January 2, 2014 |
Clippers tonight AT DALLAS When: 5:30 PST. Where: American Airlines Center. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 980. Records: Clippers 22-12, Mavericks 19-13. Record vs. Mavericks (2012-13): 2-1. Update: The Clippers start a back-to-back against the resurgent Mavericks, who have become playoff contenders again thanks to the one-two punch of veteran Dirk Nowitzki (20.9 points per game) and newcomer Monta Ellis (20.4 ppg.). The Clippers play at San Antonio on Saturday night.
April 7, 2010
Ducks tonight AT DALLAS When: 5:30 PDT. Where: American Airlines Center. On the air: TV: Ch. 56; Radio: http://www.anaheimducks.com (web streaming). Records: Ducks 38-31-10, Stars, 35-31-14. Record vs. Stars: 2-3-0. Update: Six Ducks are not on this two-game trip, two because of injury: Lubomir Visnovsky (broken hand) and Ryan Getzlaf (ankle sprain). Visnovsky broke his hand during the third period against the Kings in Tuesday night's loss, which eliminated the Ducks from the playoffs.
March 13, 2011
Kings today AT DALLAS When: Noon. Where: American Airlines Center. On the air: TV: FS West; Radio: 1150. Records: Kings 38-25-5, Stars 37-23-8. Record vs. Stars: 2-1-1. Update: Both teams are battling to stay in the top eight in the ever-so-tight West standings, with Dallas holding a one-point lead over the Kings. This is the third stop in a four-game trip for the Kings, and so far they have been dominant, especially on defense, beating Detroit 2-1 and then Columbus 4-2 Friday night behind Anze Kopitar's hat trick and Jonathan Bernier's netminding.
December 2, 2013 |
Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the past week: + The San Jose Sharks didn't gain much ground during a 5-0-0 homestand because the Kings and Ducks each earned a loser point in shootouts. "Back in the day, teams would be out by Christmas. With the point system now, teams are in it all year long," Sharks defenseman Dan Boyle said. "On the other side of that, teams like ourselves, L.A., and Anaheim are playing well - and Phoenix - and have created no separation.
June 3, 2011 |
Reporting from Dallas — The Miami Heat has experienced turbulence so often this season that it only seems fitting that any championship flight include at least one final jolt on the way to the team's desired destination. So although the sting of Thursday night's blown 15-point fourth-quarter lead to the Dallas Mavericks in a 95-93 loss that tied the best-of-seven NBA Finals, 1-1, opened a new wound for the Heat, this also is a team that has shown a continued ability to heal. Right now, it is the only option, with the series shifting to Dallas for the next three games, starting with Game 3 on Sunday at American Airlines Center.