The Mavs will open their 36th season on the road with a three-game-away stint starting in Phoenix on October 28th, followed by a trip to LA to face the Clippers on the 29th and the Lakers on November 1.
The 2012 slam dunk champion at All-Star weekend averaged 3.7 points and 2.7 rebounds in five seasons with the Utah Jazz. He played in 219 games, making seven starts.
The Dallas Mavericks announced they have signed 7’2″ center Salah Mejri from Tunisia per a team release Thursday.
The Mavericks have signed free-agent forwards Jamil Wilson and Brandon Ashley, per team policy the terms of the deals were not disclosed.
The 6-foot-9 Ndour, a native of Senegal, averaged 9.6 points and 4.8 rebounds in five games for the New York Knicks’ summer league team this month.
The DeAndre Dominoes continue to fall for the Mavs … fall backwards, that is.
Rick Carlisle is an elite NBA coach, one of the Dallas Mavericks’ most valuable assets. So as he enters the final year of his contract, there is understandable concern in Mavs Nation about his Dallas future.
Cuban suggested giving byes to the top seeds in each conference, just one of the rewards of the idea…along with, of course, an increase in revenue and maybe a decrease in tanking.
Mark Cuban has melted the ice in his initially ‘frigid’ dealings with the Clippers and their ‘hail mary’ to intercept DeAndre Jordan’s commitment to Dallas.
This is a continuation of the Mavs’ post-DeAndre Defection intent to remain competitive in 2015-16 as opposed to losing games on purpose in order to help draft position.
With the news that DeAndre Jordan gave the Dallas Mavs a spiritual kick in the nuts, The Fan’s morning show team of Shan, RJ, Roy and Troy all sing songs to DeAndre in honor of his epic diss.
The Dallas Mavericks spent a moment reeling from the near-knockout blow delivered to them by The DeAndre Defection. But now they are back in attack mode.