The gang took a road trip Tuesday night to check out the local NBA team, the Phoenix Suns, take on the San Antonio Spurs…and NBA Commissioner David Stern showed up.
Rangers’ manager Ron Washington stopped by our 105.3 The Fan radio booth after yesterday’s spring training loss to the White Sox here in Surprise. His optimism overfloweth.
PHOENIX (AP) — The Phoenix Suns finally got the best of the Dallas Mavericks. Barely. Jared Dudley scored 12 of his 18 points in a third-quarter comeback and Phoenix held on to beat Dallas 96-94 on Thursday night, the Suns’ first victory over the Mavericks in nine tries.
The Mavericks haven’t won away from home in nearly three weeks, and their upcoming stretch of three road games in three nights may have come at an inopportune time.
With apologies to the wonderful Navy SEALS who serve our country with pride, the Mavericks are going through the NBA’s version of Hell Week right now.
Steve Nash has said a hundred times that he doesn’t want to be traded from the Phoenix Suns. But would he consider coming back to Dallas?
Vince Carter scored 21 points against a Phoenix team that’s still paying him, helping the Dallas Mavericks to a 122-99 rout of the Steve Nash-less Suns on Monday night.
Kim Kardashian has left Dallas, at least for now. She arrived in town on Tuesday to offer a helping hand for younger sister Khloe, who just moved to town.
The Mavs got a 115-90 win over the Suns on Sunday, keeping alive hopes of snagging a No. 2 playoff seed.
Kidd’s two 3-pointers in the final 1:11 gave the Mavericks a 91-83 victory over Phoenix on Sunday night.
The Phoenix Sun’s Leandro Barbosa was a huge fan favorite and got traded this past summer before the NBA season began and why
Nowitzki, hitting his stride a month after returning from a knee injury, scored 35 points to lead the Mavs past the Suns.