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Dallas, Texas · Dallas
Dante Exum has a chance to stick with Dallas
Dante Exum signed a two-year, $6.15 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks. The former number five overall pick spent the last two years in the Euroleague. Exum was third on the team in both points and assists per game with 11 and three, respectively.See the Story
NBA Odds: It’s time we start a dialogue about the Toronto Raptors Masai Ujiri
Raptors GM Masai Ujiri is probably a tad bit overrated. This team is neither very good nor very bad and thats a challenging place to be. The Raptors have had plenty of opportunities to reshape their short- and long-term outlook and have opted to do nothing. Drafting late in the lottery is unlikely to yield a franchise-altering player.See the Story
Jaden Hardy is ready to contribute
The Dallas Mavericks selected Jaden Hardy 37th overall in the 2022 NBA Draft. The Mavericks shipped a pair of future second-round picks to the Sacramento Kings for Hardy. After the All-Star break, Hardy averaged 20 minutes per game, scoring 12.8 points and dishing out 2.4 assists per game.See the Story
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The Dallas Mavericks 2023-24 season is almost here
The Dallas Mavericks kick off the 2023-24 season with training camp next week. The regular season starts on October 25th against the San Antonio Spurs. This week we'll start revving up slowly, first with a weekday release of player previews. With training camp starting next, we will have the occasional reported pieces along with a variety of opinion columns.See the Story
Luka Dončić · Slovenia
Gilgeous-Alexander focused on keeping the game between Canada and Slovenia and not Shai vs. Luka
Canada’s Shai Gilgeous-Alexander discusses their game plan to take on Luka Doncic and Slovenia in the Quarter Finals and wanting to take Doncic out of his comfort zone and be the aggressors on both ends of the court.See the Story
Luka Dončić · Slovenia
Luka Doncic Identifies Key Factor That Led To Slovenia Win Over Australia
Slovenia beat Australia 91-80 to reach the World Cup quarterfinals. Luka Doncic scored 19 points, but it was a team effort and a team win. Slovenia will play Germany in the quarterfinals on Sunday. Germany has been on a roll this World Cup, and despite losing their star, guard Franz Wagner, they still managed to enter the Second Round undefeated.See the Story
JaVale McGee · Dallas
How does JaVale McGee signing with the Kings effect the Mavericks cap sheet?
The Mavericks have officially waived and stretched JaVale McGee. The dead cap for his 2023-24 and 2024-25 salary ($11,741,621) will be equally spread out over the next 5 seasons. That amounts to exactly $2,348,324 per season.See the Story
Which Dallas Mavericks players will you be watching in the FIBA World Cup?
The FIBA World Cup kicks off Friday with Group play games starting at 3 am local time. Four different Maverick players are in the tournament on three teams. Luka Doncic feels like a given and Dallas local fans are lucky enough to get start times that aren't too early. Dwight Powell and Canada have a more mixed back of start times.See the Story
Mavericks promote Matt Riccardi to assistant general manager
The Dallas Mavericks are promoting Matt Riccardi to assistant general manager, according to an NBA insider. Ric Cardi joined Dallas in August of last year, after spending the previous 13 years with the Brooklyn Nets. Since longtime general manager Donnie Nelson left the Mavericks in 2021, the Dallas front office has been almost completely revamped.See the Story
How to watch Dirk Nowitzki’s hall of fame induction
Dirk Nowitzki will be inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame on August 11. The ceremony will be broadcast live on NBA TV at 8 p.m. ET. There will also be a press conference for the inductees on August 12 at 10 a.m., with tickets available for the press.See the Story