Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Fernandez Passed Up Opportunity to Play in Spain

Rudy Fernandez has passed up the opportunity to become the highest-paid player in the Spanish ACB and will remain in the NBA for now, regardless of how long the lockout lasts.

He will play through his final year on his contract with Dallas and then will decide from there where he will continue his career.

Mark Cuban has had an interview with Marca.com, the spanish website, where it was made obvious that Cuban's support helped sway Fernandez's decision to stay in the NBA for next season.

Because of the ongoing lockout, officials are not allowed to talk to Fernandez about his decisions.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Roddy and Dojo Will Return

Rodrigue Beaubois and Dominique Jones will return to the Mavericks next season.

The Mavs have announced that they have exercised contract options for guards Rodrigue and Dominique.
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Rudy Fernandez Gets Offer from Real Madrid

According to many Spanish sources, Real Madrid made a huge contract offer to Fernandez to secure his long-term rights after he plays in the NBA.
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Barea Considering Spain if Lockout Persists

JJ Barea said that he may consider signing with a Spanish League team if the lockout continues.

"I guess my plan B would be Spain," Barea said, "But I hope that does not happen."Read more »

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Nowitzki Throws out the Rangers First Pitch

2011 NBA Champion Dirk Nowitzki threw out the first pitch at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington before their game with the NY Mets.

Nowitzki stepped up to the mound with a basketball in hand and baseball in his pocket while wearing his personalized "Nowitzki" Rangers jersey and hat as the crowd gave him a standing ovation.
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Cuban gets $341K Parade Bill

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban promised to pay all the costs of the Championship Parade that 200,000 fans attended.

City officials estimated the cost of the parade to be $340,947. This doesn't include the celebration in the AAC afterwards.
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Friday, June 24, 2011

Barea to Stay in Dallas?

JJ Barea, the fast little point guard that we all grew to know and love who drives to the basket swerving in and out of players quicker than the speed of light, is an unrestricted free agent this summer.

He made it aware that he wanted to stay in Dallas, and apparently his agent completely agrees.
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Mavs Draft Results

The Mavs, Blazers and Nuggets were involved in a 3-way deal:
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