Turner's Opening Act Leads Pacers Past Mavs, 130-121 In OTDeron Williams led Dallas with 25 points. J.J. Barea and Nowitzki each had 22 as the Mavs lost their fifth in a row in the series.
Mavericks Fall To Indiana In OT On Opening Night 130-121The Mavericks trailed by 9 points entering the 4th quarter but rallied to tie the game and send it to overtime.
NBA 2016-17 Season Preview: Eastern ConferenceThe 2016-17 NBA season tips off October 25. Preview the Eastern Conference elite, contenders, on the rise and rebuilding teams.
Warriors Still The Team To Beat In The WestMuch has changed in the Western Conference. Tim Duncan, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett are all retired. But the target remains the same. It's still the Warriors favored to prevail, followed by the Spurs.
Mavs Sign Jaleel Cousins, Brother Of Kings' DeMarcus CousinsThe Dallas Mavericks have signed free agent center Jaleel Cousins, the younger brother of All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins of Sacramento.
Mavs Edge Spurs In Preseason ActionJonathan Gibson's three-point play with 1:43 left broke a tie and put Dallas ahead to stay.
Mavs Center Bogut: If Clowns Are Scaring You That Much Than "You've Probably Got Some Issues Yourself"The Mavericks' newest center discussed the clown sightings with Ben Rogers and Skin Wade on The Fan.
Mavs Get Preseason Win Over HornetsHarrison Barnes shot 1 for 10 for three points in his second game for Dallas after struggling for Golden State in the NBA Finals.
LeBron Backs Clinton For PresidentLeBron James has given Hillary Clinton an assist. The NBA superstar, who helped end Cleveland's championship drought earlier this summer by winning a title with the Cavaliers, is backing Clinton for president.
LeBron's "Personal Goal" Is To Match JordanLong flattered to be mentioned in the same company with Michael Jordan and other NBA legends, LeBron James has been hesitant to publicly acknowledge that he wants to be remembered as the greatest in league history.
NBA Players Concerned For Their Teams & Their CountryThe basketball cliches that usually dominate NBA Media Day gave way to serious talk about social injustice and violence in communities, with players wanting to be involved in finding solutions.
Opinion: Civil-Rights Protests? Dirk And The Mavs Want InAn assortment of NFL players have expressed the hope that a prominent white professional athlete would join in the National-Anthem-tied cause for social change as it relates to police conflicts with African-Americans.