The basket was shaking and Tyson Chandler was screaming, definitely toward though maybe not at the voices he recognized near the Dallas bench. His more important words came long before that dunk that helped the New York Knicks put away the Mavericks.
Having seen Dallas fall from NBA champions to being swept out of the playoffs, Richie Whitt offers an ode to the shortened season that stunk for Mavs fans.
After Mark Cuban took the risk of sending Tyson Chandler to the Knicks instead of paying him, it was clear that the benefits would be felt long term.
There was a big hole in the middle and plenty of questions about how drastically it would affect the Mavericks when they let stalwart defender Tyson Chandler go after last season.
Dirk Nowitzki has an idea of what it’s like to be an NBA champion. He learned one of the lessons over the years he spent being teammates with Devean George.
With Phil Jackson and Lamar Odom out, Kobe one year older, and CP3 playing in Lob City…the Lakers might very well be on the ropes, but those hoping L.A. might take another half step back […]
With owner Mark Cuban trying to clear the salary cap for next offseason, some players are likely to get longer, more lucrative deals elsewhere.
Sounds weird I know, but give me C.J. Wilson over Tyson Chandler.
Embrace the summer of 2011, because repeating in 2012 – especially without Tyson Chandler – will be a tough task!
Dallas Mavericks player Jason Terry says he and Dirk Nowitzki should march into team president Donnie Nelson’s office and lobby him to immediately re-sign Tyson Chandler, Caron Butler, J.J. Barea and the rest of the free agents-to-be.
Dirk Nowitzki was talking about the NBA championship capping his career wish list and how much it meant after all the heartbreaks along the way. Then he stopped, laughed and said, “I’m not going to retire or anything if that’s what you think.”
As exciting as it is to watch Dirk Nowitzki make shot after shot in the NBA finals, the Dallas Mavericks don’t want to keep doing that.