1. Former NBA Star Dan Roundfield Dead at 59; Drowns Attempting to Save His Wife

    Multiple sources are reporting that former NBA All-Star Dan Roundfield has died while trying to rescue his wife. He was 59. Roundfield was a a well-loved individual who had a stellar professional basketball career for 11 seasons in the ABA and NBA...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 1,318 reads 1 comments

  2. Dallas Mavericks 2012: Chris Kaman, the Center of Attention

    There seems to be some reservation amongst NBA followers concerning the Mavericks' signing of Chris Kaman, or more accurately a giant meh ...and yet, Mavericks fans are quietly giddy...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 3,265 reads 36 comments

  3. North Carolina Tar Heels: Vinsanity Is Still Vincredible

    Not everyone can be Steve Nash and play as if they were a decade younger. Almost as rare are the Tim Duncans and Kevin Garnetts of the world, who seem to show a little age during ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 325 reads 11 comments

  4. Indiana Pacers: Why They Can Expect Great Things from D.J. Augustin

    It's amazing that D.J. Augustin didn't go home. With the Dallas Mavericks losing out on Deron Williams, Steve Nash and eventually Jason Kidd, there were whispers that perhaps he might go back to the Lone Star State...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 1,775 reads 4 comments

  5. Texas Longhorn Nation: Why 2012 Is a Pivotal Year for D.J. Augustin

    It almost seems amazing that D.J. Augustin isn't coming home. With the Dallas Mavericks losing out on Deron Williams, Steve Nash and eventually Jason Kidd, there were whispers that perhaps he might come back to the Lone Star State...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 1,049 reads 1 comments

  6. Dallas Mavericks 2012: Can Vinsanity Make a Comeback in Dallas?

    Not everyone can be Steve Nash and play as if they were a decade younger. Almost as rare are the Tim Duncans and Kevin Garnetts of the world, who seem to show a little age during ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 4,583 reads 27 comments

  7. Dallas Mavericks 2012: Why the Mavs Are Winners in Free Agency

    When you mention the Mavericks and free agency, many of us still get a little physically ill. It's going to take a while to put aside the summer of 2011, when Cuban & Co...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 5,048 reads 20 comments

  8. Dallas Mavericks 2012: Bernard James Mentors OJ Mayo in Pre-Camp Training

    There could be an impending culture clash in Big D, but this summer the Mavericks have proved adept at turning poultry poo into chicken salad. The talented but sometimes enigmatic O...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 6,333 reads 6 comments

  9. Dwight Howard, Hunter Pence and Lolo Jones: The Lighter Side of Twitter

    The news is filled with stories of indiscriminate tweeting, and I've recently written about whether or not this is good for the world of sports. However, we also seem to be going overboard to take offense...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 1,812 reads 0 comments

  10. Jerry Sandusky Scandal: Is Former Penn State President Working for Government?

    Even as the dust settles from the removal of Joe Paterno 's statue from the Penn State campus, the avalanche from the Jerry Sandusky scandal continues. Say THIS ain't so Joe...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 1,436 reads 6 comments

  11. Sports Twitter Wars: Cuban, Papachristou, Solo and Chastain's Public Cat Fights

    Bloodletting in politics is fairly routine...so much so that nobody pays much attention unless the comments are fairly extreme, and social media is pretty much just more of the same...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 668 reads 2 comments

  12. Summer Olympics 2012: Did Political Correctness Sink Voula Papachristou?

    Greek triple-jumper Voula Papachristou has received far more publicity without ever competing in this year's Summer Olympics than she would likely have received if things had gone as planned...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 3,642 reads 6 comments

  13. Dallas Mavericks: Making the New Lineup into a Contender

    The offseason moves by the Dallas Mavericks front office are getting mixed reviews, albeit kudos as a recovery from the snowball that started with the dismantling of the 2011 title ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 2,149 reads 20 comments

  14. Dallas Mavericks 2012: Have the Mavericks Addressed Offseason Priorities?

    Gee Mark, if I’d wanted to ride a ROLLER COASTER I would have taken a trip to SIX FLAGS… Nevertheless, the emotionally-exhausted Maverick fan base must be cautiously optimistic that Cuban & Co...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 1,667 reads 10 comments

  15. Summer Olympics: Did the Olympics Ruin the NBA?

    It's fairly common knowledge that Deron Williams and Dwight Howard chatted about playing together stateside while they were at the 2008 Olympics in Bejing...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 504 reads 0 comments

  16. NBA Free Agents 2012: Should the Mavs Re-Sign Delonte West?

    Ah, Delonte.... Most Mavs fans would like to forget the Summer of Our Discontent; i.e. the first chance in team history to defend a title, an opportunity that sort of got tossed out like an old pair of shoes...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 2,623 reads 4 comments

  17. Kobe Bryant, Please Cool It with Your Dream Team Comparisons

    Well, boys will be boys. It used to be we could rely on women for public cat fights but with the advent of social media it seems men cannot resist the urge to jack with each other via the internet either...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 925 reads 2 comments

  18. Mark Cuban's Twitter War: The Ultimate "Final Answer"

    It has been pretty well documented that Mark Cuban has been busy in cyberspace jousting with basketball journalist Bill Simmons and various and sundry other personalities have chimed in on the controversy, including new Maverick Chris Kaman ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 2,621 reads 5 comments

  19. NBA 2012: Best NBA Olympians Not Playing for Team USA

    Even without Steve Nash , Dirk Nowitzki and the three MVPs between them, this year's Olympics features a number of notable NBA players competing for the Gold for countries other than the USA...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 1,291 reads 0 comments

  20. NBA Draft 2012: Iraq Veteran Begins NBA Tour of Duty with Mavericks

    King James meet Sgt. James. It’s one of those rare feel-good stories that really makes the fans want to stand up and cheer. Bernard James entered the NBA draft at the ripe old age of 27...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 471 reads 9 comments

  21. Dallas Mavericks 2012: OJ Mayo Looks for a Change of Scenery, Will Join Mavs

    After a slow start summer start, the Mavericks are approaching full throttle with new personnel at every position...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 1,408 reads 0 comments

  22. Dallas Mavericks on the Rebound? What Elton Brand Brings to the Mavs

    Somebody's gotta say it.... Bennie. Bennie. Bennie. Bennie and the Jets. Thanks, I'll be here all week. Okay, now that I've gotten that out of my system, let's talk about what Elton ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 1,244 reads 0 comments

  23. NBA 2012: The Scoop on Hoops: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know

    There are a number of good resources available for looking up player histories, including the NBA website , Basketball-Reference.com and many others...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 681 reads 0 comments

  24. NBA Amnesty and More 2012: Who's Next for the Mavericks?

    While the NBA draft and much of the free-agent mayhem had come and gone even before signings officially began, there is still quite a bit of movement around the league and for some ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 3,231 reads 10 comments

  25. Dallas Mavericks 2012: The Dirty Half Dozen and Evaluating the New Lineup

    The dismantling of the 2011 Mavericks Championship team is not a decision I would have supported even in the unlikely event that the planets had aligned and both Deron Williams and ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about over 2 years ago 5,704 reads 36 comments