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Looking Back: Vince Carter's Tenure with the Mavs

Vince Carter signed with the Dallas Mavericks following the 2011 championship season, signing a three-year, $3 million deal after the NBA lockout was lifted. Carter hit quite a few clutch shots in his time with the Mavs, including a game-winning three to beat the San Antonio Spurs in Game 3 during the first round of the playoffs last season. 344 more words

Benchwarmers United

By: Bryan Deeken (“Kings Guy”)

Intro by: Kurt Russell (KR)

         Benchwarmers.  They are an essential part of any winning team.  They are also an essential part of any losing team, as that team is losing because they are full of guys and gals who deserve to be riding the pine/would be riding the pine on a good team.  1,303 more words

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The Evolution of Brandan Wright

Brandan Wright was once a highly sought-after, freak athlete, 5-star recruit out of Brentwood Academy (Brentwood, TN). A McDonald’s All-American in 2006, Wright went on to play college basketball at North Carolina. 777 more words

Looking Back: Ian Mahinmi's Tenure with the Mavs

Ian Mahinmi will start for the Indiana Pacers against his former Dallas Mavericks tonight in place of Roy Hibbert (ankle). Mahinmi was apart of the Mavs’ 2011 championship team, playing for Dallas from 2010-12. 156 more words

Looking Back: Chris Kaman's Tenure with the Mavs

Portland Trail Blazers center Chris Kaman, a backup to starter Robin Lopez, played for Dallas in 2012-13 — the season known for the Mavs missing the playoffs for the first time since 2000 after finishing at 41-41. 257 more words

The Cleveland Cavaliers Are Not Contenders Without Anderson Varejao

When you look down Cleveland’s talented roster, it is easy to point out Anderson Varejao as the team’s X-Factor in 2015. But if you examine the top heavy Cavs even further, the “Wild Thing” holds the key to their season. 723 more words

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