Here is the start to the ranking the best "big threes" in the Southwest Division. It starts with the Dallas Mavericks at No. 5.
Five Teams. Five Questions. Its time for a little 5 on 5 in the Southwest Division.
Back in 2011, the Dallas Mavericks had one of the most underrated runs to the NBA championship.
Who are the best newcomers to the Southwest Division this offseason? Let's take a look.
We're a day late, but to make up for it, we brought a friend! This week on Just Press Play, the guys talk about who had the best week in sports, IHOB, and a dictator's toilet (1:00), then the doctor is in the house to let us know what we're missing about hockey, and to assist in our ongoing debate of which athlete is superior (17:50). We hit on Lebron's casts, both supportive and protective, and we have some ideas on how to fix the NBA (34:33). An exotic year, or a once in a lifetime 10 minutes (57:46)? Did Colangelo lose the best job in sports (1:03:36)? And speaking of doctors, the Doc gives us a peek behind the clipboard, letting us in on why it takes so long, what patients do wrong, and how much you can trust a twitter physician (1:10:04). We finish it up, as always, with What We're Listening To.
After going undrafted in the NBA Draft last Thursday, Arizona State's Torian Graham found a home, if only temporarily. The 6'5" guard/forward combo will play for the Mavericks throughout the Las Vegas Summer League, which runs from July 7-17. If Graham can make enough of an impression, Dallas may sign him for the regular season. Although, if they pass on...
The Dallas Mavericks selected Dennis Smith Jr. with the ninth overall pick in the Draft. The Mavericks are getting the extremely athletic point guard from NC State, who should help fill the hole they have at point guard. Smith has been compared to Steve Francis and could have an even higher ceiling. Smith can get to the hoop at will...