HoopsHype Jae Crowder rumors

May 30, 2014 Updates

Along with Nowitzki, who took over for Mike Modano as the host of the event a couple years back, an assortment of sports celebrities will be on hand for the game, presented by Baylor Medical Center, including: Dallas Mavericks Monta Ellis, Devin Harris, Jae Crowder, Bernard James, Shane Larkin and Ricky Ledo, plus head coach Rick Carlisle and general manager Donnie Nelson; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant; the Dallas Stars' Tyler Seguin; former Texas Rangers great Michael Young; former Dallas Mav Jason Terry; the Houston Rockets Chandler Parsons and MLB All-Star Vernon Wells. Dallas Morning News

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Jae Crowder and rookie first-round pick Shane Larkin of the Dallas Mavericks will play at least one more game for the team's NBA Development League affiliate. Crowder and Larkin were reassigned to the Texas Legends for a game Saturday night against the Los Angeles D-Fenders in the Dallas suburb of Frisco. Both played Thursday night in the D-League, with Crowder recording a triple-double. Crowder has started eight games for the Mavericks this season but played sparingly or not at all in the past four outings. USA Today Sports

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The Dallas Mavericks have assigned Jae Crowder, Shane Larkin and Bernard James to the NBA Development League for a likely one-game stay and have recalled Ricky Ledo. All three regulars on the Dallas roster were set to be available for a home game Thursday night for the team's D-League affiliate in suburban Frisco. The Mavericks play at home Friday night against Chicago. USA Today Sports

November 8, 2013 Updates

He and the Thunder’s Russell Westbrook each got technical fouls late in the game when Crowder took offense to Westbrook’s bravado. “He threw the ball at me,” Crowder said. “I didn’t like that at all. It was disrespectful.” Crowder added that the game got overly physical, but that’s something the Mavericks have come to expect from games against the Thunder. “I’m not surprised it went that route because those guys talk a lot of smack, and it can get under your skin,” he said. Dallas Morning News

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So inquiring minds want to know: how'd he do it? "You kick it up a notch when you work out," he said. "And you watch your diet. Me personally, I took out bread and I took out grease foods. I drink water. I don't drink any caffeine drinks. I stay away from all the sweet drinks and drink water as much as possible." And, of course, dietary luxuries had to go. Beer is one thing that packs on the calories. "I cut that out," he said. "Occasionally, I'll have one. But yeah, I cut that out." Dallas Morning News

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Before the trade deadline passed, the Boston Celtics had one final choice to make on the franchise's future: In a three-way deal that would've secured Josh Smith and surrendered Paul Pierce to Dallas, Atlanta wanted Boston's first-round draft pick, too. As much as any of the proposed deals discussed in February, perhaps this had been the closest Pierce had come to parting with the Celtics, sources told Yahoo! Sports. Dallas had constructed a package that included Jae Crowder, Brandan Wright and Dahntay Jones to Atlanta, with the Mavericks and Hawks exchanging positions in the 2013 NBA draft. Yahoo! Sports

January 23, 2013 Updates

But he’s about as intriguing a rookie as the Mavericks have had since Howard, or at least since Beaubois splashed on the scene four years ago. And the kicker is that he wants to be here. Long term. Not just for this season or next. But he sees himself as a Maverick and, if we will have him, a transplanted Texan. All of that is dependent on him proving he deserves to be here, of course. “I really want to make this my home,” said Crowder, who is operating on a two-year contract. “I really enjoy playing for the organization, and I like Texas and Dallas. So that’s one of my biggest goals for now, to try to make this my home. I want to help us win games. I don’t look forward to moving to another team. I want to make this my home for my whole career.” Dallas Morning News

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