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NBA Rumors – Dallas Mavericks Can’t Give Dirk Nowitzki Another Championship

Posted on 4 Jul, 2016, by in NBA

Shortly after celebrating his 38th birthday, Dirk Nowitzki has a decision to make: Go back to the Dallas Mavericks to sign what might be his final contract in the NBA, or take a chance, and try to find somewhere he has a better shot of winning a championship at. More

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NBA Rumors – Dallas Mavericks Stuck in Mediocrity, the League’s Worst Sin

Posted on 13 Mar, 2016, by in NBA

And the Dallas Mavericks are at .500. Again. And it seems their inability to become more than just a good team and make some sort of impact in the playoffs is going to be part of their M.O for this postseason (if they even make it) and next season as well. The attempt to build a championship team in the final years of Dirk Nowitzki on a court is failing miserably. More

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Los Angeles Clippers – Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan Give Mark Cuban More Reasons to be Bitter

Posted on 30 Oct, 2015, by in NBA

The Los Angeles Clippers won their second game in a row with a 104-88, easy victory against the Dallas Mavericks, led by Blake Griffin and also by DeAndre Jordan, making Mark Cuban pull all kind of salty, bitter faces on the sidelines, despite trying to act like he doesn’t care. More

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NBA Rumors – Dallas Mavericks & Los Angeles Clippers the New Hot Rivalry?

Posted on 23 Jul, 2015, by in NBA

Who would have guessed that DeAndre Jordan of all people and players was going to be the reason a rivalry is born? We still don’t know for sure, but expect the games between the Los Angeles Clippers and Dallas Mavericks this season, especially in Dallas, to be a bit feistier than the regular affairs between the two teams. More

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Dallas Mavericks – Moving on From the Rajon Rondo Catastrophe

Posted on 29 Apr, 2015, by in NBA

The Dallas Mavericks are out of the playoffs in the first round again. The blame game is fun, with Mark Cuban, Rajon Rondo and others on the shortlist of biggest baddie of the season, but where do the Mavericks go from here? The immediate future doesn’t seem too bright. More

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Donald Sterling Scandal – Mark Cuban Smart, Mark Jackson Opportunistic

Posted on 29 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

Until we get a verdict from Adam Silver on the whole Donald Sterling case, reactions from owners, players, coaches and anyone who has something to do with the Los Angeles Clippers and the NBA in general, are what we have to live on. Like Mark Cuban saying some smart things about how all of this should end, while Mark Jackson is mostly trying to give his team some sort of advantage in the playoff series. More

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Dallas Mavericks – Dirk Nowitzki Needs to Give Them More

Posted on 23 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

Some might say this is the last chance for Dirk Nowitzki to make an impression in the postseason. The Dallas Mavericks need him to play like he is desperate if they actually want to put themsleves in a position to make this series longer than four or five games. More

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Reactions to Jason Collins Being the First Openly Gay Player in the NBA

Posted on 25 Feb, 2014, by in Featured

The Brooklyn Nets signed Jason Collins on a 10-day contract to help them handle their big-man crisis, and by playing have made him the first openly gay player in America’s four major sports, although the sensation of it was mostly used last year when he announced it. More

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Dallas Mavericks – The Two Year Plan

Posted on 27 May, 2013, by in NBA

The Dallas Mavericks missed out on the playoffs for the first time in over a decade in 2013, and that’s something simply unacceptable for Mark Cuban, who thinks of his team, usually built around Dirk Nowitzki, as an ever present threat on the NBA title. In order for that to happen, the first thing they need is patience, and a a little bit of time. More

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Mark Cuban Uses Twitter to Show How Disgusting Some Lakers Fans Are

Posted on 3 Apr, 2013, by in NBA

Twitter has long been a spawning ground for those who feel the guts to say the disgusting things they truly feel only because they’re protected by thousands of miles and the lawless Internet. Mark Cuban, like most celebrities, is on the receiving end of swearing, foul-language and much worse each and every day, with the recent game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Los Angeles Lakers providing another example to the stupidity and low cunning of some. More