The summer is coming to an end, and we had some winners and took some L’s.
The Noel news generated a lot of talk around the league. Here’s a roundup of what people are saying.
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Noel is betting on himself and taking a 1-year deal to get a max next season, and everything about it is bad.
After the latest rumor dropped, it’s impossible to ignore the silence in the Noel negotiations.
Dallas is on the right path now, but it’s hard not to think about how the twilight of Dirk Nowitzki’s career could have gone.
While it’s been a quiet offseason, the small moves Dallas has made offer an intriguing look to their future.
Dallas still hasn’t signed its self-designated top off-season priority yet, and it’s making everyone a bit thirsty.
The Mavs have been very quiet lately, but what if that changes before this season’s trade deadline?
Mark Cuban and Co. add another player for fall training camp.
Dallas has some young, talented players on it’s roster, but they will need to make other moves to have a shot a playoff spot in the daunted Western Conference.
Although he may not make the final roster, Dallas has apparently seen something in the former Colorado State star to give him a chance.
Dallas waived Nicolas Brussino this week, opening up a spot for a Summer League standout or cheap veteran.
It looks like Dallas has decided to move on from Brussino, opening the door for a new prospect to join the roster.
This summer’s market has dealt Noel a bad hand. That could be both good and bad for Dallas going forward.
The Mavs stole Nerlens Noel from Philly last season. Could they make a similar type of trade with another team this summer?
Dallas is content with saving cap space for next summer, a plan that has never gone wrong for the Mavs before.
What is the future of the league after the recent superstar shift?
There are free agents left on the market that are worth taking a flier on.
This should be a quiet off-season for Dallas, which is a welcome change of pace.
After the Nets opted out of his contract, K.J. McDaniels could be the athletic back-up wing the Mavs need.
McLemore has untapped potential that Rick Carlisle would love to get his hands on.
The Mavericks still have some roster holes, but don’t expect fireworks this summer.
NBA Free Agency doesn’t even officially begin until July 1, and deals are already flying around.
Dirk might play until he’s 50 at this point