2018 NBA Draft
By trading up for the European phenom, the Mavericks don’t have to worry about fit, talent or potential — they just found their guy.
This makes sense considering just how much basketball he’s played the last few years
It actually happened, but what does it mean for the Mavericks?
Holy hell, the Mavericks drafted Luke Doncic! THAT HAPPENED. In this glorious episode recorded just hours after Doncic’s name was called, Josh Bowe and Kirk Henderson celebrate the Mavericks newfound life and possibilities with the European sensation.
All the best tweets from the Draft from around the internet.
Dallas moves pick #54 to draft a pair of big men late in the second round
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Dallas got the number one player on their board — and a potential heir to Dirk — and we’re all freaking out.
AAAAAAAHHHHHHHH WHAT JUST HAPPENED
Pencils down; it’s finally time. The Mavericks will make their highest draft pick in forever tonight.
The ESPN NBA Insider dropped another clue about the Mavericks’ attempts to snag Luka Dončić.
In a week of madness we will bring you through the other side with your head in tact.
During an ESPN show on Monday night, the ESPN NBA insider said the Mavs have targeted Doncic and are weighing whether they can trade up or get him at five.
Unless some shenanigans happen, the Mavericks will likely be deciding between two prospects with lots of potential but just as many question marks.
Doncic appears to be falling right into the Mavericks outstretched arms.
Miles Bridges surprised many when he returned to school, but enters the lottery a proven commodity.
If the Mavericks go wing with their first round selection, does it make sense to grab a big with pick 33?
The "other" Duke big man flew under the radar a bit but is as well-rounded as any of the draft’s top center prospects
In a positionless, wing-heavy NBA, the Mavericks have a huge hole to fill and Bridges might be the perfect fit
If Luka Dončić gets passed up by a team or two in this month’s draft, the Mavericks could consider trading up to grab him.
Our college diehards debate the two lottery bound forwards who share the same last name.
Most major outlets think Dallas is set on picking one guy.
Big man Mo Bamba’s prospects in the NBA are wide ranging, and it may take time to watch it play out.
The Missouri product is perhaps the draft’s biggest boom or bust prospect. Is he too risky to take at 5, though?
Our draft aficionados continue their lengthy discussion about options for the 33rd pick