|Aug. 18 2:33 PM PT3:33 PM MT4:33 PM CT5:33 PM ET9:33 PM GMT5:33 AM 北京时间2:33 PM MST4:33 PM EST - The Mavericks say they have re-signed free-agent forward Tim Thomas.
Analysis: The 6-foot-10, 230-pound veteran of 13 NBA seasons played in 18 games with the Mavericks last season, including one start, and averaged 7.5 points and 2.3 rebounds per game. He missed the first 11 games of the season because of surgery on his right knee and 41 other games for what the team described as personal reasons. He has averaged 11.5 points and 4.1 rebounds in 824 career NBA games since leaving Villanova.
|Dec. 20 8:36 PM PT9:36 PM MT10:36 PM CT11:36 PM ET4:36 AM GMT12:36 AM 北京时间9:36 PM MST11:36 PM EST - Thomas replaced the injured Dirk Nowitzki in the Mavericks' starting lineup Sunday against Cleveland and did a nice impression with a team-high 22 points in a 102-95 victory.
Analysis: Thomas started for the first time since joining Dallas, and was playing only his 12th game because of injuries. He was 7 of 14 with seven rebounds and two assists. He came in averaging 7.8 points in 16.1 minutes per game.
|Nov. 25 8:52 PM PT9:52 PM MT10:52 PM CT11:52 PM ET4:52 AM GMT12:52 AM 北京时间9:52 PM MST11:52 PM EST - Thomas had a season-high 23 points and the Dallas Mavericks shot 65.5 percent in a 130-99 victory over the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night.
Analysis: Thomas only made his season debut a week ago after offseason knee surgery. He hit 9 of 13 shots, including four 3-pointers, in Houston. "Tim played great,'' Carlisle said. "He brings a playoff mentality to our team, that's evident. He's worked hard to get back to this point, and we're just going to keep bringing him along.''
|Sep. 22 10:25 AM PT11:25 AM MT12:25 PM CT1:25 PM ET5:25 PM GMT1:25 AM 北京时间10:25 AM MST12:25 PM EST - Thomas has had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, according to the Mavericks.
Analysis: The procedure was done Tuesday by the team's orthopedic surgeon, but a timetable has not been set for his return. Thomas was hurt while working out at his home in California. Thomas, a 12-year veteran, signed with Dallas during the summer. He spent time with the Los Angeles Clippers, New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls last season.
|July 29 7:14 AM PT8:14 AM MT9:14 AM CT10:14 AM ET2:14 PM GMT10:14 PM 北京时间7:14 AM MST9:14 AM EST - The Dallas Mavericks have signed Thomas.
Analysis: The 6-foot-10 Thomas, a 12-year veteran, played for the Los Angeles Clippers, New York Knicks and Chicago last season. He averaged 8.5 points and 3.1 rebounds in his 64 games, 36 with the Knicks, 18 with the Bulls and 10 with the Clippers. He played 19 1/2 minutes a game. Thomas has made 946 career 3-pointers, shooting 37 percent from long range in 806 games. He made 41 percent of his 3-point attempts last season.
|July 14 10:57 AM PT11:57 AM MT12:57 PM CT1:57 PM ET5:57 PM GMT1:57 AM 北京时间10:57 AM MST12:57 PM EST - Thomas and the Chicago Bulls have agreed on a contract buyout, ending the veteran's second stint with the Bulls.
Analysis: Thomas was scheduled to make about $6.4 million next season, but the Bulls had no room for him after drafting forwards James Johnson and Taj Gibson last month.
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