1. Lamar Odom: Dallas Mavericks' Mess Is All His Fault (and You Too, Kardashians)

    Sometimes a good cry is the best thing for pent-up misery. Or if you're a writer, you can let it all hang out—but if you want to further your career, you have to play nice...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 10,936 reads 11 comments

  2. Dallas Mavericks: Much Pain, No Gain; the Other Ones Who Got Away

    The rise and fall of the Dallas Mavericks has been fairly well documented. I myself have written extensively post-mortem about what went wrong from the onset following the NBA Championship in 2011 and ideas about how to right the ship ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 1,883 reads 5 comments

  3. Dallas Mavericks Approach Brazilian Big Man Rafael Hettsheimeir

    The Dallas Morning News is reporting the Mavs have finally jumped in the hunt to shore up their front line by making an offer to Brazilian power forward/center Rafael Hettsheimeir...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 5,517 reads 15 comments

  4. Dallas Mavericks: Is There Something Rotten in the Land of Dirk?

    What now, Mark Cuban ? As the world waits for a parachute to open this offseason amidst hopes that there will be a soft landing for the Mavericks sooner rather than later, a new wave of scrutiny is washing over the colorful owner...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 3,853 reads 14 comments

  5. Dallas Mavericks: Mark Cuban Responds as Dallas Fans Try to Cope with Exodus

    On July 6th I ran across the following comment retweeted by Mark Cuban : @ mcuban you are proof of the saying "never let someone influence a decision if they don't have to ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 7,653 reads 50 comments

  6. Dallas Mavericks, Point Blank: Without a Premier PG, What's Next?

    I've been saying it for over a year, although I don't know if anyone realized how bad things might get: Mark Cuban made nothing short of a colossal miscalculation when he allowed ...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 4,909 reads 27 comments

  7. Show Me the Money! Are Our Priorities Seriously out of Whack?

    Though many Americans right now are concerned about the economy, the world of entertainment, which includes sports, somehow gets a pass. Oh, the irony...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 79 reads 0 comments

  8. Dallas Mavericks 2012: Can the Mavericks Bounce Back and Return to the Finals?

    There is no shortage of competition in the West and if the trajectory continues, the young Oklahoma City Thunder , fresh off a trip to the Finals and a new deal for head coach Scott Brooks, are destined to be in the championship series once again...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 1,654 reads 4 comments

  9. Dallas Mavericks: Is It Time to Hit the Panic Button or Rebuild?

    I opened my eyes this morning to Tyler Conway's contention that since Deron Williams slipped away, it's time for the Mavericks to rebuild. I'm going to have to respectfully disagree...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 2,630 reads 7 comments

  10. Oklahoma City Thunder: A Little Justice in the World, Scott Brooks to Stay

    It was surprising to many that Scott Brooks' contract was allowed to expire following the NBA Finals . During a relatively short voyage, he has steered his ship from the bottom of the cellar to one step away from the top of the mountain...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 544 reads 0 comments

  11. Dallas Mavericks 2012: 3 Offseason Priorities the Mavs Should Consider

    In a year following what could generously be called disappointing for the Dallas Mavericks , expectations are high that without the immediate availability of Dwight Howard , at least Deron Williams will make his way to Dallas...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 2,272 reads 0 comments

  12. Dallas Mavericks and Mark Cuban, Listen Up: Avoid Clichés Like the Plague

    It’s hard to argue too much with the success of the Dallas Mavericks and Mark Cuban over the last decade, although until 2011 we certainly saw a lot of goodness rather than greatness...

    Craig Berlin Written by Craig Berlin about 2 years ago 2,125 reads 6 comments