Nobody thinks the Mavericks can make the playoffs this season. Here's why they may be wrong.
In this VICE Sports Q&A, Dallas Mavericks' Harrison Barnes talks about adjusting to his new team and what it's like to be around Dirk Nowitzki all the time.
Xabi's not too shabby. But Ribery? Stick with the feet.
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For the rest of the world, the scariest part is that this team hasn't even reached its full potential.
NBA free agency is about to begin. As the league's salary cap explodes, here's an analytic look at the players who will end up providing the most and least bang for the buck.
Harrison Barnes has tantalizing talent, but he also just had a demoralizing NBA Playoffs. He's still going to get paid this offseason, but things have changed.
Harrison Barnes has been more of a prospect than a productive player for most of his life in basketball. He's been a champion, and is about to be rich, despite that.
We daresay it's "magical."
The Golden State Warriors' spate of injuries this season may help them in the long term, by allowing bench players to blossom and the coaching staff to tinker with lineups.
Last year, the Warriors became the rare NBA champions that everyone enjoyed. Now, they're embracing the role that was always theirs—vengeful supervillains.