Dwight Powell was a mere throw-in when the Dallas Mavericks swung a trade for Rajon Rondo last season, but the sophomore could be presented with an opportunity to be a key cog in head coach Rick Carlisle 's rotation next year. With DeAndre...Show More Summary
The Dallas Mavericks made some moves during last season that were intended to help them win a championship. With a souring relationship between Rajon Rondo and Rick Carlisle, and Monta Ellis with a player option, the Mavs need some important...Show More Summary
A roller-coaster 2015 campaign has set the stage for an entertaining, unpredictable offseason for head coach Rick Carlisle 's Dallas Mavericks. First up on the docket is the NBA draft, where the club will aim to enhance their playoff rotation while building for the future. Show More Summary
Rick Carlisle may coach the Dallas Mavericks by day, but he showed earlier this week that he’s a man of many talents. Check him out absolutely killing it on piano alongside singer-songwriter Bruce Hornsby at a concert at the city’s House of Blues. That’s great teamwork right there. While no doubt Carlisle’s improvisational skills are […]
Rick Carlisle is probably accustomed to being in the spotlight as head coach of the Dallas Mavericks, but this time he was the center of attention for a different reason. Carlisle played the piano at recent Bruce Hornsby concert a tShow More Summary
A former campaign staff member for Rick Santorum took his own life on Tuesday morning after stabbing a Yale University student, the Associated Press reported. Authorities said 22-year-old Tyler Carlisle jumped from a ninth-story window in an apartment complex across the street from the university...
Not wanting to risk another fine for criticizing NBA referees, Rick Carlisle taped his mouth shut when asked about the officiating in Game 4.
Long before Rajon Rondo parted ways with the Mavericks, it was apparent that he didn’t see eye-to-eye with Coach Rick Carlisle. On Wednesday, we learned that the point guard was also deeply unpopular with his own teammates, as they opted to deny him a playoff share. NBA salaries are based on regular-season participation, so the league allocates […]
LOS ANGELES — If you've arrived at the completely logical party, hosted by the estimable Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle, that Rajon Rondo shall not be welcome on your team under any circumstances at any price tag, it's probably...Show More Summary
Rick Carlisle put both in the starting lineup and they starred in Dallas' Game 5 victory. If only the Mavericks' coach had made the move sooner. Down 3-0 and heading into Sunday's game in Dallas against the Rockets, the Mavericks looked cooked. Show More Summary
Rick Carlisle got hit with a $25,000 fine after Friday’s loss to the Rockets when he criticized the officiating, so after game 4?s desperate victory, he took measures to ensure it wouldn’t happen again. Those measures included putting duct tape over his mouth, abduction-style, to prevent him from saying anything that might cost him some […]
If you can't say something nice, there's always adhesive. Dallas Mavericks Coach Rick Carlisle, who was fined $25,000 for criticizing referees earlier in the NBA playoff series against the Houston Rockets, taped his mouth shut for laughs...Show More Summary
After getting fined $25,000 for criticizing officials after Game 3, it looks like Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle has learned his lesson. The Mavericks avoided getting swept out of the first round by the Houston Rockets with a 121-109 victory in Game 4 on Sunday. Show More Summary
There was plenty of stuff Dallas Mavericks Coach Rick Carlisle could have said after the team’s 121-109 victory over the Houston Rockets in a Western Conference playoff game Sunday night. He could have, for instance, mentioned a five-technical funfest in which his team managed to stave off elimination and narrow the Rockets’ series lead to […]
When asked about the officiating tonight, Mavs HC Rick Carlisle put a piece of tape over his mouth. pic.twitter.com/UItDkr3Lmm — NBA (...)
Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle didn't want to incur another fine for criticizing referees, as he did after Game 3 of the NBA playoffs, so he brought his own fix to the post-game press conference Sunday night.
The NBA fined Rick Carlisle $25,000 for criticizing officials after the third game in Dallas’s playoff series against Houston, so the Mavericks head coach brought a prop to his post-game presser after tonight’s 121-109 win over the Rockets. Read more...
Rich Carlisle was fined $25,000 for criticizing the referees from the playoff series earlier this week, and the Mavericks' coach was darn sure he wasn't going to lose that money again. His solution: A 25-cent piece of duct tape. Well played, Rick. h/t @TheCauldron
Carlisle was fined $25,000 Saturday for criticizing officials after a loss to the Houston Rockets that left his team trailing, 3-0, in a first-round N.B.A. playoff series.