The Dallas Mavericks have announced that injured forward Chandler Parsons underwent arthroscopic surgery today to address a cartilage injury to his right knee.
Dirk and the Mavs are headed into yet another uncertain offseason after failing to advance in the playoffs for the fourth straight year since winning the franchise’s first championship.
The Dallas Mavericks proved too proud to suffer a four-game sweep against one of their in-state rivals, though a cold shooting night from the Houston Rockets certainly helped.
As usual, Dirk Nowitzki stayed on the practice court long after the rest of the Dallas players, shooting jumper after jumper on a day between first-round playoff games against Houston. Never mind that the Mavericks trailed 3-0 in the series.
What can we say about the most rewarding tenure of a DFW athlete since Lamar Odom? Not much. But here are some more reasons that I simply can’t stand you.
The Dallas Mavericks have announced that Chandler Parsons is out for the remainder of the season and is exploring surgical options to address his right knee injury.
The Dallas Mavericks outcome in Utah on Monday was muddled. A 109-92 loss for which Dirk, Tyson and Monta didn’t even show up. But now the Mavs’ playoff picture suddenly has a great deal of clarity.
Dirk and the Mavericks have likely played the last game that matters for their seeding in the Western Conference playoffs.
Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle told 105.3 The Fan that he wasn’t certain Monta Ellis would be ‘playing any time soon.’ Hours later Ellis returned to Mavs practice.
Popular opinion is an NBA team must be good on the boards to be good in the standings. But when it comes to the 2014-15 Dallas Mavericks, that old basketball adage has proven to be unequivocally false.
LaMarcus Aldridge had 17 points and 12 rebounds and the Portland Trail Blazers pulled away in the second half for a 94-75 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday night.
With time served in a loss at Atlanta one night after the episode marred a win at home against Toronto, Rondo returned to practice Friday and said he was ready to move on. And Carlisle said he’d already done so.