Carlisle cautions everyone not to sleep on the C's. The post Rick Carlisle: Celtics Have ‘Legitimate Chance’ to Reach NBA Finals appeared first on SLAMonline.
It worked for the Mavs, so we tried it ourselves. It didn’t work for us. With just over five minutes remaining in Dallas’ 113-95 win over Philadelphia on Wednesday, the Mavericks strung together one of their worst offensive possessions...Show More Summary
Dallas's coach perfectly sums up his club, which is short on talent but long on moxie
Carlisle offers up an assessment of his team. The post Rick Carlisle: ‘We’re a Sht Team, But We’re An Underrated Sht Team’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Mavericks point guard J.J. Barea is expected to miss weeks after suffering a left calf strain on Friday night against the Jazz, according to coach Rick Carlisle.
Rick Carlisle still thinks Dallas still has a shot at the Playoffs despite a 10-24 record. The post Mavs Coach Rick Carlisle: ‘We’re Not In This For Ping-Pong Balls’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Both J.J. Barea and Dirk Nowitzki could ramp up their physical activity this week, although both remain out indefinitely, coach Rick Carlisle said Monday morning. Owner Mark Cuban hinted last week that Nowitzki, out for virtually the last month with a sore right Achilles, could begin practicing at some point this week. Carlisle said that’s possible, [...]
Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki is dealing with a right Achilles strain. Continue for updates. Updates on Nowitzki's Playing Status Tuesday, Nov. 29 Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle said Nowitzki is expected to miss two games with an Achilles strain, according to Earl K. Show More Summary
Dirk Nowitzki’s recovery from right Achilles soreness will not be an overnight process, coach Rick Carlisle said, as news broke that Nowitzki will miss Sunday’s game against New Orleans. “This is part of the recovery,” Carlisle said. “Getting him better, we’re going to have to take it incrementally. There’s not like there was any big setback. [...]
Dirk Nowitzki will miss Dallas' home opener against Houston with what coach Rick Carlisle described as a stomach ailment
Carlisle earned brownie points with his boss Mark Cuban and a large plurality of American voters. Rick Carlisle’s Dallas Mavericks went down 21-4 to the Houston Rockets within the first seven minutes of the team’s penultimate preseason game Wednesday. Show More Summary
Harrison Barnes and Andrew Bogut are in, Chandler Parsons and Zaza Pachulia are out and Dallas coach Rick Carlisle has a retooled roster
Harrison Barnes and Andrew Bogut are in, Chandler Parsons and Zaza Pachulia are out and Dallas coach Rick Carlisle has a retooled roster for the sixth consecutive time since winning a championship.
They were the “Grannies with Attitude.”
Dirk Nowitzki leaving the Dallas Mavericks would be a long shot, but that won't stop Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle from doing everything he can to make sure the face of the franchise doesn't depart. Nowitzki has a player optionShow More Summary
Dallas is down 3-1 to the OKC Thunder. Which means that D-Will's "season" could literally be one more game. The post Rick Carlisle Says Deron Williams is ‘Done For The Year’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
“We’re down 10.”
Oklahoma City Thunder leading scorer Kevin Durant said Saturday he was "surprised" to hear comments from Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle about OKC's physical play. Anthony Slater of the Oklahoman passed along Durant's response...Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle voiced his displeasure with what he termed "non-basketball physical escalations" by the Oklahoma City Thunder, including superstar forward Kevin Durant, ahead of Game 4 of their first-round playoff...Show More Summary
Game 3 of the Dallas Mavericks-Oklahoma City Thunder series got chippy on Thursday -- Raymond Felton got really frustrated trying to box out Steven Adams, for example. On Friday, Dallas coach Rick Carlisle said he was "concerned" about...Show More Summary