2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
18-40, 5th in Southwest
Is it time to focus more on Cuban? (2:01)
Mavericks investigating allegations of inappropriate conduct (1:50)
Stephen A.: Openly tanking a bad look for NBA owners (1:45)

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Mark Cuban has declined ESPN's request for an interview on the sexual harassment scandal in the Mavericks organization. "We are sticking with the statement exclusively."

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Report: Ex-Mavs CEO accused of misconduct

The Mavericks notified the NBA about misconduct allegations against former team president Terdema Ussery and said they have hired outside counsel to conduct an independent investigation into the claims.

Cuban's tanking comments an issue for NBA? (2:18)
Should Cuban be transparent about Mavs tanking? (2:17)

Mini-pod: All-Star Day 2

Kevin Pelton, Kaileigh Brandt and Dave McMenamin give a quick take on Day 2 of All-Star Weekend.

Smith changes hands on 360 dunk (0:47)
Mitchell lobs near half-court alley-oop to Smith (0:15)
Smith feeds Collins on alley-oop (0:19)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Rick Carlisle on Don Carter, the Mavericks' co-founder and original owner who died this week at the age of 84: "Visionary, philanthropist, father figure, gentleman, kind soul, reluctant icon and trusted friend. Of course, there are many other appropriate adjectives to describe this giant of a humble man who so positively impacted the lives of so many of us in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. For me, Don Carter became a close friend, trusted advisor and surrogate father over the past several years. Mr. Carter would text me after virtually every game with constant words of hope, fact and encouragement. Even after west coast games that ended far into the night Dallas time, he was a constant -- ‘Boys fought hard tonight.' ‘Referees weren't very good to us tonight.' ‘Couldn't see the game tonight, but looked like we were in it.' ‘Great overtime win for you and the boys congrats!' ‘I listened to the game tonight! We didn't come out on top, but Mavs fans saw some good basketball.' ‘Not bad for short-handed!' ‘Welcome home.' And on and on. Mr. Carter was the rarest of rare gems. The Carlisle family is eternally grateful to have had the opportunity to get to know Don and Linda Jo Carter. Our hearts go out to Linda and the entire Carter family during this most difficult time. It would be impossible to put into words how much we will miss him."


ESPN Los Angeles ESPN 

Who is Brandon Ingram most excited to play with & against tonight in the Rising Stars Game?

Rising Stars Challenge preview: Overlooked rookies to watch (2:18)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Don Carter, the co-founder and original owner of the Dallas Mavericks, died Wednesday at the age of 84. "The entire Mavs family is heartbroken by the loss of Mr. Carter," Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said in a statement. "Along with his wife Mrs. Carter, they have been our guiding lights for the organization since its founding in 1980. To say he will be missed does not do justice to just how important Mr. C has been to the Dallas Mavericks and the City of Dallas. Our condolences go out to Mrs. Carter and the entire Carter family."

Randolph leads Kings to win against Mavericks (0:52)
Powell finishes alley-oop with ease (0:20)
Rockets soar past Mavericks (1:16)
Mavericks' dunks get momentum going at end of half (0:18)

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.126th
Rebounds Per Game40.627th
Assists Per Game22.518th
Points Allowed104.410th

Team History