Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Barring a last-minute, unforeseen setback, Brandan Wright will make his season debut for the Dallas Mavericks Saturday night when they host the Milwaukee Bucks at American Airlines Center. Wright has been sidelined since suffering a small fracture of his left shoulder during an Oct. 8 practice...." December 14
Mavericks forward Brandan Wright (shoulder) could make his season-debut as early as Saturday versus Milwaukee, a source said.
Brandan Wright: "I've been shooting, you guys just didn't know about it." Wright says he's eying a return to practice next week.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "After what occurred against the Indiana Pacers on Friday night, Brandan Wright's value to the Dallas Mavericks just increased twofold. Wright is the backup to starting center Samuel Dalembert. But Wright is out indefinitely with a small, non-displaced fracture of his left shoulder after..." October 27
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Rick Carlisle wasn’t trying to be insensitive. But the Dallas Mavericks coach knows Brandan Wright’s injury which will keep him sidelined indefinitely means more opportunities for Samuel Dalembert Bernard James Fab Melo DeJuan Blair and Renaldo Balkman. Wright suffered a small nondisplaced..." October 12
Sporting News "Mavericks backup center Brandan Wright is out indefinitely after injuring his left shoulder in practice. The team said he sustained a small fracture Tuesday but will not need surgery. He will be evaluated weekly and there is no timetable for his return. The 6-10 Wright re-signed with Dallas..." October 11
Dallas Morning News "Brandan Wright has agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with the Mavericks, according to NBA.com’s David Aldridge. Wright’s agent, Jim Tanner, told Aldridge that the deal comes with an additional $1.1 million in incentives. Wright, 24, averaged a career-best 8.5 points and 4.1 rebounds last..." July 23
It's a virtual certainty Brandan Wright returns to Mavs. Sides discussing deal in $4M per year range. Might be 2-year deal.
Dallas Morning News "This week, Brandan Wright will play in his 50th game of the season, surpassing the most he’s played in any of his four previous seasons, which doesn’t include the one he missed entirely because of injury in 2009-10. His level of play is at an all-time high, too, which brings up the question of..." March 17