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    @MavsFansForLife: BREAKING: #Mavs select Dennis Smith Jr. (@Dennis4Smith) with the 9th pick in the #NBADraft. https://t.co/tYqfuH3T1a

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    @fishsports: .@mcuban sledgehammer & the #Mavs rebuilding era has its signature symbolic moment: https://t.co/nJT7attewu

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    @fishsports: .@Dennis4Smith - 'The #Mavs can expect to get a PG who's trying to win every game. Not selfish at all. Not caring about sta…

  • @fishsports: I'm told #Mavs suddenly have even more competition for #TWolves pick at No. 7. Lots of competition.

  • @PostinsPostcard: #Mavs say DSJ is a "building block" Here's why they must be right #MFFL #MavsDraft17 #NBADraft @fishsports https://t.c

  • @fishsports: .@mcuban w a more-than-ceremonious demolition of #Mavs locker room @1053thefan https://t.co/Gh05tXJlYH

  • @fishsports: From a #Mavs perspective? If this goes down, there goes No. 7 and there goes Rubio. https://t.co/2QwwkPiySo

  • @fishsports: #Mavs took Porzingis trade talk seriously enuf to make offer to #Knicks https://t.co/5z75L1aCFH .. Does another team have e…

  • @fishsports: #Mavs source: @DennisSmithJr 'has some Russell Westbrook-like potential.' HUGE optimism for scoring PG picked at 9 #NBADraft

  • @fishsports: Among the #Mavs Draft Room clappers, hi-5'ers and chest-bumpers after DSJ pick: @swish41 https://t.co/ndD1kbdXhF

  • @fishsports: #Mavs have 'gotten tons of offers for No. 9,' @mcuban says. https://t.co/fkEPdErkM0

  • @fishsports: BREAKING: #Mavs call #Knicks to explore trade for #Porzingis .. full story coming to https://t.co/NVriu87nsW https://t.co/O…

  • @fishsports: .@mcuban says 'We're trying to wheel & deal.' But then adds 'We'll pick at 9.' #NBADraft #Mavs https://t.co/UAkrL1VbGD

  • @fishsports: #Mavs source: We were 'blown away' by athleticism of DSJ in invite-only workout @1053thefan https://t.co/lhQ4su7eyq

  • @RotodenDAL: Rick Carlisle on new #Mavs @Dennis4Smith #MavsDraft17 #NBAdraft2017 #ROTODEN https://t.co/lpbPwbLE7f

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Knicks look overseas for help with No 8 pick

    Phil Jackson again looked overseas for the answer to the New York Knicks' woes. The Knicks president selected Frank Ntilikina with the No. 8 pick Thursday night in the NBA draft, hoping to pair the athletic French guard with frustrated Latvian big man Kristaps Porzingis as New York's team looks to end years of futility. New York had several point guards to choose from, including North Carolina State's Dennis Smith Jr., selected ninth overall by the Dallas Mavericks, and Kentucky's Malik Monk, taken 11th by the Charlotte Hornets.
    23 Jun @ 2PM

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  • 2017 NBA Draft Pick 9 Instant Analysis: Dennis Smith Jr.

    The Dallas Mavericks select Dennis Smith Jr. with the ninth pick in the 2017 NBA draft and the NBATV crew breaks down his game.
    23 Jun @ 4AM

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  • Malik Monk felt best vibes from Dallas, Orlando leading up to draft

    NBA draft prospect Malik Monk shares some of the questions the Dallas Mavericks and Orlando Magic asked him.
    22 Jun @ 12AM

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  • Dirk Nowitzki to serve as a captain in NBA Africa Game

    Dirk Nowitzki, the career scoring leader among international players, will be one of the captains for the NBA's Africa Game on Aug. 5. The league and the National Basketball Players Association announced Monday that the Dallas Mavericks star will be a co-captain of Team World along with Charlotte Hornets All-Star Kemba Walker. Team Africa will be captained by the Lakers' Luol Deng, who is from the South Sudan, and Atlanta's Thabo Sefolosha, whose father is from South Africa.
    19 Jun @ 9PM

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  • Basket - NBA: Deng, Sefolosha, Nowitzki among NBA Africa captains

    - Britain's Luol Deng, Swiss star Thabo Sefolosha, Germany's Dirk Nowitzki and American Kemba Walker will serve as captains for the NBA Africa Game 2017, organizers announced. The matchup between Team World and Team Africa, the NBA's second game in the
    19 Jun @ 9PM

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  • Report: N.C. State’s Dennis Smith Jr. schedules pre-draft visit with Celtics

    North Carolina State point guard Dennis Smith Jr. has scheduled a pre-draft visit with the Celtics, Ian Begley of ESPN reported. The Celtics have the No. 1 pick Thursday night and are expected to take University of Washington guard Markelle Fultz, with whom they met last week.  Smith Jr., projected to be the No. 9 pick and go to the Dallas Mavericks in CSN Celtics Insider A. Sherrod Blakey’s latest mock draft, has met with, or worked out for, the Lakers, Magic, Knicks and Timberwolves. 
    17 Jun @ 9AM

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  • 'There’s no such thing as failure': Mark Cuban offers his best advice for new grads

    The Dallas Mavericks owner recently discussed his thoughts on failure in an interview with Arianna Huffington for Thrive Global's podcast. Cuban's best advice for college grads today is to get out there, take risks, and make a ton of mistakes. Because you're in the most flexible phase of your professional development, Cuban said now is the time to fail and learn from it.
    14 Jun @ 4PM

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  • The e-mail, workout and sleep habits of highly successful billionaire Mark Cuban

    Tech billionaire Mark Cuban says he conducts business almost exclusively via email. In a recent episode of The Thrive Global Podcast, host Arianna Huffington asked Cuban if the constant flood of unanswered emails ever leaves him feeling overwhelmed.
    13 Jun @ 6AM

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  • Mavs' Barnes Leads Basketball Camp With Former DPD Chief Brown

    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Mavericks forward Harrison Barnes and former Dallas Police Chief David Brown are using the basketball court to teach important life lessons to at-risk youth. Over 150 at-risk youth took part in a basketball camp on Saturday led by Mavericks’ Barnes and with Brown as a special guest. “This is not just a basketball camp. This is showing people in this community that you care,” said former Police Chief Brown. Another goal of the camp was to build relationships between the children and law enforcement. The camp was hosted by the Dallas Police Athletic League and included children ranging from eight to 18 years old.
    12 Jun @ 11PM

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  • Mark Cuban's a big fan of obstacle courses. Here's why.

    Well, Rob Dickens and Brad Scudder, the founders of extreme obstacle course event company Rugged Races, are betting you'll want to! And if the company's current success is any indication, you won't be alone. Investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban's interest in Rugged Races was first piqued in Shark Tank's fifth season when the founders made their initial pitch. Growth is so explosive that Rugged Races eventually moved to a new HQ and hired on 20 additional staffers.
    3 Jun @ 4AM

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