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Dallas Mavericks Assembles Young, Smart Team With Chandler Parsons, Tyson Chandler and Al-Farouq Aminu

The Dallas Mavericks spent their time well in the summer free agency season and it looks as if they're ready and set for the 2014-2015 season.

Can Dallas Mavericks Survive with Aging Point Guard Platoon?

The Dallas Mavericks may lack star power at point guard, but they make up for it with depth. After trading away one of the more reliable game-managers and shooters in the game in Jose Calderon in order to acquire Tyson Chandler fromShow More Summary

Fully Rebuilt Dallas Mavericks Still Fly or Fall with Dirk Nowitzki

The Dallas Mavericks have been arguably the NBA's busiest team this offseason. They started off the league's silly season in June when they traded for Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton, kept it going in full force in July by prying Chandler...Show More Summary

Dallas Mavericks Should Complete Successful Offseason with Mo Williams

Mark Cuban's Dallas Mavericks are on to something. It started with the trade that brought Tyson Chandler (and Raymond Felton) from the New York Knicks, solidifying a front line in a way it hadn't been since the last time the 31-year-old center wore a Mavs uniform. The next big step was signing forward Chandler Parsons away from the Houston Rockets. Show More Summary

Why Cleanthony Early Could Be a Real Asset for New York Knicks' Future

What seemed like just a throw-in in the trade that sent Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton to the Dallas Mavericks, the No. 34 pick could prove to be the most valuable asset the New York Knicks got in return. I can't imagine there was...Show More Summary

Lupica: Dollars make sense, Melo

You start here with Phil Jackson, who had a very good week that might be followed by a bad one if Carmelo Anthony leaves town: If he can figure things out well enough to get rid of Tyson Chandler, who had to go, and get a much better...Show More Summary

Court Changes: Tyson Returns to Big D

Will the addition of Tyson Chandler help Dallas add the free agent they want? The post Court Changes: Tyson Returns to Big D appeared first on SLAMonline.

Phil Jackson Says Tyson Chandler Trade Was About Fixing NY Knicks' Chemistry

It's no secret that the New York Knicks would've flunked a high school chemistry class during the 2013-14 season. Throughout the campaign, one that ended before the playoffs began, the primary storylines all revolved around stupidity. Show More Summary

Mavericks happy to have Tyson Chandler back

Here’s the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reporting on the Dallas Mavericks: Chandler was the emotional leader and one of the guiding forces when the Mavs won their only NBA title three years ago. The 7-foot-1 center provided the defensive presence and rim protection the Mavs used to vault past the Miami Heat in the 2011 NBA Finals. Following [...]

Knicks select Cleanthony Early with 34th pick in 2014 NBA Draft

With one of the picks the Knicks got in return for Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton, they took Cleanthony Early from Wichita State. Wichita State's Cleanthony Early played a major role in leading the Shockers to 35 straight wins toShow More Summary

Patric Young, P.J. Hairston are potential targets of Knicks' new draft picks

Patric Young is a strong interior presence who has a good chance to be available when the Knicks pick at No. 34. The New York Knicks were searching for a way to get into the 2014 NBA Draft, and by trading Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton to the Dallas Mavericks, the Knicks received the No. Show More Summary

Knicks Trade Tyson Chandler, Raymond Felton to Mavs

Many scratched their heads with Phil Jackson’s hire of Derek Fisher as new head coach, but he has pulled off a deal to win back the detractors. The Knicks has reportedly traded Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton to the Mavericks for Jose Calderon, Wayne Ellington, Shane Larkin and Samuel Dalembert. This is the beginning of […]

Knicks trade Tyson Chandler, Raymond Felton to Mavericks

New York Knicks President Phil Jackson announced today that the team has acquired guards Jose Calderon, Wayne Ellington and Shane Larkin, center Samuel Dalembert and two second-round selections in the 2014 NBA Draft (34th & 51st overall) from Dallas in exchange for guard Raymond Felton and center Tyson Chandler. “The journey to build this team for [...]

Dallas Mavericks in Win-Now Mode with Tyson Chandler Trade

The Dallas Mavericks are hoping a familiar face brings some familiar results. According to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski and's Jeff Goodman, Tyson Chandler is reportedly on his way back to the team with whom he won a title...Show More Summary

Phil Jackson set to acquire Jose Calderon with first Knicks trade

Phil Jackson has begun remaking the New York Knicks' roster to his liking, agreeing to acquire veteran point guard Jose Calderon from the Dallas Mavericks while relinquishing Tyson Chandler as part of a six-player trade that also involves a pair of second-round draft picks, according to...

Tyson Chandler Trade Shows Knicks Preparing for Life Without Carmelo Anthony

At first glance, it's hard to understand why the New York Knicks would take on more long-term cash while also dealing away Tyson Chandler in a multiplayer exchange with the Dallas Mavericks. But as will be the case with every KnicksShow More Summary

Beck: Tyson Chandler Trade Could Signal Big Plans for the New York Knicks

The New York Knicks and Dallas Mavericks opened up the NBA offseason with a high profile trade, agreeing to terms on a deal that will see some big names switch teams, as ESPN was first to report. With Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton...Show More Summary

Report: Mavs deal to return Chandler from Knicks

Dallas and the New York Knicks have agreed to a trade that would bring center Tyson Chandler back to the Mavericks three years after he helped them win a championship only to leave right away in free agency.

Tyson Chandler, Raymond Felton Reportedly Traded to Mavericks in 6-Player Deal

Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton will be playing basketball in the Lonestar State next season as the Knicks and Mavericks reportedly agreed to a multi-player trade on Wednesday. ESPN's Jeff Goodman reported the details of the trade: ESPN's...Show More Summary

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