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Mavs face another year of offseason questions

Mavs offseason question marks

The Dallas Mavericks face a whole lot of questions heading into their offseason. It seems like unanswered questions has been part of the Mavs organization since they won their championship in 2011. Instead of bringing back the championship team for the 2012 season, the Dallas Mavericks decided to break away from the team to create cap space for a rebuilding ...

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That’s All Folks

Mavs Game 7

The 2013-2014 season for the Dallas Mavericks is over. It ended in an unexpected game 7 with the San Antonio Spurs, the best team during the regular season. In a series that a lot of people had the Spurs winning in a sweep, Dallas was able to push the Spurs to the brink. Dallas came in to the AT&T Center ...

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Texas two-step Game 7?

Mavs Spurs Game 7

The Dallas Mavericks defeated the San Antonio Spurs Friday night 113-111 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas to put themselves in a position to compete for a game 7 on Sunday afternoon at the AT&T Center. The Mavericks came into game 6 trailing 3-2 and losers of two straight games in the series. How they were able to do ...

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Mavs late rally not enough for veteran Spurs

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The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Dallas Mavericks 93-89 in game 4 in Dallas on Monday night to tie the series at two games apiece as well as take back home court advantage in the series.  Dallas opened up the game looking like the team in total command. In the 2nd quarter everything that could go wrong for the Mavericks ...

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Mavs look to even series against Spurs in Game 2

Mavs vs Spurs

What can we expect tonight out of the Mavericks in game 2 in their first round match up vs. the San Antonio Spurs? This is a question that is pretty simple to answer. Going by history, it is fair to say that Dirk Nowitzki and Monta Ellis will not both go 4-14 with 11 points again. Dirk Nowitzki is a ...

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Dirkpire State of Mind

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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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