Former NBA All-Star Michael Finley is putting his front-office career on hold in hopes of extending his playing career, according to sources with knowledge of his plans.
After drawing interest from a few top contenders, including the NBA's new champions in Boston, Michael Finley has elected to re-sign with the San Antonio Spurs.
Jason Terry made a poor decision, but the Mavs are still confident they can topple the champs.
Michael Finley tells Marc Stein that he knew his Dallas days were numbered but that he's landed on his feet in San An.
Two-time all-star Michael Finley has decided to play for the Spurs. Finley told ESPN.com's Marc Stein that San Antonio provides the best opportunity to play for an NBA championship.
Free agent swingman Michael Finley has invited potential employers to make their pitch in person, but a decision is not expected until next week.
Michael Finley is on the open market and Marc Stein breaks down the five teams that are most likely to add him to their team.
Forward Brian Grant, who was released by the Los Angeles Lakers, is on the verge of signing a two-year deal with the Phoenix Suns.
The new "Allan Houston Rule" promised to put some big names on the open market, but most NBA teams won't be taking advantage.
Dirk Nowitzki is expected to have a breakthrough season. But he might not be the best player in this camp.
For the first time in the Nellieball era, strange as it sounds, offense is a bigger concern for the Mavs than defense.
Doug Christie or Anthony Peeler must fill the void left by ailing sixth man Bobby Jackson every game now.
Dallas is counting on Michael Finley to score first and pass second. Just like old times.