Kyrie Irving has put his signing pen to good use lately. Just four days after officially signing his new, three-year $126 million contract with the Dallas Mavericks, the star point guard is now jumping back into the shoe endorsement game after an eight-month hiatus.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban told Frank Isola and Justin Termine on SirusXM NBA Radio that the Mavs traded for Kyrie Irving last season with the intention of him being a long-term piece for the franchise.
On Monday night, the Dallas Mavericks notched their first Summer League victory in a 111-103 comeback win over the Philadelphia 76ers, and rookie big man Dereck Lively II showed flashes of improvement from Saturday’s debut.
The Dallas Mavericks have had a very productive offseason so far, looking to improve after their 11th-place finish in the West. They re-signed Kyrie Irving to a three-year deal, signed and traded for Grant Williams, and brought back Dwight Powell and Seth Curry—the latter coming for his third stint after playing for the Brooklyn Nets.
The Dallas Mavericks should be praised repeatedly for what they’ve done this off-season The Dallas Mavericks have had a fantastic 2023 off-season. It’s worth saying and it’s worth repeating, loudly, if necessary.
As we enter the 10th full day of NBA free agency, the Dallas Mavericks have pulled off a handful of move to retool their roster after missing the postseason, including re-signing Kyrie Irving, trading for Grant Williams and adding two first-round NBA Draft talents in Dereck Lively II and O-Max Prosper.
LAS VEGAS — Despite there being much anticipation about the Dallas Mavericks' new rookies playing a lot during their Summer League opener, Dereck Lively II and Olivier-Maxence Prosper were on a minutes restriction.
The Dallas Mavericks are expected to trade Tim Hardaway Jr. this summer, according to NBA insider Marc Stein. The team is also expected to either trade or release JaVale McGee and not re-sign Theo Pinson.
Matisse Thybulle signed a three-year, $33 million offer sheet with the Dallas Mavericks this week in hopes of exiting Portland. However, to his dismay, the Trail Blazers matched the deal, keeping Thybulle in the Pacific Northwest.
The Mavericks have been aggressive this summer, having worked out a three-team trade for Celtics forward Grant Williams and signing Trail Blazers restricted free agent guard Matisse Thybulle to an offer sheet.