Dallas Mavericks

  • Field Goal %
    44.4 FG%
  • 3-point %
    34.4 3P%
  • Points Scored
    102 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    43.1 RPG
  • Report: ‘Several executives’ believe Kendall Marshall, to be waived after 76ers-Jazz trade, still belongs in NBA
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    Report: ‘Several executives’ believe Kendall Marshall, to be waived after 76ers-Jazz trade, still belongs in NBA

    The Jazz just traded Tibor Pleiss to the 76ers in a salary dump. Utah gets Kendall Marshall in a procedural move and will waive the point guard whose salary is unguaranteed. What’s next for Marshall and Pleiss? Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports on Marshall: several league executives still believe there’s a spot in the league for him as a backup point guard. Jessica Camerato of CSN Philly: If so many executives believe Marshall belongs in the NBA, he’ll get signed. I have some doubts. Marshall was curiously undervalued when he was younger and healthier. Now, he’s coming off a dreadful season in Philadelphia. A 2015 torn ACL still raises major doubts about Marshall’s ability to play even tolerable

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    Phil Jackson missed out on trading for Jae Crowder

    Tommy Dee | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Instagram Say what you want about Phil Jackson, but when the time comes around to tell it like it is you can count on him to be transparent. In the latest edition of the Jackson Chronicles written by his friend Charlie Rosen on Today's Fast Break, Jackson talks about a tough decision he had to face when trading former center Tyson Chandler to the Dallas Mavericks in 2014. "One of the first deals I engineered when I came back to New York was to trade Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton to Dallas for Shane Larkin, Jose Calderon, Wayne Ellington, Samuel Dalembert, plus a second-round pick that the Mavs owed to the Celtics," Jackson said. "In talking with

  • Report: John Wall ‘rankled’ by James Harden’s high-paying Rockets contract
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    Report: John Wall ‘rankled’ by James Harden’s high-paying Rockets contract

    Bradley Beal isn’t the only player bothering John Wall. James Harden – who’s earning a lot of money from the Rockets and adidas – is drawing the ire of the Wizards point guard. Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer: One league source familiar with Wall’s state of mind simply put it this way: “Wall’s got jealousy issues. He’s always upset with someone who makes more money than him.” A front office executive tells The Ringer that Wall was “rankled” after Harden signed a four-year, $118 million extension with the Rockets. O’Connor also pointed out this line from Nick DePaula of Yahoo Sports on Wall rejected adidas’ offer: “He wanted Harden money,” a source told The Vertical. I wonder how Wall feels about