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Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban Is Doing Something That May Be Revolutionary

As you guys know, occasionally we go off-topic and write about something far removed from basketball. Lots of things can catch the eye: cancer trials that completely eliminate cancer, cheap new devices that pull water from the atmosphere, which will be a godsend in many parts of the world, and of course the ongoing battle to revolutionize batteries which will in turn transform the world economy. Look at this idea for one. Amazing.
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NBA world reacts to Bradley Beal report

The Washington Wizards had a disappointing 2021-22 NBA season, failing to make the playoffs with a 35-47 record. The organization has had limited success over the past few years, making the playoffs in just one of the last four seasons. They have been stuck in the dreaded NBA purgatory of...
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Steph approves of 'night, night' celebration sweeping the nation

It's the celebration sweeping the nation. Throughout the Warriors' legendary run to the 2021-22 NBA title, Steph Curry unleashed his signature "night, night" move, bringing it out at least once in each series against the Denver Nuggets, Memphis Grizzlies, Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics. Now, it's leaked into just about...
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Mavs’ Bradley Beal Pipe Dream Dying, $248 Million Contract Coming

DALLAS - The Bradley Beal Dream is going to die ... before it ever even lived. If you’re a faithful DallasBasketball.com reader, you’ve seen Bradley Beal’s name pop up quite a bit over the last few years. Those pipe-dream scenarios always had the same motivation behind them — trying to find a way to add a true second superstar next to Luka Doncic.
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Jalen Brunson’s Free Agency Market Zeroes In On Knicks, Mavericks

Among the top storyline ahead of NBA free agency is which Jalen Brunson is going to sign with after his impressive postseason run with the Dallas Mavericks. His personal ties to the New York Knicks are well known, but would he leave a team coming off a Western Conference Finals appearance that can also offer a fifth year on a contract offer that other teams cannot?
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Kendrick Perkins reveals how C's made Ray Allen, Rajon Rondo settle their beef

Ray Allen's decade-long beef with Kevin Garnett is well-documented, but his relationship with Rajon Rondo may have been even more strained. In fact, things got so bad between Allen and Rondo that they came to blows. Former Boston Celtics big man Kendrick Perkins had a front-row seat to the drama and revealed the wild way in which teammates made the two settle their differences.
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Jalen Brunson sweepstakes down to Mavericks, Knicks?

I’ve been repeatedly asked since my Friday piece on The Jalen Brunson Sweepstakes to handicap which team is in the lead to sign the coveted point guard in free agency. That can’t be accurately done yet. The Knicks have unquestionably positioned themselves as a very real threat to the Mavericks, but presumably only Brunson and his father, Knicks assistant coach Rick Brunson, know precisely where things stand. The closest thing to certainty on the Brunson front at this juncture, as Thursday’s 6 PM ET bell for the actual start of free agency approaches, is that Detroit and Indiana are no longer being mentioned as potential destinations.
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