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Serbian police say Predrag Danilovic, who played for the Miami Heat and Dallas Mavericks, is seriously injured after being stabbed in a fight.
It says something, nearly all of it good, that on the day a male athlete in one of the major American pro sports came out as gay, the reaction from the NBA, fellow ballplayers and fans was almost uniformly positive.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says he would consider drafting Baylor All-American Brittney Griner.
A federal judge has denied a request by Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to throw out a civil lawsuit accusing him of insider trading.
Jerry Buss had been a chemist and a mathematician long before he bought the Los Angeles Lakers in 1979. The self-made millionaire with a head for business and an impresario's heart immersed himself in the NBA with every skill he acquired along the way.
Jerry Buss built a glittering life at the intersection of sports and Hollywood.
Guard Delonte West was acquired by the Texas Legends on Friday, setting him up in the NBA Development League three months after Dallas released him following a pair of suspensions.
In the midst of a six-game losing streak, the Dallas Mavericks came to Verizon Center last night to face the Washington Wizards in the teams' second and final meeting this season. The Mavericks won the first game on Nov. 14 in Dallas and were clearly hoping the Wizards would be just the get-well potion they needed.
The short-handed Dallas Mavericks will sign 16-year veteran point guard Derek Fisher on Thursday, coach Rick Carlisle said after team's 101-78 loss to Chicago on Wednesday night.
In our family, pulling the Thanksgiving Day schedule together is tough.
Dirk Nowitzki was hoping to be back on the court sooner, even when the Dallas Mavericks were saying after his surgery that it could be at least six weeks before any basketball activity.
John Wall is in familiar territory. Drafted by Washington with the No. 1 overall pick in 2010, Wall was introduced to the Wizards' fan base with an almost savior-like fanfare. Wall was the anti-Gilbert Arenas — a 20-year-old fresh new face of the franchise tasked with changing the image and the culture of a losing organization.
Cartier Martin has been biding his time at the end of the Wizards bench, patiently waiting for his chance to play. He got it on Wednesday night at American Airlines Center as the Wizards took on the Dallas Mavericks. Martin scored 14 points in 10 minutes on 5 of 6 from the floor as the Wizards lost 107-101, a game that was headed toward a blowout if not for Martin's efforts.
It's every team owner's worst nightmare — looking toward the bench on game night and seeing more star power in street clothes than in uniform. It's something the Washington Wizards and the Dallas Mavericks have in common.
Nobody knows what might have happened had the Los Angeles Lakers been a bit more patient and allowed Kobe Bryant and his teammates some time to adjust to Mike Brown's new Princeton offense, no matter how ill-suited it seemed for their talents.