2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
33-49, 3rd in Southwest
Woj: Lakers, Mavs, Knicks interested in Kemba (0:45)
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Retirement weighing on Dirk: 'Eating everything'

Dirk Nowitzki, looking relaxed and happy after retiring from the Dallas Mavericks after 21 seasons, said it's been "everything I dreamed of, drinking, eating everything in sight."

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Cuban: 'Happier' when Lakers are 'screwed up'

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, speaking Wednesday at the Social Innovation Summit, talked with ESPN about the current state of the Lakers, saying with a grin, "The more screwed up they are, the happier I am."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

J.J. Barea hopes to play for Puerto Rico in the World Cup, which begins Aug. 31, less than eight months after he ruptured his right Achilles' tendon. "The way I feel right now, it looks pretty good," Barea told ESPN. "But I'm not going to make a decision until it gets closer."

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Top 5 picks make up NBA All-Rookie first team

For the first time since the 1984-85 season, the top five selections in the NBA draft made up the NBA's All-Rookie first team that was announced Tuesday.

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Nowitzki honored by Texas governor, lawmakers

Retired Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki has been honored by Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas lawmakers for his outstanding 21-year career with the same NBA team.

Here's how Zion would look on some lottery teams (0:54)
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Mavs' Hardaway has surgery for stress fracture

Mavericks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. has undergone surgery for a stress fracture in his lower left leg and is expected to resume basketball activities before the start of training camp in September.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Hardaway Jr. underwent surgery to address a stress injury to his left tibia, the Mavericks announced. He is expected to resume basketball activities before training camp.

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MacLeod, Suns' all-time wins leader, dies at 81

John MacLeod, the winningest coach in Suns history, died Sunday, the team announced. MacLeod, 81, also coached the Mavericks and Knicks. In the college ranks, he was the head coach at both Oklahoma and Notre Dame.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

When asked about it, Knicks coach David Fizdale acknowledged in an interview with The Michael Kay Show that he was ‘really surprised' when Kristaps Porzingis informed the franchise he wanted to leave in late January.

Hollins: 'Luka has the it factor' (2:00)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Dirk Nowitzki: "It's been a long season here this year, tough one with my ankle, so I'm kind of glad it came to an end. But also bittersweet, of course. You know, they always say an athlete dies twice. It's tough. It's tough to let something go that you love so much, that you've been doing basically your entire life, something that you lived and breathed for basically over 20 years. So it's going to be tough for a few months, maybe years, but I tried to enjoy the heck out of the 21 years."

Dirk has emotional NBA finale (2:33)
Dirk hits final shot of NBA career (0:50)
Dirk leaks out to the corner for a jumper (0:15)
Dirk nails a 3 from 28-feet away (0:19)
DeRozan takes Dirk to the hole (0:15)
Dirk makes the double-clutch floater (0:16)
Dirk brought to tears after Spurs' intro (0:40)

Team Stats

Points Per Game108.921st
Rebounds Per Game45.316th
Assists Per Game23.422nd
Points Allowed110.113th

Team History