Rick Carlisle

2017-2018 Southwest Division Projections

X-San Antonio Spurs 61-21 (2) There is consistency and then there is what the San Antonio Spurs have been able to accomplish. Since the Spurs joined the NBA in 1976, only four seasons have gone by where they have not reached the playoffs, and in each of the last 20 campaigns they've been postseason bound. [...]

2016-2017 Southwest Division Projections

X-San Antonio Spurs 63-19 (2) Last season saw the San Antonio Spurs win 67 games, but they were a team that most people were not talking about since the Golden State Warriors set an NBA single-season record for victories with 73. The Spurs were poised for another title run until they ran into the Oklahoma [...]

Finally Getting Ahead

The past few summers haven't been kind to the Dallas Mavericks on the topic of free agency or upgrading their roster. After winning the NBA Championship in 2011, the Mavericks have been seeking to once again find that championship formula which has seen them focus on free agency. The prime example of the Mavericks struggles [...]

2015-2016 Southwest Division Projections

Y-San Antonio Spurs 62-20 (1) (l-r) Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, TIm Duncan The dawn of a new NBA season is upon us, but it's same standard of excellence for the San Antonio Spurs. Each of the last 18 seasons have seen the Spurs make the NBA Playoffs and they've done damage when they [...]

A Common Sense Move For The Nets

The Brooklyn Nets have released point guard Deron Williams which could pave the way for him to join the Dallas Mavericks. Williams has played in the NBA for ten years with nearly five of those seasons being spent with the Brooklyn Nets. In 2012, the Nets signed Williams to a lucrative five-year deal that was [...]

Back To The Drawing Board For The Mavericks

After taking the eventual NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs to the brink of elimination last spring in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, there was a bit of optimism this season for the Dallas Mavericks. The Mavericks began the season as a veteran team and with the signing of small forward Chandler Parsons and [...]

Time For Rondo To Check His Ego

Rajon Rondo It is no secret that throughout his NBA career, point guard Rajon Rondo has been a handful for opponents and on his head coaches as well. During his time with the Boston Celtics, Rondo would clash with former head coach Doc Rivers over his attitude and his inability to stay within [...]

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A Balanced Attack Is Fueling The Mavericks

In June 2011, things were good for the Dallas Mavericks. After years of climbing the mountain, the Mavericks finally gravitated to the summit by winning their first NBA Championship in franchise history, but the celebration wouldn't last very long. The Mavericks were the ultimate victim of the NBA's impending lockout as they lost key players [...]

2014-2015 Southwest Division Projections

X-San Antonio Spurs 58-24 (1) The San Antonio Spurs walked off of the floor at the 2013 NBA Finals with an unusual feeling as they didn't claim the NBA Championship. The Spurs however didn't take the time to wallow in their pity as they laced up their sneakers and came back with a vengeance last [...]