Dirk Nowitzki has rejoined the Mavericks as a special adviser to the franchise, where he will assist with the searches for coach and general manager and provide other front-office input.
- 4/16L 117-109
- 4/18L 121-107
- 4/21W 127-117
- 4/22W 115-110
- 4/24W 108-93
- 4/26L 113-106
- 4/27W 133-103
- 4/29W 115-105
- 5/1W 125-124
- 5/2L 111-99
- 5/4W 127-113
- 5/6W 113-109
- 5/7W 110-90
- 5/9W 124-97
- 5/11L 133-104
- 5/12W 125-107
- 5/14W 114-110
- 5/16L 136-121
- 5/22W 113-103
- 5/25W 127-121
- 5/28L 118-108
- 5/30L 106-81
- 6/2W 105-100
- 6/4L 104-97
- 6/6L 126-111
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The NBA news cycle takes no days off and Chris Paul can catch no breaks. Here's what went down during a wild week in the association.
Alan Hahn and Keyshawn Johnson begin the third hour discussing the implosion of the Mavericks and what it could mean moving forward for Luka Doncic and his future. Bruce Bowen joins the show to talk defense and Mike Daniels of the Bengals discusses what Juneteenth means to him.
After Rick Carlisle resigned as Dallas' head coach, what are the expectations for his replacement overseeing a roster built around Luka Doncic?
Rick Carlisle resigned as Dallas' coach, he told ESPN, ending his 13-year stretch with the club.
Luka Doncic said Thursday it was "tough" to see longtime president Donnie Nelson's exit from the organization.
Longtime Mavericks president of basketball operations and general manager Donnie Nelson is out after 24 seasons with the franchise, the team announced Wednesday.
Nikola Jokic and Stephen Curry were joined on the first team by Luka Doncic, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kawhi Leonard as the All-NBA selections were announced Tuesday night.
For the first time in 15 years, the rest of the NBA playoffs will be played without Kobe Bryant, LeBron James or Stephen Curry. And yet there have been similar snarls, bows and viral moments, courtesy of two 22-year-olds.
Who will win Jazz-Clippers and reach the Western Conference finals? Our experts make their picks.
Luka? Kawhi? Trae? Which superstar was the MVP of the opening round? Our expert panel chooses a winner.
Bomani Jones goes in on the Mavericks for bowing out to the Clippers despite the heroics of Luka Doncic (1:21) and shares why he is re-thinking getting back on the Hawks “narcotic” (17:56). Plus, an IYHH including Amazon using your “Echo” to build a wi-fi network (29:51) and your voicemails from that time when you went to extraordinary lengths to retrieve “your money” (41:01). IYHH Stories @publicbill shares the ‘time has come’ for a global pandemic treaty, WHO says: https://n.pr/34WSRso @NathanBomey on Tesla activating cabin camera for monitoring drivers using Autopilot: https://bit.ly/3w00uKg @brettmolina23 on Amazon’s ‘Sidewalk’ feature that will share your internet connection: https://bit.ly/2Si46sn
With the season on the line, Kawhi Leonard reminded everyone why the Clippers were picked as a title contender.
Mavs superstar Luka Doncic scored or assisted on 77 points against the Clippers, the most in NBA history by a player in a Game 7. But his 46 points and 14 assists weren't enough, as Dallas' season ended with a 126-111 loss on Sunday.
Every franchise dreams of having an MVP-caliber player. But a rising superstar means needing a star partner and a title-worthy team.
Doncic is in line for an expensive extension, so the clock is ticking on improving the roster around him.
— No chest-thumping, shouting or theatrics. With very little change of expression, Kawhi Leonard altered the Los Angeles Clippers' playoff fortunes.