Mavericks small forward Justin Anderson spoke with SportsDay at Mavericks Media Day on Monday. Here are some highlights. On the biggest difference between his mentality before his second season as opposed to his rookie year: "I think it's definitely confidence and experience. You kinda have more understanding of what's going to happen. I remember last year at this time of year I was so anxious because I didn't really know what the first day of training camp was going to be like. But you kinda have more of a grasp on it. You have more preparation. You understand what coach (Rick Carlisle) wants from you, how to prepare your body whether it's treatment or the strength and conditioning. There's
The Dallas Marathon announced Tuesday that HOKA ONE ONE will be the official footwear partner for the Dec. 11 BMW Dallas Marathon, Half Marathon and Behringer Relay. Hoka's elite athletes will participate on race day in the Pro Relay Challenge, which pits North Texas' pro sports franchises against one another in a friendly competition to raise money for charity. The Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, FC Dallas, Texas Rangers will each field a five-person relay team, which will include one Hoka elite athlete. The running shoe company will showcase its products at the Dec. 9-10 BMW Dallas Marathon Health and Fitness Expo. In addition, Hoka shoes will be donated to the Dallas Marathon's
Dirk Nowitzki turned in another NBA season this past year at the ripe old age of 37. Given how much he has accomplished, and how much he means to the Dallas Mavericks organization, he could be forgiven for perhaps conserving his energy at this stage. If Nowitzki didn’t want to go all out, nobody would blame him.