Jordan Brodess was based in Chicago when he joined Mavs Moneyball in 2017, with a focus on covering the NBA Draft — a perfect blend of his interests in college basketball and the draft process. Since then his coverage for the site has expanded, and he’s relocated back to DFW. Outside of Moneyball he works in corporate events and as an actor.
The Mavericks have turned a corner on this season, and have the opportunity to be a threat for the playoffs.
The Mavericks had a solid February, and their star duo are becoming a lethal combination.
The team picked up where they left off Thursday, continuing to impress
After adding two more pieces to the roster puzzle the Mavericks carry some momentum into the All-Star break.
The Mavericks made some deft moves at the trade deadline, but now have given up most of their draft capital. Is that too much?
The Mavericks have closed in on a primary trade target to find a starting forward.
The team has dipped of late, but are fighting for any sense of continuity.
When the Mavericks have been healthy they have the look of a legitimate team. The only problem is they’re never healthy.
Doncic looks to be headed to Indianapolis, and may have a teammate along with him.