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You might think that Mark Cuban is focusing on improving his non-playoff-contending team, the Dallas Mavericks, for the upcoming 2013-14 season. But Mark Cuban is a multitasking visionary, already looking for ways to enhance the 2015-16 squad — with snazzy new uniforms!
The Dallas Mavericks Are Bringing “Omar The Barber” To Their Next Game In Anticipation Of Reaching .500
You might have noticed that some Dallas Mavericks have been growing out their beards this season – not until they climbed back to .500 would they shave, was the plan. Well now they’re one game away, and they’re bringing a barber to their next game against Indiana.
There was actually quite the wide variety of sports on television last night – the World Baseball Classic, where the United States fell to the Dominican Republic, some TNT basketball and tennis! Well, Federer and Nadal, so the only tennis you’d consider watching that’s not a Grand Slam.
What Happened Last Night: Danica Patrick Finished 8th At The Daytona 500, Lakers Edge Out The Mavericks
So, as you might’ve heard, our friends at RotoExperts and your trusty SportsGrid folk are combining forces. Okay, so this might not have happened last night, per se, but we figured we should probably tell some people.
Kobe Overwhelms O.J. Mayo, Sends Laker Bench Into Fit Of Ecstasy, Reminds Us All Of His Essential Kobe-Ness
Kobe Bryant’s guarantee that the Lakers would make the playoffs might have been crazy, but he’s sure doing everything in his power to make sure it comes true. Things like scoring 38 on the Mavs in Dallas, then screwing with Mark Cuban.
What a light Saturday night in the sports world. Only a few NBA games were going, very few of them of consequence to impending playoff picture. There were two worth noting, though: the continuing dominance of the Miami Heat and the Houston Rockets faltering in the struggle for the final playoff spot in the West.
Saturday was a pretty slow night in the sports world. Luckily, it was buoyed by an ultra-rare FIVE OVERTIME game between Notre Dame and Louisville! What?! Yes, that’s FIVE overtimes. Crazy. Oh, also, the Mavericks and Warriors played. Let’s get into it.
How does one deflect the shame of launching a contested and deep two-pointer early in the shot clock? By flailing to grasp an injured ankle, then hobbling around a bit for some theatrical buttressing and quietly slinking into the furthest corner of the basketball court. Vince Carter’s melodramatics were so convincing that Golden State’s Harrison Barnes abandoned his post to double a cutting Elton Brand. Too bad he’s unfamiliar with Carter’s injury-faking ways, because Carter used the momentary defensive lapse to rid himself of pain and sneak backdoor for a huge dunk.