• Following busy summer, Doncic favored to capture this year’s MVP award

    For the third straight season, Luka Doncic has opened training camp as the favorite by the Las Vegas oddsmakers to win the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award. This time, the Dallas Mavericks’ superstar point guard hopes the third time is indeed the charm.
    Denver’s Nikola Jokic captured the league’s MVP award the past two seasons. It’s a coveted trophy Doncic wouldn’t mind putting on his mantel.
    “To be an MVP of this league, not a lot of people can’t
  • Tempering expectations, revealing starters highlight media day

    Between photo shoots and interview sessions at Mavericks’ media day on Monday, coach Jason Kidd acknowledged the obvious – that expectations for the surprise Western Conference finalists of 2022 will be revved past the red line as training camp opens Tuesday.
    “I understand that,” Kidd said. “It’s the expectations that any coach or any sports team goes through after having a good year. I think that’s one of the things – we have to try to be realisti
  • As training camp is set to start, Mavs will be different this season

    As he reflects on helping the Dallas Mavericks advance to the Western Conference Finals last season, there’s one thing that jumps off the table at coach Jason Kidd as he approaches the 2022-23 season.
    Things will be different for the Mavs. How much different remains to be seen.
    Gone is guard Jalen Brunson, who left the Mavs after four seasons and signed a very lucrative four-year, $104 million free agent contract with the New York Knicks over the offseason. But the Mavs, who had all sorts
  • Nowitzki knows J-Kidd will have Mavs ready to roll — again — this season

    From his perspective, Dirk Nowitzki has no doubt that Dallas Mavericks coach Jason Kidd will be able to pick up where he left off last season.
    Not only did the Mavs defeat the Utah Jazz in the first round of last year’s playoffs after Luka Doncic missed the first three games of that best-of-seven series with a strained left calf. But the Mavs went on to surpass even greater odds when they smashed the top-ranked Suns in Phoenix in a winner-take-all Game 7, 123-90, en route to advancing to t
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  • Mavs rookie Jaden Hardy gives free youth camp in North Dallas

    The day after the Dallas Mavericks negotiated a draft day trade with the Sacramento Kings to secure the rights to guard Jaden Hardy in June, Hardy and his camp strategically started putting the wheels in motion to host a basketball camp in North Texas.
    That strategy came to fruition Saturday when the rookie from the NBA G League’s Ignite held a free camp for over 100 third-eighth grade boys and girls at the Shelton School in North Dallas.
    “The reason I wanted to do this camp is I wan
  • Mavs rookie guard Jaden Hardy holds free youth camp in North Dallas

    The day after the Dallas Mavericks negotiated a draft day trade with the Sacramento Kings to secure the draft rights to guard Jaden Hardy this past June, that’s when Hardy and his camp strategically started putting the wheels in motion to host a basketball camp in North Texas.
    That strategy came to fruition Saturday when the rookie from the NBA G League’s Ignite held a free camp for over 100 third-eighth grade boys and girls at the Shelton School in North Dallas.
    “The reason I
  • Mavericks fill out training camp roster with five signees

    The Mavericks on Wednesday officially signed five additions to their training camp roster.
    Guards McKinley Wright IV, Tyler Hall and D.J. Stewart Jr. joined two forwards, Mouhamadou Gueye and Marcus Bingham Jr.
    All five will be competing for potentially two open spots on the Mavericks’ roster: one open contract spot and one two-way contract.
    Training camp opens with media day on Monday and the first full practice on Tuesday.
    Below is the full announcement and the roster as it currently sta
  • Mavs Ballkids Play Valuable Role On Game Nights: Meet veteran Brody McClure from Midlothian

    Each year, the Dallas Mavs Ballkids program selects dozens of teens to work alongside the team for games at American Airlines Center. The applicants are selected from Dallas Mavericks Hoop Camp and Elite Camp participants to perform various game night responsibilities.The boys and girls are chosen based on their character, leadership skills and ability to adapt under intense pressure.
    They have a wide-range of duties beyond just mopping up sweat during the game and shagging rebounds for players.
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  • Dallas Mavs Ballkids Play Valuable Roles On Game Nights: Meet veteran Brody McClure from Midlothian

    Each year, the Dallas Mavs Ballkid program selects dozens of teens to work alongside the team for games at the American Airlines Center. The applicants are selected from Dallas Mavericks Hoop Camp and Elite Camp participants to perform various game night responsibilities.The boys and girls are chosen based on their character, leadership skills and ability to adapt under intense pressure.
    They have a wide-range of duties beyond just mopping up sweat during the game and shagging rebounds for playe
  • Dallas Mavs Ballkids Play Valuable Role On Game Nights: Meet veteran Brody McClure from Midlothian

    Each year, the Dallas Mavs Ballkid program selects dozens of teens to work alongside the team for games at the American Airlines Center. The applicants are selected from Dallas Mavericks Hoop Camp and Elite Camp participants to perform various game night responsibilities.The boys and girls are chosen based on their character, leadership skills and ability to adapt under intense pressure.
    They have a wide-range of duties beyond just mopping up sweat during the game and shagging rebounds for playe
  • Dallas Mavs Ballkids Play Critical Roles On Game Nights: Meet veteran Brody McClure from Midlothian

    Each year, the Dallas Mavs Ballkid program selects dozens of teens to work alongside the team for games at the American Airlines Center. The applicants are selected from Dallas Mavericks Hoop Camp and Elite Camp participants to perform various game night responsibilities.The boys and girls are chosen based on their character, leadership skills and ability to adapt under intense pressure.
    There’s far more to do than just mopping up sweat during the game and shagging rebounds during warm-ups
  • Title tracks: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Christian Wood

    It’s time to wrap up our monthlong series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    We’ve given you the sound tracks for 14 Mavericks so far, trying to explain musically what must happen in 2022-23 for players – and by extension, the Mavericks – to be successful.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, the ana
  • Poland delivers major upset, shocking Slovenia, 90-87, in EuroBasket

    Luka Doncic and Slovenia didn’t have much energy in the first half Wednesday, and they paid dearly for it in the second half as they were eliminated from the EuroBasket tournament in stunning fashion.
    In a very physical game played in Berlin, up-and-coming Poland shocked Slovenia, 90-87, in the quarterfinals of the EuroBasket tournament. For Poland, the victory sent shock waves throughout the international basketball world as it built a 23-point lead in the first half and went on to derail
  • Poland delivered the upset of all upsets as it shocked Slovenia, 90-87, in EuroBasket

    Luka Doncic and Slovenia didn’t have much energy in the first half Wednesday, and they paid dearly for it in the second half as they were eliminated from the EuroBasket tournament in stunning fashion.
    In a very physical game played in Berlin, up-and-coming Poland ceremoniously stunned Slovenia, 90-87, in the quarterfinals of the EuroBasket tournament. For Poland, the victory sent shock waves throughout the international basketball world as it built a 23-point lead in the first half and wen
  • DALLAS MAVERICKS NAME EVO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP THE OFFICIAL CINEMA AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTER PARTNER

    SEPT. 14, 2022 (DALLAS) – The Dallas Mavericks and EVO Entertainment Group announced a multi-year partnership, naming EVO the Official Cinema and Entertainment Center of the Dallas Mavericks. As part of the partnership, EVO will become the Presenting Sponsor of the Mavs ManiAACs, the original all-male performance squad of the NBA. To commemorate the ManiAACs 20-year history with the organization, EVO and the Dallas Mavericks will produce a short-form documentary highlighting the entertainm
  • EuroBasket: Dorsey’s strong tournament ends; Luka, Slovenia try to advance Wednesday

    If the Mavericks are going to be represented in the EuroBasket final four, it will be up to Luka Dončić to make it happen.
    Dallas’ other connection in the tournament, guard Tyler Dorsey fueled excitement about his potential role with the Mavericks with his play alongside Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Greece national team.
    But the Greeks’ run in EuroBasket came to a rough end on Tuesday, when host Germany, playing in front of a strong home crowd in Berlin that included Dirk
  • Title tracks: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Dwight Powell

    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n
  • Back surgery couldn’t keep Del Harris from HOF celebration

    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – On Tuesday, Del Harris had his second back surgery.
    Four days later, he officially entered the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
    The 85 year old was moving slowly, understandably. “I’m still on (pain) meds,” he had said leading up to the ceremony.
    But with his wife, Ann, at his arm and a group of family and friends who were there to lean on, Harris took the podium on Saturday night and thanked the people who helped get him here after a basket
  • Doncic pours in 35 to pace Slovenia to 88-72 triumph over Belgium

    The Belgium Lions saw themselves in prime position to pull off a major upset. But Luka Doncic and Slovenia had other ideas.
    Led by 35 points, five rebounds and five assists from Doncic, Slovenia went on a late 19-1 run en route to holding off Belgium and upending the pesky Lions, 88-72, Saturday in Berlin in the knockout round of the EuroBasket tournament. With the win, Slovenia advances to the quarterfinals of this prestigious tournament.
    Ukraine will play Poland on Sunday, and that winner will
  • Doncic pours in 35 points to pace Slovenia to an 88-72 triumph over Belgium

    The Belgium Lions saw themselves in prime position to pull off a major upset. But Luka Doncic and Slovenia had other ideas.
    Led by 35 points, five rebounds and five assists from Doncic, Slovenia went on a late 19-1 run en route to holding off Belgium and upending the pesky Lions, 88-72, Saturday in Berlin in the knockout round of the EuroBasket tournament. With the win, Slovenia advances to the quarterfinals of this prestigious tournament.
    Other than Doncic, Slovenia got 13 points from Klemen Pr
  • Hall of Fame highlights: coaching legends and killer crossovers

    UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Celebrating the 2022 enshrinees at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame means gathering legends together.
    Including three prominent people in Mavericks’ history.
    Three?
    Allow us to explain.
    You probably know longtime coach Del Harris is going into the hall, officially, Saturday night at the enshrinement ceremony in Springfield, Mass. He’s been with the Mavericks organization in some capacity for most of the last 21 years.
    But also getting in is Tim
  • Hall of Fame highlights: coaching legends and killer crossover dribbles

    UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Celebrating the 2022 enshrinees at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame means gathering legends together.
    Including three prominent people in Mavericks’ history.
    Three?
    Allow us to explain.
    You probably know longtime coach Del Harris is going into the hall, officially, Saturday night at the enshrinement ceremony in Springfield, Mass. He’s been with the Mavericks organization in some capacity for most of the last 21 years.
    But also getting in is Tim
  • Title tracks: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Frank Ntilikina

    It’s time to continue our “meet the Mavericks” series breaking down the roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to ana
  • Mavs sign Maxi Kleber to contract extension

    The Dallas Mavericks signed forward Maxi Kleber to a contract extension Thursday, keeping one of their most valuable players in the fold.
    A huge cornerstone for the Mavs, Kleber is entering the final season of a four-year $35.6 million contract he signed on July 10, 2019 that will pay him nine million dollars this coming season. His new contract, according to multiple reports, will pay him $33 million over three years and will keep the five-year veteran with the Mavs through the 2025-’26 s
  • Luka erupts for 42 as Slovenia nicks France, wins Group B

    The defending champions at EuroBasket have served notice they are going to be very, very hard to dethrone.
    Thanks to a very heavy dose of Luka Magic.
    Luka Dončić took charge for a second day in a row and led Slovenia to a critical and hard-fought 88-80 victory over France and clinch the top spot in powerful Group B with a 4-1 record, which means they will have one of the top seeds going into the knockout phase of the tournament.
    Luka was unstoppable. A day after he scored 36 points in
  • Doncic pours in 36 to guide Slovenia to 88-80 victory over Germany

    Whenever Luka Doncic wants to put his stamp on a game, there’s really not much an opponent can do about it.
    Such was the case Tuesday when Germany was trying to upset Doncic’s native land of Slovenia in the EuroBasket in a game played in Cologne, Germany. In the end, Doncic was in too much of a rhythm for the home team as he finished with 36 points, 10 rebounds and four assists in 34 minutes to pace Slovenia to a hard-fought 88-80 victory.
    The win helped Slovenia bounce back from Sun
  • Doncic pours in 36 points to guide Slovenia to an 88-80 victory over Germany

    Whenever Luka Doncic wants to put his stamp on a game, there’s really not much an opponent can do about it.
    Such was the case Tuesday when Germany was trying to upset Doncic’s native land of Slovenia in the EuroBasket in a game played in Cologne, Germany. In the end, Doncic was in too much of a rhythm for the home team as he finished with 36 points, 10 rebounds and four assists in 34 minutes to pace Slovenia to a hard-fought 88-80 victory.
    The win helped Slovenia bounce back from Sun
  • Title tracks: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Theo Pinson

    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n
  • Luka, Slovenia dealt their first loss at EuroBasket

    The breezy stroll Luka Dončić was taking through the EuroBasket tournament turned into an arduous trek on Sunday.
    Having won their first two games convincingly, the Slovenians ran into a hot-shooting opponent and a cold game of their own from 3-point range and suffered their first defeat in EuroBasket in seven years.
    Bosnia and Herzegovina rode the remarkable 3-point shooting of John Roberson (a Plano High School and Texas Tech product) to score a 97-93 upset of Dončić and Sl
  • Luka, Slovenia cruise to 2-0 mark in EuroBasket

    In the 2022 EuroBasket tournament, they call Group B “the group of death.”
    That’s because four of the six teams in the group can legitimately say they have a shot to win the event, including Germany, Lithuania and France.
    But they all will still have to go through Slovenia, which continued to roll on Saturday with a 103-88 blowout of Hungary.
    The Slovenians now are 2-0 and tied with Germany in Group B play. Everybody else has at least one loss and Lithuania is 0-2. Each team ha
  • Why LeBron James Is Worth $100 Million to the Lakers, Win or Lose

    If all James did was win basketball games, that would be more than enough. But his value goes beyond the court.
  • Title tracks: Music to win by in 2022-23 for JaVale McGee

    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n
  • Mavericks’ Dorsey shines in Greece’s win over Croatia

    A Mavericks’ connection continued to find good success on Day Two of the FIBA EuroBasket tournament.
    Tyler Dorsey, the Mavericks’ guard who signed a two-way contract earlier this summer, helped spring Greece out of a close game, made key plays late and showed again that he is a perfect lieutenant to Giannis Antetokounmpo as the Greeks whipped Croatia 89-85 on Friday at Milan, Italy.
    Dorsey had 20 points by halftime and finished with 27, matching Antetokounmpo as the Greek national te
  • Luka, Slovenia open EuroBasket with win over Lithuania; Nowitzki honored

    Slovenia’s title defense in the EuroBasket tournament is off to a rousing start as the steamroller known as Luka Dončić continues to flatten everybody in the way.
    While the Mavericks’ superstar point guard wasn’t dominant in the scoring department, he did control the action in the fourth quarter and lead the Slovenians to an impressive 92-85 comeback victory over Domantas Sabonis and Lithuania Thursday at Cologne, Germany.
    With owner Mark Cuban, coach Jason Kidd, pres
  • Luka, Slovenia open EuroBasket with comeback victory over Lithuania

    Slovenia’s title defense in the EuroBasket tournament is off to a rousing start the steamroller known as Luka Dončić continues to flatten everybody in the way.
    While the Mavericks’ superstar point guard wasn’t dominant in the scoring department, he did control the action in the fourth quarter and lead the Slovenians to an impressive 92-85 comeback victory over Domantas Sabonis and Lithuania Thursday at Cologne, Germany.
    With owner Mark Cuban, coach Jason Kidd, preside
  • Dirk Nowitzki’s Pro Celebrity Tennis Classic returns Sept. 25; Luka Dončić to compete

    DALLAS — Game, set, match! Dirk Nowitzki has achieved basketball greatness, sold out charity baseball games and, this fall, will pay homage to his first love – tennis.Returning after a three-year break, the beloved NBA champ and Dallas Maverick favorite will host the fifth-annual Dirk Nowitzki Pro Celebrity Tennis Classic on Sunday, Sept. 25, at 11 a.m. at the SMU Tennis Complex (5555 N. Central Expwy. in Dallas).
    Doors will open at 10 a.m. with the round-robin tournament conclu
  • Dirk Nowitzki Pro Celebrity Tennis Classic returns Sept. 25; Luka Dončić set to compete

    DALLAS — Game, set, match! Dirk Nowitzki has achieved basketball greatness, sold out charity baseball games and, this fall, will pay homage to his first love – tennis.Returning after a three-year break, the beloved NBA champ and Dallas Maverick favorite will host the fifth-annual Dirk Nowitzki Pro Celebrity Tennis Classic on Sunday, Sept. 25, at 11 a.m. at the SMU Tennis Complex (5555 N. Central Expwy. in Dallas).
    Doors will open at 10 a.m. with the round-robin tournament conclu
  • EuroBasket set to start; here’s the Mavericks’ connections and what to look for

    Mavericks’ point guard Luka Dončić will begin EuroBasket play on Thursday at 10:15 a.m., Dallas time, as the Slovenia national team takes on Lithuania on the first day of competition.
    The Slovenians are the reigning EuroBasket champions, having won this event in 2017. The EuroBasket tournament has been on hiatus since then, primarily because of COVID-19 complications.
    Following is a tutorial for what EuroBasket is all about:
    WHAT’S AT STAKE: After the FIBA World Cup and the
  • Title tracks: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Maxi Kleber

    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n
  • Title track: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Jaden Hardy

    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n
  • International update: Luka, Dorsey prepare for EuroBasket

    International update: Luka, Dorsey prepare for EuroBasket
    After Sunday’s disappointing finish to 2023 World Cup qualifying, Luka Dončić and the Slovenian national team will move on to the EuroBasket tournament, opening on Thursday against Lithuania.
    Slovenia suffered its biggest loss of the eight-game qualifying event on Sunday as Germany took a 90-71 rout.
    Dončić was strong, as usual, with 23 points, six rebounds and five assists, but the Slovenians were overrun in the third quarter and couldn’t recover.
    Dončić
  • Title track: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Tim Hardaway Jr.

    Title track: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Tim Hardaway Jr.
    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n
  • Maverick notes: Luka rolling with Slovenia; preseason schedule set

    Maverick notes: Luka rolling with Slovenia; preseason schedule set
    It might be the NBA’s down time, but you’d never know it by the way Luka Dončić is rolling with the Slovenian national team.
    The Mavericks’ superstar point guard narrowly missed a triple-double as he led Slovenia to a 104-83 wipeout win over Estonia in a qualifying game for the 2023 FIBA World Cup.
    Dončić finished with 25 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists and also had an impressive block against an Estonian player that was followed with an emphatic stare
  • Title track: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Josh Green

    Title track: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Josh Green
    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n
  • Title track: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Dorian Finney-Smith

    Title track: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Dorian Finney-Smith
    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n
  • Title track: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Tyler Dorsey

    Title track: Music to win by in 2022-23 for Tyler Dorsey
    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n
  • MAVS VAULT AT THE STATE FAIR OF TEXAS

    MAVS VAULT AT THE STATE FAIR OF TEXAS
    AUG. 18, 2022 (DALLAS) – The history of the Dallas Mavericks will be on full display at Mavs Vault, presented by ShiftKey, at this year’s State Fair of Texas, from Sept. 30 to Oct. 23 at the Hall of State at Fair Park. Highlighting the landmark moments of the past 42 years, this exhibit will feature never-before-seen artifacts, a short historical film, interactive kiosks with trivia and games, Mavs photo booth, jersey progression display, giveaways, merchandise, and upcoming ticket p
  • Mavericks to open 2022-23 season at Phoenix; breaking down the schedule

    Mavericks to open 2022-23 season at Phoenix; breaking down the schedule
    The Mavericks will open the 2022-23 NBA season at the scene of their greatest triumph from last spring’s run to the Western Conference finals as they visit the Phoenix Suns on Oct. 19.
    The game will be televised on ESPN (9 p.m., Dallas time).
    That will begin the marathon 82-game schedule, during which the Mavericks will try to navigate through a stacked Western Conference and make another deep run into the playoffs.
    It was May 15 when the Mavericks won Game 7 in the second round of the pla
  • DALLAS MAVERICKS NAME SHIFTKEY AN OFFICIAL PARTNER

    DALLAS MAVERICKS NAME SHIFTKEY AN OFFICIAL PARTNER
    AUG. 17, 2022 (DALLAS) – The Dallas Mavericks and ShiftKey, a Texas based technology company, announced a multi-year partnership, naming ShiftKey an Official Partner of the Dallas Mavericks. ShiftKey is a platform that uses marketplace dynamics to connect licensed independent workers with healthcare facilities looking to fill open shifts. By placing the power back into the hands of healthcare workers, ShiftKey enables licensed professionals to work on their own terms.
    “The Dallas Mav
  • Title track: The music to win by in 2022-23 for Luka Dončić

    Title track: The music to win by in 2022-23 for Luka Dončić
    It’s time to continue our series breaking down the Mavericks’ roster.
    Rather than just running down the assets and debits of each player, we’re going to approach this year’s roster evaluation a little differently.
    With a sound track.
    Since the Mavericks reached the Western Conference finals last season and have made it clear that championships are the only measuring stick they will use moving forward in the Luka Dončić era, it’s time to analyze what they n

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