2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
40-27, 2nd in Southwest
Porzingis takes a page out of Lomachenko's book (0:19)
2d
3d

The Hoop Collective: Financial Consequences Of The Suspended Season

The suspended season will create major financial implications for the NBA, its players, and free agency, explains Brian Windhorst to Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon. Plus, the crew discusses how the Olympics postponement could affect the 2021 season (30:35) and then the show takes its first listener voicemail.

Can the NBA playoffs compete with the start of the NFL season? (1:20)
6d
Will NBA players get full salaries past April 1? (1:02)
8d
Luka hilariously juggles toilet paper (0:19)
10d
Cuban says he's paying Mavs' arena employees during hiatus (1:35)
10d
How is the NBA gauging its potential return? (0:55)
10d
Silver lays out NBA's timetable to return (1:57)
10d
Woj: NBA teams hoping players stay in their home cities (1:09)
11d
Doncic, Powell post COVID-19 safety tips on Twitter (0:32)
12d
13d

The Hoop Collective: The Night The NBA Stopped And Where The League Goes From Here

What was it like the night the NBA stopped? Brian Windhorst looks back with Royce Young (at the postponed Jazz/Thunder game) and Tim MacMahon (at the final Nuggets/Mavericks game). Then, the guys discuss possible adjustments to the season's calendar (26:19) and why the league is incentivized to finish out the season (36:22).

Dirk calls Williams for help out of the mud (0:18)
13d
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15dArda Ocal

Luka's 50 lead Mavericks past Suns -- on Twitch

The Phoenix Suns are planning to play out their remaining schedule on Twitch. Their maiden voyage did not go so well, however, as they lost to the Dallas Mavericks 150-136.

Woj details doomsday pay provision in CBA (1:15)
16d
Vince Carter's been half man, half amazing throughout his NBA career (1:00)
16d
Mark Cuban optimistic NBA season will resume this summer (1:50)
17d
Cuban's jaw drops when he hears NBA season is suspended (0:20)
17d
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17dTim MacMahon

Cuban stunned by news: 'We have to be smart'

Mark Cuban's initial reaction to the NBA suspending its season was one of disbelief: "This is crazy. This can't be true." The Mavs owner also stressed that his team and the league "have to be smart in how we respond" to the coronavirus pandemic.

Luka goes for 28 points vs. Nuggets (2:01)
17d
17d

Mavs avoid 3-game skid with 113-97 win over Nuggets

Boban Marjanovic had 31 points and 17 rebounds, Luka Doncic scored 28 points and the Dallas Mavericks beat the Denver Nuggets 113-97 on Wednesday night before the suspension of the NBA season because of the coronavirus.

Luka fires up Mavs' bench with dunk (0:16)
17d

Team Stats

Points Per Game116.43rd
Rebounds Per Game47.05th
Assists Per Game24.514th
Points Allowed110.315th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-204027.597
2018-193349.402
2017-182458.293
2016-173349.402
2015-164240.512