The Mavs believe they have the makings of a premier two-man game with newcomer Monta Ellis joining Dirk Nowitzki. But they need a third man to run the show – and at Tuesday’s practice they got one of their first long looks at the man for the job.
The coolest dude in Dallas, Dirk Nowitzki, joined the Ben and Skin show yesterday to talk about fatherhood and the social awkwardness of Coach Carlisle.
Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle calls in to the Ben and Skin show, to discuss his thoughts with training camp nearing, and also to discuss his poor performance in NFL picks.
The Mavericks jersey design contest has entered it’s final phase – and owner Mark Cuban wants the fans to weigh in.
The Mavericks have added center Fab Melo, guard-forward D.J. Kennedy and guard Richard McConnell to their roster for training camp.
Monta Ellis and Jose Calderon are the new starting guards in another roster makeover for the Dallas Mavericks.
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.
News that Marcus Camby was made available via his buyout from Toronto did not phase the Mavericks, a source saying that the club passed to focus on a deal for Samuel Dalembert.
Mavs rookie Shane Larkin had surgery to repair a fractured right ankle according to a team press release.
Reports said that Mavericks rookie guard Shane Larkin has broken his ankle during a summer league practice and could miss two to three months.
Termed a ‘longshot’ to come to Dallas two days ago, Monta Ellis is in the process of agreeing to a three-year Mavs deal, sources told 105.3 The Fan.
Jose Calderon led the NBA in 3-point shooting at 46 percent last season. He had spent his entire eight-year career with Toronto before going to Detroit in a three-team deal.