Age: 33 Height: 6-5 Weight: 200 lbs School: Western Kentucky
Caption Close DALLAS — Courtney Lee reached the NBA Finals as a Magic rookie, but has been in the playoffs just in four of his next nine seasons, falling short in each of his past two seasons (along with both seasons when he played for the Rockets) and advancing past the first-round just once since his
The New York Knicks sent shockwaves around the NBA last week when they traded Kristaps Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks. The deal that sent the young Latvian star to Dallas helped free their books of Tim Hardaway Jr. and Courtney Lee's contracts, further proving their desire to sign not one, but
Dallas fans are about to get their first look at the Mavericks' revamped squad -- well, all of it except the 7-foot-3 grand prize of last week's blockbuster trade -- when All-Star Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Hornets come to town on Wednesday night. Kristaps Porzingis, acquired by Dallas along with Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Courtney Lee from the New York Knicks, isn't expected to suit up for the remainder of the season, Mavs owner Mark Cuban has said. Mavs fans are going to have to wait until next season to see Porzingis team up with his former European league counterpart, NBA Rookie of the Year front-runner Luka Doncic.
A former Michigan backcourt was reunited in New York last year when Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. were signed. Hardaway and Burke went to Dallas in a huge trade. Knicks moved Kritstaps Porzingis and Courtney Lee were also sent to Dallas on this week for Dennis Smith Jr., two distant first-round picks and the expiring contracts of DeAndre Jordan and Wesley Matthews.
Marc Stein, NBA insider for The New York Times, recently joined 1310 AM/96.7 FM The Ticket's Hardline to discuss the blockbuster trade that sent power forward Kristaps Porzingis from the New York Knicks to the Dallas Mavericks. Click below to enjoy the full interview with Stein. On the shock value