The Mavericks joined the NBA in 1980 and it wasn’t long before
Dallas’ latest sports team thrust itself into title contention,
consistently reaching the playoffs between 1982-1990.
Throughout their history, the Mavericks have been one of the
most stable franchises in the league. They made their first finals
appearance in 2005-06, losing to the Heat. They would meet
Miami again five years later, this time beating the famous ‘Big
Three’ in 6 games to lift their first championship.
Jason Kidd, Steve Nash and Dirk Nowitzki are just a few of the
notable names to have worn the Royal Blue jerseys.
Mike Miller and Josh Coyne are back to discuss Luka Doncic’s late game heroics, Philadelphia’s future, Mamba Day and the NBA2K21 demo.
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Moves have been made, but the bigger trades are yet to be made. Tom Hall breaks down some 3s and 4s that could be next
On a team built around LeBron James, Anthony Davis could be breaking individual levels and still not sit above his teammate on the NBA’s MVP rankings, according to Huw Hopkins
With some of the usual top teams and players out of the way, a new crop of MVP candidates are breaking into the conversation this year for Huw Hopkins
With Dirk Nowitzki now gone, the Dallas Mavericks look to the future and who better to take them forward than Luka Dončić and Kristaps Porziņģis.
The Double Clutch staff review the biggest and best acquisitions of the 2019 trade deadline.
With 11 games on the slate on 21 January to celebrate Martin Luther King Day, Tom Wade takes a look at what could be the best match-up.