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I'm so glad we got this dude back: he's very cerebral on how he approaches the game.
I love Tyson, how in the world did we let him go to New York?
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http://www.mavsoutsider.com/2015/03/...st-episode-94/


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http://www.mavsoutsider.com/2015/03/...ice-of-reason/
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^Love how Skin said Monta saved the franchise. Couldn't be more true.
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Not really...especially not last season.
Why "especially last season"? Dirk was one of the 10-15 best players in the NBA last season. How did Monta save that? If anything, he's been more important this season as Dirk has fallen off a cliff.
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Why "especially last season"? Dirk was one of the 10-15 best players in the NBA last season. How did Monta save that? If anything, he's been more important this season as Dirk has fallen off a cliff.
Just don't see last the Mavs making the playoffs last season without Ellis. In fact, no way in hell they do.

He has been important this season as well, but the team has a lot more talent.
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Why "especially last season"? Dirk was one of the 10-15 best players in the NBA last season. How did Monta save that? If anything, he's been more important this season as Dirk has fallen off a cliff.
You don't think Monta's presence helped Dirk play so well?
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Helped? Of course. Saved the Mavs? No way. He's just not the quality of player that does that.
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Loquacious Chandler changing chatter about Mavs
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http://espn.go.com/blog/marc-stein/p...03%2F20%2F2015

Interesting mention of Mavs - no list yet though
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Interesting mention of Mavs - no list yet though
indeed interesting - sucks that we have only a 55% record in those games.
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Sun isn't setting on Stoudemire's career
By Tim MacMahon | ESPNDallas.com

DALLAS -- One by one, the All-Stars from the Phoenix Suns’ "Seven Seconds or Less" era are riding off into the sunset.

First, Shawn Marion announced that he’d retire at this season's end, the Matrix’s 16th in the league. Then Steve Nash officially called it a career, his 41-year-old body failing to allow him to play his 19th season.

But Amar'e Stoudemire, the 13-year veteran whose best seasons came when he was running and gunning with Nash and Marion in Phoenix, isn’t remotely close to being ready to consider hanging up his Nikes.

“I’m the last man standing,” Stoudemire said with a smile while stretched out on the floor of the visitors locker room with a pair of compression boots during the Dallas Mavericks’ recent trip to Phoenix. “I plan on standing for a while, by the way.

“No, no, there’s no way. There’s a lot of youth in these legs. I have a lot of competitive juices still flowing in me. There’s no way I’m ready to be the next man."

At 32 with chronic knee issues, Stoudemire is no longer the athletic freak he was during his high-flying Phoenix days, when he routinely soared high above the rim to catch lobs from Nash and finish in highlight fashion. But Stoudemire remains plenty capable of providing scoring punch off a playoff team’s bench and plans to continue doing so for a long time to come, speculating that he could play five or six years with the proper maintenance.

The Mavs -- who signed Stoudemire for the veterans minimum after he received an All-Star break buyout from the final season of his five-year, $99.7 million contract with the New York Knicks -- will be among the teams expressing interest in him this summer. He’s been productive as the Mavs’ backup center, averaging an efficient 9.8 points and 3.4 rebounds in 15.8 minutes per game.

Owner Mark Cuban has made it clear that he’d like Stoudemire to stay in Dallas, comparing him to Vince Carter, another former perennial All-Star who contributed in a reserve role for the Mavs.

“I love Amar’e -- love, love, love the guy,” Cuban said. “There’s not enough superlatives. He’s just a great guy on the court and off. I just love his physicality. He just wants to win and is a great guy.”

Stoudemire chose the Mavs over several other suitors last month, so clearly there’s mutual interest. Money, minutes and maximizing the chances of winning his first championship -- not necessarily in that order -- will likely be the biggest factors in Stoudemire’s decision this summer.

The Mavs will probably offer Stoudemire a significant piece of their midlevel exception. Stoudemire, who says he can “compete at a high level for years to come,” will likely request a multiyear deal.

But there will be plenty of time this summer to have those kinds of conversations. And, as much urgency as he feels to contend for a title now, Stoudemire is certain he has plenty of time left in his career.

“This isn’t it for me, for sure,” Stoudemire said. “There’s a lot of basketball left. There’s a lot of high-level basketball left in me. I feel competitive. I have faith in my body, what I can do on a basketball court on a consistent basis.

“The next step should be the best step, because I want to make sure I leave the game on a high note. That’s the ultimate goal.”
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Signing Amar'e is not going to be job number one of the offseason. But I reqlly do hope things shake out in a way that allows us to keep him. He seems like a hard worker and good guy to have around.
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MacMahon on Parsons returning to Houston

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An interesting article on Petteri Koponen. Seems like the author is overselling him.
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https://grantland.com/the-triangle/t...purs-and-more/

Great interview regarding DeAndre leaving L.A. and coming to the Mavs.

Favorite line:
"There's this understanding with who Chris Paul is...there's no point guard of this generation who's gonna get you the ball where you like it, how you like it, when you like it...and in exchange for that, he's never gonna shut up in practice, there's gonna be these moments of pettiness where he's constantly barking...he's the friend on the road trip in the backseat who just won't shut up after hour 4 and 5."
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Have no idea where this should go (maybe the garbage?), but it is kind of humorous...Cuban praises Donald Trump for speaking his mind while running for the presidency.. The Donald replies:

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Best of luck in the future, Coach!

Bob Ortegel, who has been connected to Mavericks basketball on television and radio since 1988, told Fox Sports Southwest on Thursday he has worked his final studio show. He’s retiring. Ortegel, 74, has been a regular on the cable network’s Mavericks live studio shows since December, 2011. He joined Mavericks game broadcasts as a TV analyst in 1988. He was removed by Mark Cuban in February 2011.
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NBA Offseason Report: Do Mavericks have enough to be a playoff team?
By Ananth Pandian | NBA writer
July 31, 2015 11:37 am ET
http://www.cbssports.com/nba/eye-on-...e-playoff-team
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Kinda hard to take the article seriously when they forgot to list Amare as a significant loss and failed to recognize the influx of youth that we now have on our bench instead of the usual, busted-up vets...
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Somewhat Mavs related since she used to coach in Frisco. Congrats, Nancy!

The Sacramento Kings have agreed to hire Nancy Lieberman as an assistant coach, a person with knowledge of the deal confirmed to USA TODAY Sports. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the agreement had not yet been announced. In a late-night text message to USA TODAY Sports, Lieberman called Thursday, “a crazy, wonderful day.” For at least the past year, Lieberman had been interested in joining an NBA team as a coach and has worked at high-profile camps last summer instructing NBA players.
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Coaching, Nancy Lieberman, Sacramento Kings
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Kinda hard to take the article seriously when they forgot to list Amare as a significant loss and failed to recognize the influx of youth that we now have on our bench instead of the usual, busted-up vets...
agreed.
I can't believe what passes for sports journalism these days.
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Have no idea where this should go (maybe the garbage?), but it is kind of humorous...Cuban praises Donald Trump for speaking his mind while running for the presidency.. The Donald replies:

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Thank you @mcuban for your nice words. I am rapidly becoming a @dallasmavs fan!
Please.... God..... No....
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nice article by Earl K Sneed
Wesley Matthews looks to continue defying odds with Mavs
http://www.mavs.com/wesley-matthews-...dds-with-mavs/
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I don't care for Trump. However, his willingness to speak his mind instead of saying what he thinks he needs to say is extremely refreshing.
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Somewhat Mavs related since she used to coach in Frisco. Congrats, Nancy!

The Sacramento Kings have agreed to hire Nancy Lieberman as an assistant coach, a person with knowledge of the deal confirmed to USA TODAY Sports. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the agreement had not yet been announced. In a late-night text message to USA TODAY Sports, Lieberman called Thursday, “a crazy, wonderful day.” For at least the past year, Lieberman had been interested in joining an NBA team as a coach and has worked at high-profile camps last summer instructing NBA players.
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Coaching, Nancy Lieberman, Sacramento Kings
Well-deserved. I wouldn't be surprised if she was a head coach some day.
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I don't care for Trump. However, his willingness to speak his mind instead of saying what he thinks he needs to say is extremely refreshing.
I agree with this wholeheartedly.
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Sam Hinkie’s unusual contracts are catching on
http://hardwoodparoxysm.com/?p=41531...m_medium=email

Interesting article.

"Let’s take the Dallas Mavericks as an example. With all of the turnover that they have gone through this offseason, they’ve needed to conjure up frontcourt depth by signing people to minimum deals. This has led them to sign Maurice Ndour, Jarrid Famous, Jamil Wilson, Salah Mejri, and Brandon Ashley all to three year minimum deals that aren’t fully guaranteed past the first season. This increases their chances of piecing together a froncourt rotation that will fill in the holes they have."
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Rick Carlisle's higher calling
by Tim MacMahon ESPN
http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/13...-rick-carlisle
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Another article about Carlisle

http://hardwoodparoxysm.com/2015/10/...m_medium=email
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The Dallas Mavericks are advanced negotiations on a contract extension with coach Rick Carlisle, according to league sources.

Sources told ESPN.com that Carlisle and the Mavericks are nearing agreement on a five-year extension that will extend Carlisle's successful stay in Dallas well beyond a decade.

One of just five active NBA coaches with a championship on his resume, Carlisle left his role as an ESPN analyst to join the Mavericks in May 2008 and, after successful coaching stints in both Detroit and Indiana, now ranks as one of just 11 figures in league history to win it all as both a coach and player thanks to Dallas' title in 2011.

The coming season is the last on Carlisle's second four-year contract with Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. But the Mavs' desire to keep him in place with another long-term deal has been an open secret around the league, with president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson memorably announcing in April that he and Mavs owner Mark Cuban regard Carlisle as "our Jerry Sloan."

"He can be in Dallas as long as he wants to be," Nelson said after Dallas' elimination in the first round of the playoffs inflicted by the Houston Rockets.

Carlisle is the league's third longest-tenured coach behind only San Antonio's Gregg Popovich and Miami's Erik Spoelstra.
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This would be sooooo awesome. Man, I really was afraid, he could leave for Cleveland or any other contender. Keeping him would be just great!
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