Warriors Named Sports Illustrated's Sportsperson Of The YearThe Golden State Warriors are the fourth team to be honored as Sports Illustrated's Sportsperson of the Year.
Randle, Davis Push Pelicans Past Mavericks 132-106Harrison Barnes had 16 points and Wesley Matthews 15 for the Mavericks, who came in having won five of six but had trouble with the Pelicans' up-tempo pace.
Doncic's 21 Points Lead Mavs Past Trail Blazers 111-102Luka Doncic scored 21 points and Wesley Matthews added 17 as the Mavericks won for the ninth time in 11 games, beating the Portland Trail Blazers 111-102.
Doncic Helps Mavs Rout RocketsRookie Luka Doncic and Devin Harris each scored 20 points, and the Dallas Mavericks beat Houston 128-108 on Wednesday night despite a triple-double by Rockets star James Harden.
Mavericks Legend Dirk Nowitzki Receives Key To The CityAfter spending 21 years and counting with the Dallas Mavericks and contributing a great deal, not only to the team but to the community, Dirk Nowitzki received the key to the city Wednesday night.
Dallas Mavericks Legend Dirk Nowitzki To Receive Key To The CityNowitzki will be only the third person to receive a key to the city from Mayor Rawlings over his more than seven years in office.
Aldridge, DeRozan Help Spurs Extend Warriors' Skid, 104-92Finally faced with "the real NBA," the Golden State Warriors are playing short-handed and having a hard time.
Carmelo Anthony No Longer On Houston RocketsRockets general manager Daryl Morey released a statement Thursday saying the team is "parting ways" with Carmelo Anthony and "working toward a resolution."
Mavericks Hold Jazz To 22 In 2nd Half, Win 118-68Harrison Barnes scored 19 points in 26 minutes and the Mavericks handed the Jazz their worst loss since moving to Utah, 118-68 on Wednesday night.
Barnes Scores 23, Leads Mavericks Past Bulls 103-98The Dallas Mavericks didn't need a big contribution from Luka Doncic to beat the Chicago Bulls. Harrison Barnes and J.J. Barea took care of that.
DeRozan Outduels Doncic, Spurs' Beat Mavs In OTDeMar DeRozan had 34 points and nine assists and San Antonio withstood a 31-point outburst by rookie Luka Doncic in a 113-108 overtime victory over the Dallas Mavericks.
Bazemore, Young Lead Hawks Big Comeback To Beat Mavs 111-104The youthful Hawks rallied from a 26-point deficit to stun the Dallas Mavericks 111-104 Wednesday night.