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As the NBA trade deadline approached on Thursday afternoon, it appeared that the Dallas Mavericks would not be making a move. Then, three minutes before the time was up, Mavericks GM Donnie Nelson called owner Mark Cuban with a proposal involving Dahntay Jones in exchange for Hawks shooting guard Anthony Morrow.
Chris Kaman’s frustration over being sidelined since Jan. 28 with a concussion caused him to criticize the NBA’s “concussion protocol crap’’ on Tuesday as he continues to undergo tests that might allow him to return to the team’s rotation no sooner than this weekend.
The Dallas Mavericks used their only pick of the first round to get 7-foot North Carolina center Tyler Zeller, then traded his rights to Cleveland for three selections.
Mavericks guard Delonte West has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for jabbing his finger into the ear of Jazz swingman Gordon Hayward during the second quarter of Utah’s 123-121 triple-overtime win over Dallas on Monday.
With the end of the second-longest NBA lockout in league history finally approaching, a Dallas man is hopeful he may finally be able to fulfill a dream.
It appears the wait is over for North Texas basketball fans: A tentative agreement between NBA owners and players was struck early Saturday, following a 149-day lockout.
NBA owners and players have reached a tentative agreement to end the lockout.
The Dallas Mavericks are the defending NBA champions, but they may not have a chance to defend their title this year.
Once the World Series is over, Dirk Nowitzki will start planning a trip back to Germany unless there’s progress toward starting the NBA season.
NBA Commissioner David Stern canceled the first two weeks of the season Monday after owners and players were unable to reach a new labor deal and end the lockout.
CBS 11 Sports Director Babe Laufenberg recently sat down with Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. The two talked about the Mavs’ NBA title run this year, Cuban’s outlook for what’s next, and the possibility of Mark Cuban one day holding public office. Here is part of their conversation.
@ThatSportsGirl – also known as Gina Miller – is queen of the twitterverse, and has a look at what NBA players and others are tweeting as a lockout looms.