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday to talk about his retirement, the Mavs championship and his relationships with Mark Cuban and Dirk Nowitzki.
Who would be the biggest possible guest that Ben & Skin could have on to help welcome them to the FAN on their first day? How about future NBA Hall of Famer Dirk Nowitzki!
How do you deteriorate into an 8-8 franchise that annually struggles to maintain a deep, competitive roster? By drafting like the Dallas Cowboys did in a four-year span from ’06-’09.
Brittney Griner is arguably the greatest women’s basketball player in NCAA history, and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says he would consider drafting the All-American from Baylor.