Coulda been KobeDetermining the best Mavs' pick of all-time is simple: Dirk Nowitzki. You know the story. In 1998 then-general manager Don Nelson took the giant German in a draft-day switcheroo with the Milwaukee Bucks for the late, not-so-great Robert "Tractor" Trayor. Just a week after t ... More >>
Mark Cuban, Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavs shed labels and the Miami Heat on the way to their first NBA championship.
The Mavericks have too many noble causes to not produce one last comeback
The Mavs are Pole dancing. Got your $1s ready? We can no longer confuse the Dallas Mavericks' silence with inactivity. Let's hope we never confuse Marcin Gortat with the franchise's legacy of Great White Nopes. The Mavericks last night agreed to re-sign 36-year-old point guard Jason Kidd ... More >>
Mark it down. Avery Johnson will get another NBA head-coaching gig (he says he’s already been contacted by a team, by the way) and bring his new team into the American Airlines Center and kick his old team’s ass. Nothing new, really. It’s the curse of the ex-Maverick. I mean, I think we c ... More >>
Mavs' draft gifts usually pale in comparison
At first glance, it's cool that a former Dallas Maverick is up for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. What's that I say? Don't tell me you forgot that Adrian Dantley played a whopping 76 games here after the trading of Mark Aguirre in 1989. Well, he did. But even if he's selected among a ... More >>
Remarkable journey takes Mavs from worst to--finally--first
At last dispatching their 800-pound gorilla, Mavs will soon be NBA's big banana
Can Dampier finally fill Mavs' middle?
Between beer and Mark Cuban, there lies hope--and a bunch of drunken Mavs fans
The News now co-owns the Mavericks, but at what price?
How much longer must we suffer the woeful Mavericks? Well, that's too long
Things are looking up for the Mavs -- of course, everything's up from the bottom
When Mark Aguirre left the Dallas Mavericks a decade ago, he became the fall guy for the team's decline. Now he's back, dealing with his ghosts and trying to help the franchise regain its former glory.
Ross Perot Jr. owns the Dallas Mavericks, but--for better or worse--it's Don Nelson's team
With Mavericks Coach Jim Cleamons and GM Don Nelson, life's a constant battle for position