The league’s two highest-scoring teams meet north of the border Friday night with the Raptors seeking their first seven-game winning streak since Vince Carter’s heyday.
Tyson Chandler set season highs with 17 points and 25 rebounds, leading the Mavericks to a 109-102 win on Wednesday night against the Knicks, who were missing Carmelo Anthony.
Donald Sloan, who played at nearby Seagoville High School, scored 29 points, and seven Pacers players scored in double figures, in a 111-100 win over the Mavs on Monday.
Fans of the Mavericks are hyped up about the team’s 9-3 start to the season and that’s understandable. However, there is another reason for Mavs’ fans to be far more excited.
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Dirk Nowitzki’s 3-pointer with 80 seconds left sealed a fifth consecutive win for Dallas, 105-102 over the Wizards, after Monta Ellis scored 24 points in the first half on Wednesday.
Jason Kidd revealed a distrust of the Nets and a desire to get past his departure from the franchise when he returned to Brooklyn on Wednesday as coach of the Bucks.
Jason Collins, the first openly gay player in one of the four major North American professional leagues, announced his retirement Wednesday after 13 years in the NBA.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver wanted to send a strong message on the league’s lack of tolerance for domestic violence.
Monta Ellis scored 18 points, Chandler Parsons had 17 points, and the Mavericks defeated the Hornets by a score of 107-80 on Monday night for their fourth straight victory.
The Mavericks continue to be an offensive juggernaut, though they’ve been significantly better at home than on the road. They’ll look to bring their scoring prowess with them Monday night.
The NBA is expanding the All-Star ballot to include all players, and pushing back the start of voting so fans can better consider their choices.