Mavericks Guard Luka Dončić Wins NBA Western Conference Player Of The MonthThe Western Conference Player of the Month -- Luka Dončić -- is also the youngest player to ever win the award since the NBA started issuing it by conference in 2001.
Mavericks' Luka Dončić Named Player Of The Week For First Time In CareerDončić led the Mavericks to a perfect 4-0 week with averages of 37 points, 8.5 rebounds and 11.8 assists per game.
Mavs Luka Dončić Looks Like Lock For Rookie Of The Year; Wins Monthly Award Entire SeasonDončić became the first player from either conference to sweep the award in every month of the season since Minnesota’s Karl-Anthony Towns in 2015-16.
Carmelo Anthony Signs 1-Year, $2.4 Million Deal With RocketsThe 34-year-old joins a team led by MVP James Harden and star point guard Chris Paul.
Mavs Hand Nuggets Damaging Loss In Tight West RaceDirk Nowitzki drained his first five 3-pointers to put the Dallas Mavericks in position to hand the Denver Nuggets a damaging loss in the tight Western Conference playoff race.
Ben Bishop Makes 38 Saves, Stars Beat Flames 2-0Bishop made 38 saves, and Dallas blanked Calgary 2-0 on Tuesday night for his 24th career shutout and fifth this season.
Seguin Snaps Scoreless Tie In 3rd, Stars Beat Kings 2-0Tyler Seguin finally broke through with a goal with 8:27 remaining and Dallas beat Los Angeles 2-0 in a matchup of teams fighting for a Western Conference playoff spot.
NBA Changes All-Star Game Format; Captains Will Pick TeamsThe NBA is scrapping the East against West format for its All-Star Game and will have captains pick teams this season.
Oguwmike, Griner, Stewart Headline WNBA All-Star ReservesThe trio will be joined by Skylar Diggins-Smith, Chelsea Gray and Seimone Augustus on Saturday in Seattle at the league's All-Star contest. Griner won't play after injuring her ankle and knee last week and will be replaced by WNBA President Lisa Borders.
Disappointing Stars Sell At Deadline, But Keep Faint HopesInjuries were an issue early for Dallas, a popular preseason pick to challenge for a Stanley Cup title. But once the Stars were healthy at the beginning of February, they lost seven times in regulation in a span of eight games.
Thomas, Smart Help Celtics Stay Hot In 111-98 Win Over MavsRookie Yogi Ferrell had 20 points for the Mavericks, who came in with three wins over division leaders in the past two weeks after spending the first three months at or near the bottom of the West.