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Topic - Dallas Mavericks
After a 20-point loss at the Pacers and a season-low 73 points, the Wizards are desperately seeking scorers without Nene and Bradley Beal in the starting lineup.
Trevor Ariza said he won't play vs. the Knicks, but he could be back on the court soon for the Wizards.
Kevin Seraphin had a disastrous performance that directly led to a seven-point run in Dallas, and he has yet to get back in coach Randy Wittman's good graces.
With Pierre Jackson gone from Baylor, six different players have taken a turn at point guard during practice for the Bears.
Mark Cuban won a years-long fight with the federal government Wednesday as jurors decided that the billionaire basketball team owner did not commit insider-trading when he sold his shares in an Internet company in 2004.
The Securities and Exchange Commission accused Cuban of using inside information to sell $7.9 million of stock in Mamma.com after he learned confidentially of a stock offering that would send the share price down.
Memphis Grizzlies controlling owner Robert Pera is starting his second season in charge of an NBA team, and he's already calling out Michael Jordan.
Basketball star Lamar Odom was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence early Friday after a California Highway Patrol officer saw his white Mercedes-Benz traveling erratically on a San Fernando Valley Freeway.
Monta Ellis says he had to do "60 percent of everything" in Golden State and Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Bucks signed free agent guard O.J. Mayo on Saturday, hoping he will add some much-needed offensive punch to a roster that is searching for some after a summer of upheaval.
Just about every NBA team would like Dwight Howard.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are taking a chance on Andrew Bynum and his creaky knees.
As the Cavaliers await word from Andrew Bynum, two other teams have joined the chase for the free agent center.
It's Plan B again for the Dallas Mavericks in free agency.
Chris Paul's answer was brief, just like his time on the free agent market.