|Mar. 25 7:58 PM PT8:58 PM MT9:58 PM CT10:58 PM ET2:58 GMT10:58 7:58 PM MST9:58 PM EST6:58 UAE (+1)03:5822:58 ET8:58 PM CT1:58 - Calderon had 22 points and eight assists in a 128-119 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Perhaps most impressively, Calderon did not have a turnover against superstar Russell Westbrook. Calderon returned after chipping a facial bone between his nose and mouth in the first minute on Sunday against Brooklyn.
|Mar. 23 4:50 PM PT5:50 PM MT6:50 PM CT7:50 PM ET23:50 GMT7:50 4:50 PM MST6:50 PM EST3:50 UAE (+1)00:5019:50 ET5:50 PM CT22:50 - Calderon is unlikely to return to Dallas' game against Brooklyn after taking an elbow to the face from Nets center Mason Plumlee. Devin Harris replaced Calderon and hit three shots from 3-point range in the first 6 minutes of the quarter.
Analysis: Calderon took the unintentional shot in the first minute of the game Sunday night. Trainers attended to the Spaniard for a few moments on the court before taking him to the locker room with 11:15 remaining in the first quarter.
|Nov. 30 9:51 PM PT10:51 PM MT11:51 PM CT12:51 AM ET5:51 GMT13:51 10:51 PM MST12:51 AM EST9:51 UAE06:510:51 ET11:51 PM CT3:51 - Calderon scored a team high-tying 16 points Friday before leaving with a sprained ankle in the third quarter.
Analysis: Calderon's status for Saturday is unclear. He is averaging 11.1 points, 4.9 assists and shooting a team-best 47.8 percent from 3-point range (44 of 92).
|Nov. 30 5:05 PM PT6:05 PM MT7:05 PM CT8:05 PM ET1:05 GMT9:05 6:05 PM MST8:05 PM EST5:05 UAE (+1)02:0520:05 ET7:05 PM CT23:05 - Calderon was out of the starting lineup Saturday night with a bone bruise on his right ankle.
Analysis: Coach Rick Carlisle said before the game against Minnesota that Calderon would be a "game-time decision" and was day to day. Calderon was in street clothes on the Dallas bench. Rookie guard Gal Mekel made his first NBA start in Calderon's place.
|July 11 3:15 PM PT4:15 PM MT5:15 PM CT6:15 PM ET22:15 GMT6:15 3:15 PM MST5:15 PM EST2:15 UAE (+1)00:1518:15 ET5:15 PM CT21:15 - The Dallas Mavericks have signed Calderon. The deal was announced on Thursday. Agent Mark Bartelstein said last week the contract was worth $29 million over four seasons.
Analysis: The 6-foot-3 Spaniard led the NBA in 3-point shooting at 46 percent last season. He had spent his entire eight-year career with Toronto before going to Detroit in a three-team deal that included Memphis' Rudy Gay. The 31-year-old Calderon played professionally in Spain for six seasons before coming to the NBA. He has career averages of 10.1 points and 7.2 assists and is a 40 percent shooter from 3-point range.
|July 5 6:53 PM PT7:53 PM MT8:53 PM CT9:53 PM ET1:53 GMT9:53 6:53 PM MST8:53 PM EST5:53 UAE (+1)03:5321:53 ET8:53 PM CT0:53 - A person with knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press that Dallas and Calderon have an agreement on a four-year, $28 million contract.
Analysis: A starting point guard was the top priority for Dallas after the pursuit of Dwight Howard. The Mavericks were among five teams pursuing the free agent center, but owner Mark Cuban said Friday he was told Dallas was out of the running. Calderon spent his first seven years with Toronto before the Raptors traded him to Detroit in January.