Nico Harrison addresses media after the 2022 NBA Draft. Harrison discusses draft pick Jaden Hardy, newly acquired Christian Wood and free agent Jalen Brunson.
Mavericks general manager Nico Harrison has said that bringing Jalen Brunson back is a “top priority” and Mark Cuban believes Brunson wants to stay with the team. Now it is all up to the Mavericks organization and Brunson on if he’s going to be donning a Mavs jersey come the first game of the 2022-23 NBA season.
In this episode, Landon Thomas talks about the Dallas Mavericks acquiring Christian Wood. Ian Kayanja and Shahnavaz Makhani join the show to discuss their initial reactions, Wood’s fit with the team if the chemistry will be impacted and how much this improves the team.
Nico Harrison once again surprised the NBA by making another shrewd trade in order to give the Mavericks a chance to get back to the Finals for the first time in over a decade.
Two back-to-back trades that can give the Dallas Mavericks rim protection and a wing who can create his own shot.
The Dallas Mavericks are coming off their best season in over a decade, reaching the Western Conference finals and establishing themselves as a true force in the Western Conference. Fresh off their trade with the Houston Rockets netting them Christian Wood, here are the next steps for Dallas to take.
Landon Thomas dives into the Dallas Mavericks offseason. Shahnavaz Makhani joins the show to discuss the offseason mindset for Nico Harrison, MLE candidates and Trade Exception candidates for the Mavs.
Landon Thomas dives into the first episode of the offseason. Ian Kayanja joins the show and discusses a realistic and fantasy trade for the Dallas Mavericks, rebranding the team, and NBA Finals.
Nico Harrison made great moves during his first season with the organization and hit on multiple key points during his exit interview that will help the Mavs continue on a path of success.
Landon Thomas looks back at the 2021-22 season after the Golden State Warriors defeated the Dallas Mavericks. He also provides five highlights from the memorable season and three things that stood out from the end-of-season exit interviews.
The 2021-2022 Dallas Mavericks were among the most enjoyable teams in franchise history despite coming up just short of the NBA finals. Their appearance in the Western Conference Finals was just the fifth in franchise history and the furthest the team had progressed since the 2010-2011 title run.