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Dirk Nowitzki--Game Winner

New York City knows how to do it big. It is the city home to the Empire State Building, the brand new rebuilt World Trade Center, the Statue of Liberty, and many other tall buildings and sculptures that light up the New York Tri-State area. It is a city that just came off of hosting its first ever Superbowl. It ... Read More »

Dallas Mavericks Defense Will Be A Long Term Problem

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Last night the Dallas Mavericks fell to 3-2, suffering a 107-93 defeat at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder. The 107 points scored by the Thunder was the fourth time an opponent has scored over 100 points so far this year against the Mavs. In the first five games, the Mavs are allowing 106.4 points per game, which is ... Read More »

The Biggest Questions Around the Dallas Mavericks


Another offseason and another MFFL disappointment as the big name on the market finds another team, leaving the Dallas Mavericks to pick from the bottom of the free agency market. In the meantime, Mark Cuban and the rest of the Dallas front office were sitting around twiddling their thumbs waiting for an indecisive big man to make a decision as ... Read More »

Can the Mavericks Get Eric Bledsoe and Dwight Howard?

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(Photo Credit: Harry How/Getty Images) As the Mavericks recruiting team (Mark Cuban, Donnie Nelson, Rick Carlisle and Dirk Nowitzki) make their way to Los Angeles today to court free agent Dwight Howard, another rumor is stirring in L.A. It appears that the Los Angeles Clippers are interested in working out a sign and trade where they deal Eric Bledsoe away ... Read More »

How the Mavericks Could Land Dwight Howard


It seems like the Dwight Howard Sweepstakes have swung in favor of the Dallas Mavericks over the past few days. An article by ESPN’s Chris Broussard came out on Thursday claiming that sources close to the situation have said that Dwight does not want to resign with the Lakers, and is naming Houston, Dallas and Atlanta as possible destinations. Broussard ... Read More »

Jason Terry Would Come Back To Dallas


He’s one of the more popular players in recent Dallas history. His self appointed nickname, his fan friendly attitude, his ability to be the perfect complementary player for Dirk, all of it puts him near the top of the list of my favorite players of all time. And now he’s saying he’d come back to Dallas. That’s right, Jason Terry ... Read More »

Dirk Nowitzki: The World’s Worst Flopper


Dirk has been open about his feelings on flopping, and the NBA’s approach to combating it. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t willing to do a little acting of his own. Here’s a video of Dirk making the most magical, yet terrible, flop of all time in a charity soccer match in Wurzburg, Germany. I’ve also created a gif of ... Read More »

Tony Mitchell brings questions to the draft

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(Photo Credit: James Coreas/North Texas Daily) With the NBA draft closing in, a player worth mentioning is University of North Texas power forward Tony Mitchell. Mitchell is worth mentioning because he is the lone player from a Texas college with a first round grade, could be a possible pick for the Dallas Mavericks if they were to trade the 13th ... Read More »

Josh Hamilton is the Angels’ Lamar Odom


(Photo Credit: Jeff Gross / Getty Images) I know what you’re thinking: Jamie, why the heck are you writing about two guys we absolutely hate around here? Because something just dawned on me. Sports redemption is happening right in front of our faces. We’re getting our good karma for suffering through a terrible season of give-up from one of the ... Read More »

Dallas Mavericks Contingency Plans: Tony Allen and Andrew Bynum

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(Photo Credit: Nikki Boertman / Commercial Appeal) For basketball fans, the summer is time for fresh starts, rebuilding process’s and the beginning of anticipation for the next season. For Dallas Mavericks fans however, the summer is a dreaded and stressful time. It’s been years since the Mavs landed the big name in the free agency market or even pulled production ... Read More »