It’s easy to dissect the last two possessions in the fourth quarter that would’ve given the Mavericks a 3-point lead: one, if Powell made his two free throws with 19.8 seconds left — just like he made the previous two — and two, if Spencer Dinwiddie would’ve made the game winning 3-point attempt at the buzzer. If either of those plays broke right, the Mavericks would’ve held a commanding 3-1.
The Dallas Mavericks went 5-5 from December 12th until New Years Eve. The last game Luka Doncic played in before getting injured
Landon’s Picks Dorian Finney-Smith – I expect Finney-Smith to score over 11.5 points, he has scored 12+ in the past 5 games. Tyrese Haliburton – Haliburton has scored 23 PPG in his […]
Landon’s Picks Kristaps Porziņģis – Luka is out and the Mavericks will need a big game from Kristaps offensively, I am taking over 21.5 points this evening. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander – He has […]
Dallas Mavericks players Maxi Kleber, Dwight Powell and Josh Green each took a family from Hopeful Solutions shopping for the holidays at Academy Sports + Outdoors. Each family had a wish list of items and the players took […]
The Dallas Mavericks hosted their annual Mavs Turkey Giveaway, in partnership with Kroger, the official grocery store of the Mavs. Dallas Mavericks players Kristaps Porzingis, Maxi Kleber, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Dwight Powell will join former Dallas Mavericks players Charlie Villanueva and Jimmy […]
The Dallas Mavericks assign forward Josh Green and center Moses Brown to their G-League affiliate team Texas Legends. Great showing from the two Dallas Mavericks assignments in front of Mavs teammates, Jason […]