NBA Approves 22-Team Format To Restart Season; Tentative Schedule Includes Draft In OctoberA mid-summer return to NBA action is looking more and more likely now after a key approval by the Board of Governors on Thursday.
Dallas Mavericks Reopening Practice Facility ThursdayThe Dallas Mavericks have announced they will be reopening their practice facility on Thursday.
NBA Star, Bedford-Native Myles Turner Donates $50K To Texas Health ResourcesThe donation comes after the Indiana Pacer's father was successfully treated for COVID-19 at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford.
UNT Dallas Hires Former Mavs All-Star Josh Howard As Head Men's Basketball CoachThe University of North Texas at Dallas has named former Dallas Mavericks All-Star forward, Josh Howard as head coach of the new men’s basketball program.
Former Duncanville High Star To Participate In NBA H-O-R-S-E ChallengeTamika Catchings, a former Duncanville High School star and WNBA Legend, will have a chance to showcase her talents whens he participates in the first ever NBA HORSE Challenge.
University Of Texas Hires Vic Schaefer From Mississippi StateTexas athletic director Chris Del Conte announced the move Sunday by tweeting a picture of himself with Schaefer and his family holding up the “Hook’em Horns” hand signal.
UT Austin's Women's Basketball Coach Karen Aston DismissedAston was in the last year of her contract, and athletic director Chris Del Conte said the school wanted to “move in a different direction."
Fort Worth Closing All Basketball, Volleyball Courts After 'This Weekend's Lack Of Social Distancing'Officials in Fort Worth are taking another step in following social distancing guidelines by closing all basketball and volleyball courts throughout the city.
Fred 'Curly' Neal Harlem Globetrotters Legend Dead At 77Harlem Globetrotters icon Fred "Curly" Neal passed away this morning, March 26th, at his home outside of Houston Texas. He was 77 years old.
Mark Cuban, Luka Doncic, Dwight Powell Donate $500K Toward Childcare For Healthcare WorkersThe Dallas Mavericks announced today that Mark Cuban, Luka Dončić and Dwight Powell have teamed up with the Dallas Mavericks Foundation to donate $500,000 to support childcare for UT Southwestern and Parkland healthcare workers.
Mark Cuban, Mavericks Setting Up Program To Pay For Daycare For Children Of Healthcare WorkersMark Cuban said he and the Mavericks have set up a program to pay for daycare for the children of healthcare workers in order to give those workers a peace of mind as they continue to battle this outbreak.