The Mavericks haven't lost an NBA Western Conference Finals series in five years. Of course we all know what happened Dallas advanced this far -- in the 2006 NBA Finals. The come-from-ahead loss to the Heat sent the franchise into a pyschological spiral from which it is just n ... More >>
His critics wouldn't call him soft, but his teammates would still lead the Mavs to another early exit.
No. 12 in your football program ... No. 12 on our fantasy roster.When I say No. 22, who comes to mind? Do you immediately think of the Dallas Cowboys' all-time best runner? Or their all-time best rusher? Or perhaps instead the second-leading all-time scorer in the history of the Dallas Mav ... More >>
The good news: When the Mavs and Spurs begin their first-round playoff series this weekend it will be a renewal of a rivalry featuring talented, tested teams. The bad news: When the Mavs and Spurs finish their first-round playoff series, the loser will go home and the winner won't be far b ... More >>
A Dallas Mavericks' season that had more than its share of ups and downs and ups and downs enters the playoffs on a peak. Thank you - of all people - Michael Finley. The former Maverick's overtime-forcing 3-pointer allowed the San Antonio Spurs to beat the New Orleans Hornet ... More >>
No, no Avery. The Mavs are 2-4, not 1-4. Nice try. Wanna know how crappy the Dallas Mavericks were yesterday afternoon against the previously winless Clippers. This about sums it up: “We just couldn't get stops,” said Jason Kidd, “and we couldn't make any shots at the other end.” ... More >>
Just which local players have earned the right to be eternally identified with their uniform numbers?
Not long ago a rising All-Star, Josh Howard is suddenly regressing professionally and personally
'Scuse me, Avery. I believe that's my chair. With TNT analyst Doug Collins apparently the Chicago Bulls’ choice and former Mavericks player Elston Turner jumping to the front of the line in the Phoenix Suns’ search, it’s looking more and more like Avery Johnson will have to slum it next y ... More >>
If the team continues to erode, the coach must go
Do you really wanna see Jason Kidd as a Maverick again? Depends on what Dallas has to give up, doesn't it? While one familiar face is departing, two more may be returning. President Bush delivered his seventh and final State of the Union last night, prompting interruptions for applause a ridiculous ... More >>
This summer Dirk Nowitzki went down under to find himself. Can he now lead the Mavs to the promised land?
Cowboys veteran tries to escape the tired, poor, hungry, huddled masses
Transformation started by Mavs' Godfather finally finished
As a player, Avery Johnson spurred the Mavs to win their Game 7 semifinal against the Kings in 2003. Can he do it as the team's head coach tonight? On May 17, 2003, the Dallas Mavericks were about to host the Sacramento Kings in Game 7 of the NBA's Western Conference Semifinals. In their American Ai ... More >>
Hated Spurs have beloved Dallas roots
Cowboys quarterback of the future closer to being out on the street
Jason Terry steps in and steps it up
Avery Johnson will make a fine coach someday, but why today?
For the Mavs, the faces change, but the song remains the same
For a team headed to the playoffs, Nellie's group is a schizo bunch
Other teams screwed up by not taking Josh Howard, which helps the Mavs
Antawn Jamison says trade rumors don't bother him--but why is his name in them?
Or, how a spare became a starter
Is Antawn Jamison too big a sweetheart to make the Mavs tough enough?
The Mavs fell, but does that mean they're not playing with a full deck?
As with the Shawn Bradley contract, Mark Cuban got screwed in this deal
Scouting out the Mavs' playoff chances
Plus: Sack of Kittens, Who the Hell Are You?, What's in a Name?
Tim Hardaway makes a noble last stand for a team that needs him
The Mavs' resident Christian prays for more playing time
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has reason to shout-his money and enthusiasm are resurrecting a dead team
Not even God provided for the unpaid employees of a Christianity-based marketing firm
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
March 4 - 10, 1999
Things are looking up for the Mavs -- of course, everything's up from the bottom
1998 was a great year for sports...just not in Dallas
1998 December 3-9
April 9 - 15, 1998
Ross Perot Jr. owns the Dallas Mavericks, but--for better or worse--it's Don Nelson's team
The Mavericks are losing games--and faith in head coach Jim Cleamons
With Mavericks Coach Jim Cleamons and GM Don Nelson, life's a constant battle for position