He did not play in the second half and it was unclear whether he knew about the pending trade while sitting on the Mavs' bench.
For LeBron James, it was a COLD move and he took to Instagram to put the Mavs on blast for it.
The one thing LeBron is missing is that this is a fan-driven league.
"But I just want this narrative to start to get REAL/CHANGE and not when a player wants to be traded or leaves a Franchise that he's a selfish/ungrateful player but when they trade you, release, waive, cut etc etc it's best for them!" James is at the forefront of turning the National Basketball Association into a league where transactions are player-driven, but players still face criticism for trying to use that power. "Just call a (spade) a (spade)!" he wrote.
Part of the reason for James' frustration could be the backlash against Davis, after he requested a trade from the New Orleans Pelicans.
During the game itself Luka Doncic scored 19 points in his third triple-double, he is the first teenager with multiple triple-doubles in a single season.
Those conversations have followed the 34-year-old throughout his career, from signing with the Miami Heat as a free agent in 2010 to his perceived role orchestrating fellow Klutch Sports client Anthony Davis' recent trade request to the Lakers.
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As Barnes was shown sitting on the bench on the game's telecast, some Internet sleuths were trying to pinpoint the moment when he learned that he was no longer a member of the team whose uniform he was wearing.
Barnes is no sure bet to opt-in next season. Calling Barnes "a special guy", Carlisle said, "I'm proud of all the growth he experienced here".
The Mavericks now have $13.1 million in room to use at the trade deadline or up until June 30.
With Barnes off the books, Dallas can get close to having a max salary spot available this summer.
The Dallas Mavericks got in on the frenzy of trade action on February 6.