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Dirk Nowitzki joined The Jim Rome Podcast and talked about his future in the NBA

NBA superstar Dirk Nowitzki signed a two-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks over the summer, but the 13-time All-Star said on The Jim Rome Podcast that if he has to battle injuries like he did last season, this upcoming 2017-18 could be his last year in the league. 463 more words

2017-2018 Dallas Mavericks Preview: Taking The Next Step Towards The Future

2016-17 Record: 33-49

Players Added:
Dennis Smith Jr. (Draft), Jeff Withey (FA), Josh McRoberts (Trade via MIA), Gian Clavell (FA), Maximilian Kleber (FA), Johnathan Motley (FA, two-way), Brandon Ashley (FA), Maalik Wayns (FA), P.J. 679 more words


Dirk Nowitzki Thinks Loyalty Is A Thing Of The Past In The NBA

In the fallout from the trade sending Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic, Brooklyn’s 2018 first round pick, and a 2020 second rounder to the Cavaliers in exchange for Kyrie Irving going to Boston, there was a lot of discussion about loyalty in the NBA from both players and teams. 540 more words


Dirk Nowitzki's New Nickname Makes Fun Of The Fact That He's Not As Limber As He Used To Be

Dirk Nowitzki isn’t an All-NBA player anymore and, at the age of 39, no one expects him to be. With that said, the future Hall of Fame big man can still play at a high level and he enters yet another season in 2017-2018 as a focal point for the Dallas Mavericks. 228 more words


2017-2018 NBA Preview: Player Rankings 90-81

After kicking off my list yesterday of the top 100 players in the NBA, we continue with part two of a ten part series today. Players 90-81 will be released today. 470 more words


Paul Pierce's Jersey Retirement Ceremony Is The NBA's Hottest Ticket Next Season

Future hall of famer Paul Pierce might make a comeback in the BIG3 but, as of the end of the 2016-2017 NBA season, “The Truth” is officially retired. 288 more words


I never looked at basketball as work. I always enjoyed it as my hobby. I loved it. Once that love is gone, and I’m tired of working out every day and doing all the stuff to get me ready for games, and I’m tired of lifting and conditioning and doing all that other stuff around it, and I’d rather stay in bed, then it’s time to go. – Dirk Nowitzki