Hearing Shane Larkin, Bernard James and Jae Crowder will all make one-game cameo tonight with D-League's @TexasLegends in home game vs. LA
Dallas Morning News "The Dallas Mavericks on Sunday re-called rookie Shane Larkin from the D-League’s Texas Legends. The Legends home in Frisco enabled Larkin to play one game — scoring nine points and dishing seven assists in 33 minutes Saturday against Rio Grand Valley — sleep in his own bed and return to..." February 03
Dallas Morning News "Anybody who saw the Mavericks’ momentum-shifting, hope-inducing 103-99 win over Golden State on Wednesday no doubt recognized Shane Larkin’s speedball court-length drive in less than 3.9 seconds as a pivotal moment in the game. He would have had to slow down to be a blur. That play, more than..." November 29
Dallas Morning News "When Rick Carlisle gives thanks on this special day, his blessing is going to last awhile. If he starts with Dirk Nowitzki – and after Wednesday’s 103-99 victory over Golden State, he will – he’ll quickly move on to a long list of important players who helped the Mavericks stop their two-game..." November 28
Carlisle cited when playmakers get back, that'll help alleviate the issue with Monta's minutes. Mainly Larkin and Harris.
Dallas Morning News "Rick Carlisle sounded like a love song refrain when he was asked about the rookie Larkin’s possible return in the next week or so. “Closer every day,” he said. “We’re closer than we’ve ever been, but we’re not there yet.” Carlisle didn’t offer a timetable, but Larkin said this week that he’s..." November 16
Dallas Morning News "Shane Larkin was back on the practice court for the Mavericks on Monday with no limitations on his surgically repaired right ankle. “I felt good out there,” he said. “I don’t have my quickness out there yet, but that will come in the next couple days or so. Hopefully in the next couple weeks –..." November 04
Mavs Moneyball "The Mavs rookie has an NBA-ready game, but he may not get a chance to show it this year. Four months after he was drafted, there's still a lot we don't know about Shane Larkin. The Mavs first-round pick broke his ankle in July, an injury that has kept him out of Summer League and all of the..." October 26
Fox Sports Southwest "Mavs rookie Shane Larkin will soon get the chance to prove he's a quick NBA point guard. But for now the promising prospect is hoping to establish that he's a quick healer. Mavs owner Mark Cuban tells DallasBasketball.com and FOXSportsSouthwest.com that Larkin could be ready to participate at..." September 28
Hearing our friend @ShaneLarkin plans to be ready to roll when the Mavs open training camp. Great news.