The Dallas Mavericks’ season is about to start, and before we start living and dying with every bounce of the ball, let’s have a laugh. Below are some of your favorite Mavericks’ off court activities, some fun memes, and a Lakers legend giving a Mavericks legend some shooting advice.
Kristaps Porzingis, Josh Green, Jalen Brunson, and Boban Marjanovic got in some hoops at Boban’s house. Brunson didn’t appreciate how young he looked:
Mark Cuban was the guest picker on College GameDay when it came to town for the Red River Showdown at the State Fair. Cuban stared down the OU student section and showed no fear in picking the Longhorns:
Mark Cuban didn't care that he was in the Oklahoma section pic.twitter.com/7JzdMnwyOI— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) October 9, 2021
Cuban had no shortage of antics at the Cotton Bowl. He definitely favored the Longhorns, which makes sense, his market skews Texan. But I wonder if he would be a little more diplomatic if the Oklahoma City Thunder were still in Seattle and the state of Oklahoma was filled with MFFLs.
You would have to be living under a rock to have not seen the picture. You know the one. The one with Jason Kidd and the shirt. Well, the website Korked Bats ran with the joke and made it bigger. Literally. Check out a thread that becomes completely unhinged:
For every 25 likes this gets, we'll make Jason Kidd's collar bigger pic.twitter.com/RLKAbbw9T7— Korked Bats (@korkedbats) October 7, 2021
For the sneaker heads—Luka Doncic went sneaker shopping with Complex. There’s talk about hopefully ending up with a signature shoe in the future:
Ted Lasso is over, so you probably need some new heartwarming content. Well, the NBA has you covered. Here’s Kareem Abdul-Jabar giving Dirk Nowitzki some tips on his hook shot:
And speaking of Dirk, Richaun Holmes just gave Mavericks fans another reason to covet him. The man definitely knows his basketball history:
In my opinion Dirk won the toughest ring out of all superstars in 2011…wat y’all think?— Richaun Holmes (@Rich_Holmes22) August 8, 2021