Older Misc News
[Check the Mavs News section for more details and older stuff.]
- 10/23 Signed Josh Green to a 3 year, $41 million contract
extension, making him signed through 26-27.
- 10/21 Converted Dexter Dennis' and Greg Brown's contracts into
2-way contract (joining A.J. Lawson as the 2-way players on the roster).
- 10/20 Luka Doncic (strained left calf) and Jaden Hardy (sprained
ankle did not play in the Detroit pre-season game.
- 10/20 Released Tony Bradley.
- 10/19 Signed Tony Bradley to a training camp contract.
- 10/17 Released Taze Moore.
- 10/16 Signed Taze Moore to a training camp contract.
- 10/14 Released Mike Miles, Jordan Walker, and Joe Wieskamp.
- 10/10 Kyrie Irving (sore groin) did not play in the Real Madrid
pre-season game. Luka Doncic only played the first 5 minutes due to
his strained left calf (and only played that as he REALLY wanted to
appear in the game against his first professional team).
- 10/9 Luka Doncic suffered a strained left calf during practice.
- 10/5 Tim Hardaway (sore right hamstring), Mike Miles (ill), and
Derrick Jones (ill) did not play in the first pre-season game vs Minnesota
in Adu Dhabi.
- 9/29 Mavs PR director Scott Tomlin announced that he was leaving
the Mavs to join Dirk Nowitzki's company. Tomlin had been with the Mavs
for the past 20 years including head of PR for the last 4 seasons.
Best of luck, Scott!
- 9/27 Held first training camp practice, with media day on 9/29.
The team got an early training camp start due to having 3 pre-season games
overseas (2 in Abu Dhabi and 1 in Spain).
- 9/22 Signed Dexter Dennis to a non-guaranteed contract.
- 9/16 Re-signed Markieff Morris to a 1 year, $3.2 million contract.
- 9/7 Dallas free agent Christian Wood sign a 2 year, $5.7 million
contract with the LA Lakers.
- 8/29 Releaesd JaVale McGee.
- 8/18 Signed free agent Derrick Jones Jr. to a 1 year,
minimum contract [it is guaranteed for the full season].
- 8/14 signed Greg Brown, Jordan Walker, and Joe Wieskamp to training
- 8/12 The NBA released the 2023-24 season schedule.
- 8/12 Dirk Nowitzki was enshrined to the Basketball Hall of Fame in
Sprintfield, Mass. Steve Nash and Jason Kidd presented Nowitzki for
enshrinement (Dirk said that he wanted to be 3 and also asked Don Nelson,
but Nelson could not make it). [I was there, it was AWESOME! DIRK!!!! ]
- 7/17 Dallas signed 1st round draft pick (#24) Olivier-Maxence
Prosper to a 4 year, $13.87 million rookie contract. [First round draft
picks have a set salary range based on their draft pick number.]
- Mavs 2023 Summer
League rostre and boxscores
- 7/14 Dallas signed Mikes Mile to a 2-way contract.
- 7/14 Dallas signed Brooklyn free agent Seth Curry to a 2 year, $8
million contract with the 2nd year at the team's option.
- 7/14 Dallas signed free agent Dante Exum to a 1 year conttract.
Exum had played overseas the past 2 seasons.
- 7/12 TRADE: In a sign-and-trade and 3-team trade, Dallas traded
Reggie Bullock and a 2030 2nd round draft pick and received Grant
Williams, a 2025 2nd round draft pick (SA) and a 2028 2nd round draft
pick; Boston traded Grant Williams and received a 2024 2nd round draft
pick (SA), a 2030 2nd round draft pick (Dal), and the right to swap 2nd
round draft picks with Dallas in 2025; and San Antonio traded 2nd round
draft picks in 2024, 2025, and 2028 and received Reggie Bullock and the
right to swap 1st round draft picks with Dallas in 2030.
Williams was first signed to a 4 year, $54 million contract.
- 7/9 Re-signed free agent Dwight Powell to a 3 year, $12 million
- 7/8 Signed first round draft pick (#12) Dereck Lively to a 4 year,
$22.3 million rookie contract. [First round draft picks have a set salary
range based on their draft pick number.]
- 7/7 Re-signed free agent Kyrie Irving to a 3 year, $126 million
contract with the 3rd year at the player's option.
- 7/6 Dallas made a 3 year, $33 million offer to restricted free
agent Matisse Thybulle, but Portland wasted no time and match the offer.
Thus Thybulle remains with Portland.
- 7/6 TRADE: The draft-day-trade became official: Dallas traded cash to
Sacramento for Richaun Holmes and the draft rights to first round draft
pick (#24) Olivier-Maxence Prosper. Dallas used the trade exception the
obtained in the Sacramento-Bertans trade to make this trade happen.
- 7/6 TRADE: The draft-day-trade became official: Dallas traded Davis
Bertans and the draft rights to first round draft pick (#10) Carson
Wallace to Oklahoma City for the draft rights to first round draft pick
(#12) Dereck Lively.
- 7/5 There is a rumored that Dallas has reached a sign-and-trade
agreement with Boston and Grant Williams for a 4 year, $53 million
contract. The trade can not occur until after the July Moratorium ends
- 7/4 Named Alex Jensen as an assistant coach.
- 7/1 Reportedly reached a 3 year, $12 million contract agreement to
re-sign free agent Dwight Powell. The contract can not be signed until
after the July Moratorium ends July 6.
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