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Monta Ellis says it's still Dirk's team - Dirk Nowitzki (F) Dallas Mavericks

Monta Ellis said the Mavericks are still Dirk Nowitzki's team.

Mavericks to open in San Antonio

The Dallas Mavericks are expected to start the 2014-15 NBA season at the same place where last season ended. Though the league schedule changed many times in recent weeks, the Mavericks apparently will open on a huge stage, playing in …
Pounding The Rock Aug 4, 2014

NBA virtual 1-on-1 Tournament: Dirk Nowitzki vs John Wall

An offensive mastermind takes on one of the fastest players in the league. The next matchup in the 1-on-1 Summer Showdown is between savvy veteran Dirk Nowitzki and speedy John Wall. The Rules It is a half court game in which the scoring increments are 1 point for everything inside the arc, and 2 points for everything outside the arc. So long-distance bombers will do well in our tourney.  The higher seed stars off with the ball and the first player to 11 points wins. The possession switches every time the ball is scored, and your votes determine the winner. Dirk Nowitzki (4th...

Dirk Nowitzki documentary in the works

Get a sneak peak at a German-produced documentary about Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki, featuring comments from Kobe Bryant and Marc Stein.
Mavs Moneyball Jul 30, 2014

The invisible 2011 Finals opponent: Dirk Nowitzki's sick game

Dirk fought against more than just the Heat to get to his Championship. He had to fight himself, too. American Airlines Center was a weird place to be June 7, 2011. Dirk Nowitzki was struggling -- not just having a bad game, but having one of his worst games ever. It wasn't that he was missing shots. They weren't coming close. He was slow. He looked visibly tired. The Mavericks were down 2-1 to Miami in The Finals, and all signs pointed to a Heat parade if Dwyane Wade and Co. could walk away up 3-1 heading into Game 5. Wade could certainly smell blood. He was one of only three players...
Mavs Moneyball Jul 30, 2014
Shepherding Greatness: Rick Carlisle in 2010-11

Shepherding Greatness: Rick Carlisle in 2010-11

An assembly of veteran talent needed a brilliant coach to guide them to the championship. What was the most amazing part to of the 2010-2011 season? Jason Terry getting a trophy tattoo before the season was nuts, upon reflection (or, not even upon reflection, really). Dirk Nowitzki going bananas was fun, but not unexpected. Tyson Chandler forcing the team to forge a defensive identity was what the Mavericks hoped when they brought him to Dallas on the last year of his deal. But looking back, Rick Carlisle's masterful coaching performance remains the most amazing and underrated part of...

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