Dallas Mavericks

2nd Southwest | 42-40
  • Field Goal %
    20th
    44.4 FG%
  • 3-point %
    22nd
    34.4 3P%
  • Points Scored
    15th
    102 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    19th
    43.1 RPG
  • ProBasketballTalk

    Report: No meeting scheduled or agreed to between Knicks and Kevin Durant…yet

    With less than a week to go until his free agency kicks off, Kevin Durant is starting to nail down his plans for meetings. Thus far, six teams have been granted a sit-down with the most anticipated free agent in the NBA since LeBron James in 2010: the incumbent Thunder, plus the Clippers, Spurs, Heat, Warriors and Celtics. The Lakers and Durant’s hometown Wizards have all but been ruled out. The Knicks? They’re in the middle somewhere. Whispers persist that they’re still in the running, but according to ESPN.com’s Ian Begley, thus far, there are no plans for a meeting between the two sides: No meeting has been scheduled – or agreed to – between the Knicks and Kevin Durant at this point, sources

  • Washington Post4 hours ago

    Three teams that should give Dwight Howard a serious look in free agency

    Dwight Howard did the expected last week: he walked away from $23.2 million to pursue free agency. That an athlete is willing to leave that much cash on the table speaks to the deep-seated distaste Howard has for the Houston Rockets organization, which used him on 18.4 percent of possessions this season, his lowest rate in 11 years. “This will be my last chance for a really big contract,” he told Jackie MacMullan last month. The 30-year-old center, once dubbed Superman and painted as a player capable of revolutionizing the position, has had his name and reputation dragged through the mud ever since he left Orlando. To be sure, he didn’t do much on the court to quell the tumult. Here are three