dennis smith jr.

dunk of the week

NBA Dunk of the Week: Dennis Smith, Jr.'s Showtime Dunk Was a Beautiful Snowflake

The Mavericks rookie had, by far, the best dunk of the week. It was certainly better than that Danuel House, Jr. "Dunk of the Year Candidate" trash.
Corbin Smith

NBA Dunk of the Week: 'Fly Like an Eagle' Is the Quintessential Dunk Song

Dallas Mavericks rookie Dennis Smith Jr.'s smooth and soulful dunk against the Knicks on Friday night struck a chord.
Corbin Smith
the outlet pass

The Outlet Pass: The Luxury Tax is the NBA Trade Deadline's Worst Enemy

Also, Justise Winslow's sad stagnation, Blake Griffin's instant chemistry with Andre Drummond, Khris Middleton's mid-range inferno, and more.
Michael Pina

The Dallas Mavericks Are Built to Exceed Expectations

Nobody thinks the Mavericks can make the playoffs this season. Here's why they may be wrong.
Michael Pina

The NBA's Promising Rookie Point Guard Class Has Starred at Summer League

NBA Draft lottery picks Lonzo Ball, De'Aaron Fox, Donovan Mitchell, and Dennis Smith Jr. all impressed during the Las Vegas Summer league.
Adam Mares
horned up tweets

Kissing Tittiess or Slangin Wood: Which Unearthed Tweet is Best?

When Mitch Trubisky was drafted by the Bears, Internet sleuths found a gem of an old, forgotten tweet. The sleuths hit Dennis Smith, Jr. last night and he's got one to rival it.
Sean Newell
NBA draft

Dennis Smith Jr. will be the Best Player in the 2017 NBA Draft

The North Carolina State point guard had an up-and-down freshman year, but is athletic and talented enough to separate himself from the other great players in this class
Michael Pina
n.c. state

Salty Grayson Allen the Cherry on Top of NC State's First Win at Duke Since 1995

Wolfpack freshman Dennis Smith, Jr. capped it off with a thunderous dunk (that did not count).
Joseph Flynn

Dennis Smith Jr. Is Back from Injury, and N.C. State and the NBA Are Next

When the incoming N.C. State point guard and possible 2017 NBA draft pick tore his ACL last summer, he cried in his hospital room. But the injury isn't the basketball career-killer it once was.
Sam Vecenie