Rick Carlisle was not pleased at all with Dallas' effort following Tuesday's 103-99 loss to Toronto, and he implied after the game that if the effort from the guys doesn't change, the roster will.
Rick Carlisle has reportedly finalized a five-year, $35 million extension to remain as the head coach of the Dallas Mavericks.
The Dallas Mavericks are nearing an extension with head coach Rick Carlisle.
Mavs' GM Donnie Nelson said that their opportunities of moving up in the 2015 NBA draft are "minimal."
The Mavs have added Melvin Hunt and Eduardo Najera as assistant coaches.
The Mavs are reportedly in "serious talks" to hire former Nuggets coach Melvin Hunt as an assistant coach on Rick Carlisle's staff.
Mavs president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson said that they would like current head coach Rick Carisle to be their Jerry Sloan.
Coach Rick Carlisle said that his players will have "moderate to normal" minutes against the Blazers on Wednesday.
Coach Rick Carlisle said he has a plan in place to rest players in the final four games, but he will not reveal it.
Rick Carlisle blasted his Mavericks team for not playing hard on a consistent basis.
Coach Rick Carlisle said he would rather "kick their ass" rather than have coach Gregg Popovich retire from coaching the Spurs.
The Mavericks used a strength-in-numbers approach to find success during the 2013-14 season.
Rick Carlisle was unhappy with his team's defense during Wednesday's game, and said that "everything is in play" as he looks to correct the problem.
The Mavericks are parting ways with recently-hired GM Gersson Rosas, according to ESPN.com.