Kind of funny in a deja vu way that Cuban and the Mavs are the "victims" here, because it reminds me of how pissed Cuban was back when he let Derek Fisher out of his contract on "humanitarian" grounds and then ended up feeling like he got played. Cuban at least would probably consider that a prior example of a player going back on his word. (Very different circumstamces, obviously.) Edited by lawyerdad - 7/8/15 at 11:25pm
1 Parker, Mills, McCallum
2 D. Green, Ginobili
3. Leonard, Anderson, Reggie Lewis
4. Aldridge, West
5 Duncan, Diaw
great front line players
depth not so much
Are you serious about the lack of depth, or just humblebragging?
That second unit has borderline starters, and will outclass most second units at all positions except SF (they would have if Reggie Lewis wasn't dead ). They can for sure give you a quality 20 minutes and spot injury or rest starts, and that's more than enough
the Clips, DeAndre, and Mavs thing played out like a romantic comedy written by Mindy Kailing.
best line of the event.
personally, I'm glad he changed his mind. i think the clips had great chemistry last y ear, even with the bickering. by all accounts he's not a dummy, though he is very sensitive (one supposed reason for his free throws -- he does well in practice but anxiety in games).
and best of all -- a thumb in the eye to cuban.
I heard a random news clip last that he has a lawsuit pending against Apple for the increased size of the iPhone 6 having caused him tendinitis and tennis elbow from having to stretch further to type the keys… and apparently one of the coaches also had this "injury". I haven't checked this out but I heard it on LA radio last night.