Top 10 Free Agent Power Forwards

Top 10 potential free agent Power Forwards this summer for the Dallas Mavericks.

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Power Forward is not the deepest or most talented free agent position group this season, not as many game changers up for grabs as in our free agent Center rankings.  Regardless, there is still some very good young talen and potentially some great value for the Mavs to use a portion of their $57 million available this summer if they look in the right places.  With no power forward on the roster beyond this season, depending on the Dwight Powell player option for $10 million, the Mavs will have to be in the mix for some of these guys.  Let’s take a look at some of the top candidates.

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Will Luka Dončić Be an All-Star Reserve?

All-Star voting breakdown and projected Western Conference Froncourt Reserves.

2019 NBA All-Star Starters were announced on Thursday and much to the dismay of Mavericks fans and Luka Dončić fans across the world, he was not selected.  However, the dream of sending our WonderBoy to the All-Star Game in Charlotte, NC on Feb. 17 is not dead.  Now that the Starters have been determined, it is now time to figure out the Reserves.

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Top 10 Free Agent Centers

Top 10 potential free agent Centers this summer for the Dallas Mavericks.

This summer’s free agent class of Centers is filled with current and past All-Stars.  Most of these players come with big money salaries but the Mavericks have money to spend and no real Center on their roster (Sorry, Salah Mejri).  Kristaps Porzingis may be the tallest player in the NBA and a good rim protector but rebounding and banging with bigs down low has not yet been a strength of his.  In order for us to get the most out of Porzingis and Slovenian Sensation Luka Dončić I think we need a big body to help do some of the dirty work.  If they can run, shoot, and pass that would be great to.

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Mavs Playoff Watch: Week 13

Week 13 standings, game recaps, Western Conference power rankings, and team stats summary.

We have now officially passed the halfway point of the 2018-2019 NBA season so it is a good time to step back and take a look at where the Mavericks stand in the Division and against the rest of the Conference as they continue to strive for playoff basketball.

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DSJ Trade Ideas: Suns and Magic

If the Dallas Mavericks insist on moving Dennis smith Jr, here are some potential trade ideas.

Dennis smith Jr did not participate in any of the Mavericks 3 games this week with what was said to be a back injury, but now it appears the Mavericks may have been holding him out to preserve him for a potential trade.  As Adrian Wojnarowski reported on Monday night, the Mavericks have been active in Dennis Smith Jr Trade talks, particularly with the Phoenix Suns and Orlando Magic, two teams in need of a point guard.

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Luka All-Star 2019: Will Fan Voting Be Enough?

Luka Dončić is raking in the fan votes, but unfortunately that is only half the equation.

We are in the midst of All-Star voting season and all Mavericks fans and Luka Dončić fans are committed to sending the 19 year old Slovenian Sensation to the 2019 All-Star game in Charlotte, NC.  A few weeks into voting and a few weeks left to go, it is a good time to review how the All-Star starters voting works and see what kind of chance Luka Dončić has of joining the court with the worlds best ballers.  Remember, fan voting is just half of the equation, so what else does it take for this dream to become a reality?

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Luka Magic in Minnesota

Recap of the Dallas Mavericks 119-115 win in Minnesota against the Timberwolves Friday night.

What a great way to start out the second half of the 2018-2019 NBA season.  Coming into this game with a record of 19-22 through the first 41 games of the season, the Mavs are not where they want to be, tied for 13th in the West.  Luka Dončić and company have shown promise of being a playoff team over their first 41 games, proving that they can compete with the best in the league, but turnovers and inconsistency have led to the sub .500 record.

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Mavs Playoff Watch: Week 12 (1/2-1/8)

Week 12 standings, game recaps, Western Conference power rankings, and team stats summary.

The Mavericks are falling farther and farther back each week.  The team is in dire need of a serious turnaround if they are going to compete for a playoff spot in the Western Conference.  They have dropped 1.5 more games behind the Southwest Division leading Houston Rockets and another .5 game back from the 8 seed in the West.

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Dirk versus Everybody

A Look at Dirk Nowitzki’s Greatest head-to-head Matchups. From Timmy, KG, and The Black Mamba to Vinsanity, T-Mac, and The Answer, here is how each head to head matchup played out.

Ever since 1998 Dallas Mavericks fans have had the pleasure to watch and root for one of the greatest NBA players of all time.  Dirk is an NBA Champion, Finals MVP, League MVP, 13x All-Star, and 12x All-NBA.  Along with racking up these impressive accolades, Dirk Nowitzki has gone toe-to-toe with many of the greatest players to ever step on a basketball court. Not only has he competed against the best but Dirk has many times beaten the best.  Enjoy this list of some of the greatest players that Dirk Nowitzki has played against including matchup stats, win/loss record, and top games for each.  Looking through this history of data one thing is for sure, Dirk can take on anybody.

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Mavs Playoff Watch: Week 11 (12/26-1/1)

Week 11 standings, game recaps, Western Conference power rankings, and team stats summary.

To start the new year the Mavericks remain under .500 at 17-19.  They are 4 games back of the Southwest Division lead, 3 games back from the 8th seed in the West, and 7.5 games back from the 1st place team in the West.

This week went just about as you could have predicted for the Dallas Mavericks.  They won all of their home games, moving to 15-3 at home, and lost all of their road games, now 2-16 outside of Dallas.  That is just a ridiculous split that has to give at some point, hopefully in the form of more road wins as they head to the east coast this week for a trio of games.

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