As part of Mark Cuban's pitch to Wesley Matthews during free agency, Cuban told Matthews that he wanted him to be a cornerstone piece for the franchise.
Wesley Matthews (Achilles) said the Blazers never made an offer to re-sign him.
Mavericks doctors told Mark Cuban that Wesley Matthews (Achilles) will be ready for the season opener, but Cuban added, "my doctors change their minds."
Mavs head coach Rick Carlisle said that he is unsure when Wesley Matthews will be able to make his regular-season debut, coming off an Achilles injury.
Wesley Matthews said that his Achilles injury will benefit him because it has helped him focus on improving other parts of his body.
Wesley Matthews said that his Achilles continues to show improvement.
Wesley Matthews (Achilles) officially signed a four-year, $70 million contract with the Mavs on Thursday.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban offered to let Wesley Matthews out of his verbal agreement after DeAndre Jordan decided to re-sign with the Clippers.
Wes Matthews is expected to sign with the Mavericks even if DeAndre Jordan ends up back with the Clippers, which seems almost a certainty at this point.
Wesley Matthews said he'll stay with the Mavs regardless of DeAndre Jordan's decision, according to Jason Quick of the Oregonian.
Wesley Matthews has agreed to a four-year deal with the Mavericks.
Wesley Matthews has said he's unlikely to take the Kings' offer of a four-year, $64 million deal, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.com.
Updating a previous item, the Kings are offering Wesley Matthews a four-year, $64 million deal.
The Kings have offered Wes Matthews a three-year deal in the $45 million range, but he prefers the Mavs, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.