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Al-Farouq Aminu Is the One Maverick That Dallas Should Retain in Free Agency

The Dallas Mavericks have almost en entire roster of outgoing free agents this summer, none more intriguing than Al-Farouq Aminu. With Tyson Chandler and Monta Ellis hitting free agency, it would be silly to suggest that Aminu is at the top of the Mavs' wish list. Show More Summary

The New Chandler x Selima Optique Sunglass Collection Is a Slam Dunk

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

Selima Optique has collaborated with the NBA all-star Tyson Chandler of the Dallas Mavericks and his wife, philanthropist Kimberly Chandler, to create the new Chandler x Selima Optique collection (also known as Our Secret) of unisex eyewear inspired by iconic styles from the 20th century. Show More Summary

Tyson Chandler Throws Down Powerful 2-Handed Slam vs. Rockets in Game 5

Dallas Mavericks center Tyson Chandler made his presence felt early in Game 5 against the Houston Rockets. About four minutes into the game, Chandler took a short pass from J.J. Barea in transition and threw it down with authority to give his team the lead. Show More Summary

Tyson Chandler denies throwing a punch at Dwight Howard

Tyson Chandler denies throwing a punch at Dwight Howard Here’s the Houston Chronicle clearing up something you may have heard about but probably didn’t because it didn’t actually happen. Not the Chronicle’s fault. They’re simply clarifying what’s up. Here is the report: Dallas center Tyson Chandler said he had no idea there were rumors that he might face suspension [...]

Shine Is Returning to Josh Smith's Game with Houston Rockets

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

Dwight Howard Blocks Tyson Chandler's Shot into Stands, Crowd Erupts

It took Dwight Howard just a few minutes to get the Toyota Center crowd on its feet in Game 1 of the Houston Rockets' opening-round series against the Dallas Mavericks, thanks to a big play on the defensive end. Just minutes into the game, Mavericks 7'1" center Tyson Chandler attempted to drive to the basket on the 6'11" Howard. Show More Summary

Dwight Howard blocked a Tyson Chandler shot into the 5th row

Dwight Howard once donned a Superman cape for the NBA Slam Dunk Contest. Like that iconic night he becomes a brand new player when the playoffs start. Even the Rockets know it (while taking a not-so-subtle jab at Rajon Rondo). Playoff Dwight. — Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) April 19, 2015

Mavericks Hold Off Lakers 120-106 for Season Series Sweep

Tyson Chandler had 20 points to lead seven Mavericks in double-figure scoring, and Dallas tuned up for the postseason with a 120-106 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday night.

Is This Dirk Nowitzki's Last Shot at Another NBA Title with Dallas Mavericks?

Dirk Nowitzki has had a storied career playing with the Dallas Mavericks: 17 seasons, an MVP award, NBA title and NBA Finals MVP. With the Mavericks reloaded this year—bringing back Tyson Chandler and trading for Rajon Rondo—could this...Show More Summary

A Celtics player tried to grab a rebound while holding his shoe

Well, this isn't as good as Tyson Chandler batting Marreese Speights' shoe out of mid-air, but it's still pretty good. We'd give extra points if Brandon Bass made a better effort to get the board. Where's the hustle?

This Steph Curry pass is so amazing we can't really describe it

Another day, another amazing Steph Curry thing. My job is writing words and I can't really come up with the words to say what Steph Curry did here. So he saw Tyson Chandler blocking his path and decided not to shoot because he's good at shotblocking. Show More Summary

Mavs' Tyson Chandler and Chandler Parson to miss game vs. Pelicans

Tyson Chandler and Chandler Parsons will miss Monday night's game against New Orleans because of injuries, leaving the Mavericks without two of their frontcourt starters for the second straight game.

Tyson Chandler Injury: Updates on Mavericks Star's Hip and Return

Dallas Mavericks star center Tyson Chandler has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Atlanta Hawks due to a hip contusion. Earl K. Sneed of Mavs.com provided the details on Chandler's status: Chandler dealt with a left ankle...Show More Summary

Power Ranking Each Dallas Mavericks Player Heading into 2015 NBA All-Star Break

The Dallas Mavericks are limping into the All-Star break. The team will likely be without Rajon Rondo, Tyson Chandler and Monta Ellis going up against the Utah Jazz on Wednesday, and there are few teams in the league who need time to recover more than the Mavs. Going into the season, Dallas took pride in its depth. Show More Summary

Mavs sign center James to 10-day contract

The Dallas Mavericks have signed center Bernard James to a 10-day contract with Tyson Chandler out for at least the final game before the All-Star break.

Mavs crossing fingers on injuries to three starters

Tyson Chandler is out for the last game before the All-Star break, and Monta Ellis probably won't play either.

Chandler, Ellis injured early in Mavs' game against Clippers

Tyson Chandler and Monta Ellis went to the locker room with injuries in the first 4 minutes of the Dallas Mavericks' game against the Los Angeles Clippers, who are without Blake Griffin.

Tyson Chandler Injury: Updates on Mavericks Star's Ankle and Return

Dallas Mavericks center Tyson Chandler injured his left ankle during Monday night's contest against the Los Angeles Clippers. He suffered the injury in the first quarter and was quickly ruled doubtful to return, per ESPN Dallas' Tim MacMahon : Chandler's importance to this team can't be overstated. Show More Summary

Tyson Chandler Has Again Become Irreplaceable to Dallas Mavericks

The Dallas Mavericks traded for Tyson Chandler last summer hoping he would be able to bounce back from a discouraging 2013-14 campaign. Him becoming arguably the team's most important player wasn't quite on the horizon. Dirk Nowitzki has been the undisputed MVP of the Mavericks for well over a decade. Show More Summary

Tyson Chandler bangs an alley-oop on Andrew Bogut's head

Dallas scored 42 points in the first quarter against the Warriors, but Golden State stormed back in the second quarter. At the end of the second, Tyson Chandler reminded Steve Kerr and Co. that Dallas wasn't just going to roll over against the West's best team. That's a good ole dunk right on one of the better rim protectors around.

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