The Dallas Mavericks could have used you, Mark Cuban. The Mavs lost 130-128 to the Houston Rockets in Game 3 of their Western Conference playoff matchup Friday. Dallas had one last opportunity to win or tie before the final buzzer, but Monta Ellis' jumper missed to the right. Show More Summary
Down 0-3 already, the New Orleans Pelicans, Dallas Mavericks, Boston Celtics, Toronto Raptors and Milwaukee Bucks are on life support. The Portland Trail Blazers and Brooklyn Nets have fallen 0-2 in their respective battles and could...Show More Summary
It was surely the most entertaining contest of the series thus far, but in a back-and-forth Game 3, the Houston Rockets were the ones on a hot streak when the buzzer ran out. Now down in the series three games to none, the Dallas Mavericks...Show More Summary
Chandler Parsons' bad knee sealed his fate for the season after Game 1 of the 2015 NBA Playoffs. Rajon Rondo's bad back and poor performance all but ended his time with the Dallas Mavericks after Game 2. Now, Dallas' postseason goose...Show More Summary
Monta Ellis helped the Dallas Mavericks hang with the Houston Rockets in Game 3 on Friday night, but when Dallas needed a clutch shot, the guard didn't come through for his team. With the Rockets holding a two-point lead in the final seconds, the Mavericks put the ball in Ellis' hands. Show More Summary
Playing on your home court is one thing, but it is more of an advantage to have an MVP candidate on your team. The Dallas Mavericks found that out the hard way Friday when James Harden and the Houston Rockets seized a commanding 3-0 series lead with a 130-128 victory in Dallas. Show More Summary
James Harden scored a playoff career-high 42 points, Dwight Howard had his postseason best with 26 rebounds and the Houston Rockets beat the Dallas Mavericks 130-128 on Friday night for a 3-0 lead in their first-round series.
Dallas tried to make the series interesting, but are facing an 0-3 hole. James Harden and the Houston Rockets seized a 3-0 lead in their first round series against the Dallas Mavericks Friday, winning 130-128 in Dallas. Harden scored...Show More Summary
The Dallas Mavericks return to American Airlines Center with an 0-2 series deficit against the Houston Rockets and lacking 40 percent of their starting lineup. Dallas, which has lost both games by double digits, has lost Chandler Parsons for the rest of the year (knee). Show More Summary
After playing less than ten minutes in the Dallas Mavericks' Game 2 loss to the Houston Rockets, the Mavericks announced Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely with a back injury. Asked whether he could see Rondo ever wearing a Mavs uniform again, Mavs coach Rick Carlisle stunningly said, "No, I don't." The Rondo trade turned into a disaster for the Mavs. Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo is a free agent at the end of this season. After the whirlwind season he's had on the Mavs after being traded from the Celtics, all signs indicate that Rondo will probably not end up back in Dallas. Show More Summary
On the evening of May 5, 2012, Floyd Mayweather was in pure relaxation mode. Chilling on the couch, the Oklahoma City Thunder in the midst of sweeping the Dallas Mavericks, the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world was in his element. "I'm sure he had money on the game," WWE superstar and official Friend of Floyd Triple H said. Show More Summary
This is a teachable moment for Rajon Rondo and the Dallas Mavericks. Not five months into their time together, the two sides are already streaking toward a bitter divorce. This is neither speculation nor hot take-y. It's a fact. Rondo...Show More Summary
In Game 2 of the Houston Rockets' series with the Dallas Mavericks, Josh Smith had a much-earned moment in the sun. After he set up Dwight Howard with lob after lob, he topped it off by posterizing Tyson Chandler. Following his dunk, he walked back to the other end of the court, revving his imaginary motorcycle and waving to the crowd. Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets and Dallas Mavericks have a nice, nascent rivalry going. Chandler Parsons should be at the center of it, if only his knee would let him.
Houston Rockets guard Jason Terry flopped dramatically while fighting through a series of picks by Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki, and Terry is now $5,000 lighter in the ol’ wallet. The post Jason Terry Fined $5K for Flop in Game 2 (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Rajon Rondo has been much of a disappointment for the Dallas Mavericks after signing with the team in December and apparently has seen his last days in a Mavericks uniform. To no surprise, fans are pissed. The former all-star was brought in with high expectations to boost the Mavericks' attack, but failed all-around. Show More Summary
Rajon Rondo has been ruled out indefinitely by the Dallas Mavericks for the rest of the playoffs. Now the question becomes, is his career finished there as well? ESPN is reporting that the Dallas Mavericks have ruled Rondo out due to a back injury sustained last night while guarding James Harden. Show More Summary
Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks aren't on the brink of postseason elimination just yet, but the ramifications of a disastrous Game 2 have placed them on the fast track toward an unceremonious exit. Tuesday's 111-99 loss to the...Show More Summary
The Dallas Mavericks portion of Rajon Rondo’s NBA career just went up in flames, courtesy of a bomb dropped by head coach Rick Carlisle. Do you expect Rajon Rondo to ever wear a Mavericks uniform again? "No, I don't," Rick Carlisle said. Show More Summary