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  1. Will Mavs, Heat chase Chauncey Billups?

    Jeff Caplan

    An amnesty case of the New York Knicks, veteran point guard Chauncey Billups issued a warning to teams under the salary cap that will have first crack to bring him on board: Don't do it. "If I get claimed by a team I don't want to play for, I woul...

    Blog | December 12, 2011
  2. J.J. Barea is biggest little man in Finals

    Jeff Caplan

    DALLAS -- The shortest starting shooting guard in the league is also the Dallas Mavericks' best penetrating point guard. So why not just call him what he was in Thursday's Game 5, a highly effective combo guard. J.J. Barea played the game of his l...

    Blog | June 10, 2011
  3. Slow-starting Heat end up with lead, 31-30

    Jeff Caplan

    DALLAS -- Tyson Chandler had nine of the Dallas Mavericks' 30 points and, somehow, the Miami Heat -- with Dwyane Wade in the trainer's room and LeBron James with only two points -- has a one-point lead after one quarter. Once again, this NBA Final...

    Blog | June 09, 2011
  4. Lineup change expected to stick in Game 5

    Jeff Caplan

    DALLAS -- J.J. Barea and DeShawn Stevenson, the two men involved in the Dallas Mavericks' Game 4 switcheroo, certainly expect it to stick for Thursday's Game 5 against the Miami Heat. "It has to," Stevenson said. "It worked." Stevenson moved fr...

    Blog | June 08, 2011
  5. Defense is fine, but Mavs need jolt of 'O'

    Jeff Caplan

    DALLAS -- The Dallas Mavericks spent the season preaching defense. But, three games into the NBA Finals and trailing the Miami Heat, 2-1, defense is not the problem. The Mavs have held LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and company to an average of 91.0 po...

    Blog | June 07, 2011
  6. Mavs seek control of turnovers, rebounds

    Jeff Caplan

    DALLAS -- More than once Dirk Nowitzki said the Dallas Mavericks got "lucky" in Game 2, stealing off with a 95-93 victory after trailing 88-73 with seven minutes to play. It's hard to argue, at least from the standpoint that the Mavs committed 20 ...

    Blog | June 04, 2011
  7. 2011 NBA Finals: Dirk Nowitzki's left-handed layup rescues Game 2...

    Jeff Caplan

    Dirk Nowitzki's injured left finger, determination rescue Game 2 for Mavs.

    Story | Conversation | June 03, 2011