NBA Podcast catching up with Dallas Mavericks of years gone by. #MFFL
Episode 46 - Bill Curley (2000)
Former Maverick Bill Curley joins us for this episode. While only with the Mavericks for a matter of weeks in the fall of 2000, Bill looks back on a memorable basketball journey in this episode, reminiscing on his time at Boston College, his rookie year in the NBA, fighting through various injuries, and his time in Dallas. Thanks for listening, I hope you enjoy this episode. #MFFL
Episode 45 - Dave Barnett - Former Radio Voice of the Mavericks (1981-1988)
Former radio voice of the Mavericks, Dave Barnett joins us for this episode. Dave became the voice of the Mavs in 1981 at just 23 years of age, and provided radio play by play for the team for 7 seasons through the 1988 Western Conference playoff run. Dave looks back fondly on his time with the Mavs in this episode, going into specific detail about the 1984 "Moody Madness" game, as well as some of his favorite games and players from those early Maverick teams. Thanks for listening, I hope you enjoy the episode.
Episode 44 - Greg Smith (2014-2015)
This episode features former Maverick Greg Smith. Looking back on his time with the Mavs, Greg talks about the Mavs successful start early that season, the impacts of the Rajon Rondo trade on and off the court, some memories of Dirk Nowitzki, and more. Today, he's continuing his professional career in Puerto Rico. Thanks for listening. #MFFL
Episode 43 - Dale Ellis (1983-1986)
Former Dallas Maverick and NBA All Star Dale Ellis joins us for this episode. Dale never got a fair chance to showcase his abilties in Dallas, but went on to become an explosive scorer and one of the NBA's all time best 3 point shooters after his time with the Mavs. In this episode Dale talks about his time with the Mavs, his relationship with Dick Motta, becoming the "Pizza Man" the the Reunion Rowdies, and more. Thanks for listening, I hope you enjoy the episode.
Episode 42 - Joe Hassett (1980)
This episode features former Maverick, Joe Hassett. Joe was a member of the Mavs' inaugural team in 1980, making the franchise's first three pointer ever. In addition to his time in Dallas, Joe was also a member of the NBA Champion Seattle Supersonics in 1979, Thanks for listening, I hope you enjoy the episode. #MFFL
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If you’re a Mavericks fan or even just a fan of the NBA, I highly recommend getting into this. It’s brought back great memories as well as taught me a lot of new things about the players I’ve followed for years. Mike does a great job and you can tell he is a huge Mavericks fan. It’s also obvious that he does his homework and is ready to go before each interview. Keep up the great work Mike! MFFL
Mike does a great job of getting in depth with former Mavericks. I love the history and experience that come out in the stories and look forward to more.