Who: The San Antonio Spurs host the Dallas Mavericks
What: Do I even need to explain? This is the first meeting between the two teams since the Spurs felled the Mavs in the first round of the playoffs last year.
Where: AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
When: 7:30pm CT/ 8:30pm ET
How: League Pass | KENS | KTXA | WOAI | KESN
The San Antonio Spurs are 13 - 1. Yep, you read that right. They are riding a 12 game winning streak, and they are doing so with a new, fast-paced style of play. The Mavericks have just come off of two key wins, but they were hard-fought. If they have any hope of avenging their loss(es) last season, they'll have to adjust to the new-look Spurs.
If you haven't already, check out the conversation between MMB and PtR here. And maybe stop by Pounding the Rock to see what they're saying. Otherwise, just jump the jump for some links!
AND GO MAVS!!!!
Mavericks-Spurs Preview - Nov. 25, 2010 - NBA - CBSSports.com
The San Antonio Spurs look like a much-improved team with the best start in franchise history as they ride a 12-game win streak. They were already good enough last season to eliminate the Dallas Mavericks.
Inside Report: Mavericks-Spurs preview -- Sparring with the Spurs
Earl K. Sneed previews the Mavericks' return to the AT&T Center, the place where the team's 2009-10 season ended. The Mavs put their three-game winning streak up against the Spurs, winners of 12 straight.
Vocal newcomer Tyson Chandler helps bring Mavs closer together
Part of becoming an elite team is thinking like one. A big step toward having that mentality is being a good teammate – a role reached only when you are genuinely rooting for your teammate while you are on the bench and he is taking some of your playing time.
So far, so good for the Mavericks this season
We tried a little different look to the newsletter this week, with the Thanksgiving Day holiday. Eddie Sefko has the day off, so we figured we'd do a quick review of the season. Happy Thanksgiving!
Should Thunder, Mavs be division rivals? - Dallas Mavericks Blog - ESPN Dallas
OKLAHOMA CITY -- After the Dallas Mavericks slipped past the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday, Jason Terry noted that he's excited to play the Oklahoma City Thunder because some of the OKC players have talked up this matchup as something of a rivalry.