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Dallas Maverick Iconoclastic dotcom billionaire Mark Cuban thought it might be a lot of fun to own an NBA franchise--even the woeful team in Big D--and guess what? He was right
backup guard named Howard Eisley to the Dallas Mavericks. Plus, MJ had ... furnished room in his 24,000-square-foot Dallas mansion, he seems awash in his ...
Feb 11, 2016 ... The closest thing the Mavericks have to a follow-up act is the wing duo of Wesley Matthews, 28, and Chandler Parsons, 26, who provide a nice ...
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Read the writing on the wall: The coach is demanding better D in Big D
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The team's defense took center stage, thanks largely to a former lottery flop
#9 Dallas Mavericks The big gamble: Can a lottery pick from Wurzburg, Germany, be their winning ticket?
According to the Mavericks he's part LarryBird, part Boris Becker and part Randy Moss. "He's a 20-year-old kid who six or seven months ago ...
4 Dallas Mavericks With an imposing 10-man rotation headed by the league's top trio, Mark Cuban's club is ready to light it up
Given Mark Cuban's tempestuous nature, it's fair to ask when theyoung owner's patience will run out. After all, it's been nearlytwo years--two ...
13 Dallas Mavericks Little talent, no draft help. So it goes in Big D, where the rebuilding is perpetual
How bad have the Mavericks been this decade? Zero winning seasonssince 1989-90. Zero playoff appearances. A winning percentage of.282, ...
4 Dallas Mavericks For all the fun in run-and-gun, the Mavs learned that there's no substitute for strong defense. Can these guys get serious about clamping down?
It's easy to forget that Don Nelson, the mad scientist ofoffensive strategy, began his coaching career with the Bucksemphasizing defense.
Pete, The Way They Play Today Stinks
The author and Ray Nitschke offer the same message to Pete Rozelle: The NFL just ain't what it used to be