Mike Quintero | January 24th, 2019
After a drama-filled week for the Dallas Mavericks‘ fans, Dennis Smith Jr. checked back in for the first time in five games last night against the Clippers. As few had predicited, DSJ didnt miss a beat in his return, going for 17 PTS, 8 REB, and 4 AST. Although reports have suggested tenison has been high in the locker room, Smith Jr. showed no evidence to validate those beliefs, orchestrating the Dallas offense with regularity. Head coach Rick Carlisle had high praise for the 21-year-old upon his return: ”I thought he was great, just really tremendous, and everything we needed: speed, attacking, shot-making, a couple of amazing assists,” Carlisle said. ”It has been tough for him, being away from his teammates, and he played one of his best games since he has been here.”
Mike Quintero | December 24th, 2018
Coming off a week in which The Cowboys were shutout against Luck and The Colts, the boys in blue took advantage of a second opportunity to seal an NFC East Title, taking down Tampa Bay 27-20 Sunday in Arlington.
Mike Quintero | November 14th, 2018
Do you remember where were you on June 21, 2018? I do. I was pinned somewhere between delirium and hilarity after hearing the Dallas Mavericks just selected Trae Young 5th overall in the NBA Draft. Initially, I questioned everything: Why would The Mavs take first round Point Guards in back-to-back drafts? Why would we waste such a valuable pick? Why am I a Dallas Mavericks fan?
Mike Quintero | September 30th, 2018
The Cowboys’ offense has not looked good through three weeks of the season. Losing Dez Bryant and Jason Witten hurt and the O-line is banged up, but there may be an underlying issue with America’s Team that no one is addressing.