ESPN Dallas "Monta Ellis and Jose Calderon are now part of the new core for Dallas. Mavs owner Mark Cuban made that so by giving them multiyear contracts going into the 2013-14 season. It’s established that they were part of the problem when it came to Dallas’ issues on the defensive end of the floor. Veteran..." June 04
Jose said he plays to plan with the Spanish National Team this summer. He's also expecting a baby boy in the next few weeks.
ESPN.com "Mavericks point guard Jose Calderon suffered a broken nose in the second half of Game 6 on Friday against the San Antonio Spurs. The injury occurred when Calderon was defending Tony Parker's drive to the basket with 8 minutes, 35 seconds left in the third quarter. As Calderon leaned in to go..." May 03
Detroit Free Press "Jose Calderon says he was in contact with the Pistons over the first four days of last summer’s free-agency period. But with no offer on the table from the Pistons, the veteran point guard said he had to take a four-year deal from Dallas in July. He suspects they were waiting on forward Josh..." January 27
Dallas Morning News "Point guard Jose Calderon had a scary moment early in Saturday’s game when Eric Bledsoe inadvertently kneed Calderon right on the tail bone. “He came up and said he was sorry,” Calderon said. “It was pretty painful, but it’ll be OK.” Calderon hit the floor and was clearly in agony. But he..." December 23
Rick Carlisle says Jose Calderon is again a game-time decision on the second night of a back-to-back after returning from the ankle injury.
ESPN Dallas "Point guard Jose Calderon limped noticeably as he left the American Airlines Center after the Dallas Mavericks’ win over the Charlotte Bobcats on Tuesday night. After a one-game absence due to a bone bruise in his right ankle, Calderon returned to Dallas’ starting lineup and played 33..." December 04
Jose Calderon is back in the starting lineup tonight vs Bobcats.
Jose Calderon is active for the Mavs tonight, but that doesn't necessarily means he plays. Dallas has enough injuries to cover inactives.
Rick Carlisle says Jose Calderon (right ankle bone bruise) will likely be game-time decision Tuesday vs. Charlotte.
RC says Calderon has a bone bruise in rt ankle. Says there's a chance he could play
Jose Calderon is having a lot of trouble putting weight on that right ankle in the locker room. It's heavily wrapped.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Jose Calderon must have left his shooting stroke back overseas. In his two games thus far for the Dallas Mavericks, Calderon is a miserable 1-of-15 from the field, including just 1-of-8 from three-point range. He also has produced as many points (five) as turnovers (five). During Friday's..." November 02
Coach Rick Carlisle told reporters today that Jose Calderon (hamstring) will be active and will start in tomorrow's game against Charlotte.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "They improved a bit in their second preseason game Wednesday when they held on to defeat the Memphis Grizzlies 95-90. But the Dallas Mavericks’ offense won’t start running like a well-oiled machine until Jose Calderon starts running the show. Calderon missed the first two preseason games and..." October 11
Per Rick Carlisle Jose Calderon (strained left hamstring) will miss the next two preseason games and then be re-evaluated.
Pro Basketball Talk "Jose Calderon was one of the free agent pickups by the Mavericks that lets you know they have no interest in rebuilding and after missing the playoffs for the first time in 13 years last season are trying to get back as soon as possible. Calderon is a productive point guard but he’s also an..." October 06
Per Rick Carlisle @DallasMavs PG Jose Calderon's hamstring became tight and he was held out of some of today's practice.
Dallas Morning News "Since the millennium changed the Mavericks have been blessed with smart point guards. They did their jobs differently. Steve Nash was a little more shoot-first pass-later. Jason Kidd was the ultimate coach on the floor. And Devin Harris during his time developed into a dependable playmaker and..." September 17
ESPN Dallas "When speaking to ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM’s Galloway and Company back in late July Mark Cuban vehemently denounced naysayers of Dirk Nowitzki who said that the Mavs forward's time as an elite player was done. The doubters have fuel based on the fact that Nowitzki had his lowest scoring average since..." August 19
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Agreed ... the free agent additions by your Dallas Mavericks are about as exciting as boring and dull. No Dwight Howard and no Chris Paul = zzzz. And while you are probably crushed the team isn't tanking it in a deliberate attempt to win the lottery and land Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins, we..." July 17
Detroit News "ose Calderon turned out to be a one-year rental for the Pistons after all, agreeing to a four-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks. Calderon turned down overtures from the Sacramento Kings to accept a four-year, $29 million deal with a Dallas Mavericks team that’s trying to reload on the fly..." July 06
Detroit News "The Pistons have kept an open door with current and former players, and will explore those options next week with Jose Calderon, Will Bynum and Chauncey Billups. Calderon turned down a contract from the Sacramento Kings earlier Thursday, citing concerns about a long-term rebuilding project,..." July 05
Free agent Jose Calderon passed on chance to sign w/ Kings, clearing way for Sacramento to complete 3-way deal w/ Pelicans, sources tell Y!
FWIW, was just told FA pg Jose Calderon has interest in LAL, but is waiting to see if DH re-signs. Teams, FA's, & fans waiting for decision
Andre Drummond (ankle) a game-time decision for Pistons home finale Monday. Jose Calderon (triceps) won't play.
No Jose Calderon again tonight for Pistons .. Triceps still an issue
No Calderon (right arm) out tomorrow vs. Cavs
Looks like no @josemcalderon8 tonight but Will Bynum expected back. BK and Stuckey to start
Calderon with some sort of tendon injury to right arm. LFrank says he couldn't shoot when open on last-minute possession down 3
USA Today "Jose Calderon and his wife, Ana, took a look at the Pistons' second-half schedule, and they came to the same realization. With 14 road games versus only eight home games over the final two months of the season, Calderon was going to be on the road a lot. So after Ana and their two children..." March 31
NBA.com "The last time Joe Dumars made an in-season trade for a high-profile veteran on an expiring contract he intended to pursue in free agency, it was 2004. The player was Rasheed Wallace and the best sales tool Joe D had at his disposal was the NBA championship run on which the Goin’ to Work Pistons..." March 24
Detroit Bad Boys "While the untrained eye might have looked at the big Rudy Gay trade as a salary cap saving move for the Detroit Pistons. Detroit traded Tayshaun Prince's long-term deal and Austin Daye to Memphis and got Jose Calderon's big $10 million expiring contract in return. Joe Dumars and other front..." February 20
Detroit Free Press "There probably will be several contenders for most memorable sight from the Pistons when we look back on this season. The leader in the clubhouse is Tayshaun Prince, in street clothes, sitting in the Bankers Life Fieldhouse visitors locker room a few short hours after he had been traded from..." February 17
Detroit Free Press "It was early in the first quarter of Monday night's loss to the New Orleans Hornets when Brandon Knight found himself in the clear for an easy lay-up. Out of the corner of his eye he saw Greg Monroe, hustling down the floor to become available for a pass or get in position for the offensive..." February 15
Detroit News "Jose Manuel Calderon yearns for the pain. The anguish that's become synonymous with long NBA playoff runs has eluded the 31-year-old veteran—courtesy of playing in the NBA's version of Siberia in Toronto for eight years. The quiet but intense competitor has felt the ache of failure, sitting..." February 15
Raptors HQ "As we've been doing the past while, today marks another "SB Nation theme day" across our collection of basketball blogs. One problem. Today's theme is NBA All-Stars and well...yeah, our blog represents the Toronto Raptors. Could an argument be made for Toronto to send someone? Well, I..." January 23
Sacramento Bee "Acquiring Kyle Lowry didn't come cheap for the Toronto Raptors. The Raptors parted with a first-round draft pick to acquire Lowry from the Houston Rockets. Most teams don't part with first-round picks for backups. Lowry, naturally, began the season as Toronto's starting point guard ahead of..." January 06
Cleveland Plain Dealer "The Weakness: Backup Point Guard The Cavs currently have two point guards on the roster: Kyrie Irving and Donald Sloan. Irving is one of the best young point guards in the league, no doubt, but those of you who weren't paying very close attention at the end of last season may not even..." July 04
Toronto Sun "As the end draws nearer and as the evaluation comes to its conclusion, the point hasn't been lost on Dwane Casey. Eventually, Casey and the team's upper brass will have to sit down and take a hard, long look at the Raptors' situation at point guard. To hear Casey tell it, no decision will be..." April 18
Toronto Sun "Things sure have changed since Jeremy Lin hit one of the most memorable game-winners in Air Canada Centre history last month. The Knicks have gone from winners, to losers, to winners again, but at the expense of former head coach Mike D'Antoni, who has been replaced on an interim basis by Mike..." March 20
Toronto Sun "Jose Calderon, not Kobe Bryant, was the best player on the Air Canada Centre floor on Sunday. Though Bryant led his Los Angeles Lakers to victory with some clutch plays, Calderon scored a career-high 30 points (on 13-for-18 shooting) in a brilliant effort. The outburst was not a shock to two..." February 13
Toronto Star "Everything is compressed in this odd NBA season, including the voting for all-star starting lineups. Less than two weeks after the regular season began, and less than eight weeks before the actually game, the league unveiled the ballot Wednesday afternoon and there were no Toronto..." January 05
Toronto Star "Dwane Casey says he's not 100 per cent sure who'll be the Raptors starting point guard when the rapid-fire NBA season begins at Christmas, but it doesn't take a soothsayer to see between the lines the coach has drawn. In Jerryd Bayless, he has a young, quick guard capable of changing the tempo..." December 15
Toronto Sun "Bryan Colangelo has taken more than a few shots for his penchant for European-based players, but in a lockout-shortened season, that affinity for non-North Americans might just turn out to be an advantage. Case in point were two of the first four arrivals in Toronto, Andrea Bargnani and Jose..." December 05
Toronto Sun "A weekend without Andrea Bargnani and Jose Calderon didn't turn out to be the death spiral some would have expected for the Raptors without the team's leading scorer and it's primary distributor. Not that the Raptors weren't already mathematically done for the year, but instead of an..." April 04
Toronto Sun "Jose Calderon is definitely a glass half full kind of guy. So even with a potential lockout of its players by the NBA within four months, Calderon remains cautiously optimistic. The day after the NFLPA made the bold move to decertify its union and the league responded by locking its players..." March 13
Toronto Sun "All things considered, and given their season-long struggles, a 2-2 homestand is an accomplishment worth celebrating. In the big picture, it's not going to mean much when Toronto's lost season is finally put to rest, but quality wins to begin and end this four-game stretch showed how much..." March 02