• As of May 24, 2022 

Episode: Dallas does more when Luka Doncic does less + what Dallas should do with Jalen Brunson.

Description: In this episode, Ian Kayanja breaks down what has gone wrong for Dallas so far in the Western Conference Finals, as they find themselves down 3-0. He details how the Mavericks are actually a better team when Luka scores less, and what he thinks the Mavs will do with Jalen Brunson this offseason.

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Archived episodes 

Episode from May 16, 2022: The Dallas Mavericks shock the NBA world by beating Phoenix in Game 7.

Description: In this episode, resident Mavericks beat writer, Ian Kayanja, discusses the Dallas Mavericks’ mind-boggling blowout of the Phoenix Suns in Game 7 and explains why Jason Kidd’s coaching got the Mavs to the Western Conference Finals.

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Episode from May 10, 2022: Dallas’ defensive secret + How the Mavs evened the series.

Description: AtoZ Mavs host, Ian Kayanja, talks about the Mavericks defense and how it affected Chris Paul in Game 4. He also dives into how the Mavs can make the Western Conference Finals this postseason.

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Episode from May 3, 2022: Can Dallas’ roster compete with Phoenix? Mavs’ next steps after a loss.

Description: In this episode, AtoZ Mavs’ host, Ian Kayanja, talks through the Mavericks’ game 1 loss to PHX, and where they go, heading into game 2. He also discusses Luka’s postgame comments and what he feels he and the team can do better the rest of the series.

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Related Dallas Mavericks reading

“Down 3-0, Dallas’ small-ball lineup looks doomed.” 
“Mavericks: Dallas lived by the three for one half, and died by it in the next.” 

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