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  1. Jason Terry's All-Star 3-point campaign bricks

    Jeff Caplan

    Jason Terry won't need to get another tattoo. The Mavericks shooting guard said he'd get one that would say he'd win the 3-point contest during All-Star weekend if selected, just as he forecasted Dallas' championship last year when he got a Larry ...

    Blog | February 17, 2012
  2. 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
  3. Halftime: Jason Terry (19) powers Mavs, 53-51

    Jeff Caplan

    MIAMI -- Jason Terry may have just completed the most important half of basketball of his career. He scored 19 points on 8-of-10 shooting to carry the Mavericks and slumping Dirk Nowitzki (1-of-12 FGs) to a 53-51 halftime lead. Dirk shooting 1-of-...

    Blog | June 12, 2011
  4. 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
  5. Dirk Nowitzki leads Mavs to 60-57 lead at half

    Jeff Caplan

    DALLAS -- Jason Terry was right: The Dallas Mavericks have busted out of their shooting slump, hitting for 65.7 percent in the first half. Problem is the Heat are shooting 51.3 percent and creaming the Mavs on the boards. So much has seemed to go ...

    Blog | June 09, 2011
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. Stevenson has unique view of James, D-Wade

    Jeff Caplan

    MIAMI -- The Dallas Mavericks had a couple of miscalculations in Game 1 regarding LeBron James. Most glaring, of course, was being ill-prepared for the King to drape Jason Terry in the fourth quarter. To start the game, the Mavs expected James to be...

    Blog | June 02, 2011
  12. Miami run nullifies Mavs' fast start

    Jeff Caplan

    MIAMI -- The Mavericks were off to a flying and near-flawless start against the juggernaut Heat, but then James Jones, Mario Chalmers and Juwan Howard entered the game and everything tuned upside down. The Mavs' 23-10 lead with 2:39 to go in the q...

    Blog | December 20, 2010