Doncic, Cuban, Voulgaris and the Dallas case that now caught up with Nelson

The Nelson last name is an institution in Yankee basketball and the Mavericks. Don served as the head coach and general manager of Dallas from 1997 to 2005, and his son, Donnie, served in the franchise in that same position, along with president of basketball operations, today.

The exit is not just any, since Don’s son left the team after 24 years. Donnie had arrived in 1998 and had served as assistant general manager and assistant coach Rick Carlisle.

The reason for his departure is behind the enigmatic and controversial case that has been impacting the Mavericks a couple of days ago. The specific situation, according to different media in the United States, lies in the differences between Donnie and the director of Development and Quantitative Research, Haralabos Voulgaris.

This character is a former professional poker player and one of the top sports bettors in the universe. Its function is that of analysis and application to the game of data and statistics, and it would have grown so much in the franchise to the point of informing and dealing directly with the owner, Mark Cuban, and the main coach.

Donnie, for his part, was in the Mavericks at the most important time, achieving the only championship that the franchise had in its history, at the same time that he was a crucial part in choosing Dirk Nowitzki and Luka Doncic.


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