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Why it’s a good thing the Mavs are underdogs

We all know what happened this offseason with all the changes that have been made by the roster. While all these changes have brought much excitement to the city of Dallas, outside of the metroplex the perception remains the same. 717 more words

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Dirk Nowitzki

Three players have scored over 2,000 points, grabbed over 600 rebounds and shot over 90-percent from the free throw line in NBA history: Kevin Durant, Larry Bird and Dirk Nowitzki. 1,069 more words

Mark Cuban: Mavericks care about chemistry – not like those Rockets

Daryl Morey, in a bout of confusion over Dwight Howard’s free agency last summer, called a bitter Mark Cuban about trading for Dirk Nowitzki.

Of course, Dallas said no, and Howard actually signed with Houston. 366 more words

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Kevin Love on being a stretch big: "I always looked at number 41, that's Dirk Nowitzki."

Kevin Love held a press conference with the Cleveland Cavaliers media on Tuesday and Dirk Nowitzki was brought up during the discussion on the value of stretch bigs. 430 more words

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How much did the Mavs improve each position?

In recent years, the Dallas Mavericks’ summers have seen numerous roster revamps, and this off-season has proven to be no different. After kicking the summer off with an unexpected trade, Dallas managed to sign several under-the-radar bench players via free agency, a starting point guard, and one very promising small forward. 2,171 more words

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Kobe Bryant says elite players like LeBron, himself are underpaid. He's right.

Kobe Bryant is right.

But it’s also an argument that’s hard to win.

I’ve heard estimates from people around the Lakers that Kobe likely generates $70 million for the team when you consider the seats and suites he fills, with the sponsors that come to the Lakers because they want to be associated with him and the team he plays for. 394 more words

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Dallas Mavericks 2011 Championship Team: Where Are They Now? (Pt. I)

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The Dallas Mavericks won their first and only NBA title so far under coach Rick Carlisle in 2011. Since then, only Finals MVP Dirk Nowitzki and center Tyson Chandler are the only Mavericks out of 15 remaining from their championship roster. 452 more words

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