Dirk Nowitzki

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NBA Finals Game 3 Thoughts With Jordan Schultz

the Huffington Post writer talks about the NBA finals, coaching selections, and more…


Game 2: Mavs 95, Heat 93

Rich Lord’s Notes After Mavs Win Game 2

After everything I’ve been saying and writing about, “The Perfect Storm,” the Miami Heat squandered a 15-point lead over the final 6:20 and dropped a 95-93 decision to the Dallas Mavericks.


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Blinebury: ‘If Given New Players McHale Can Succeed’

Fran Blinebury from NBA.com talks about the new Rockets coach, NBA Finals and is Dirk on the same level as Bird

SportsRadio 610–06/03/2011

Game 1 Of The Finals May Have Underwhelmed, But Those Mavs Aren’t Done Yet

It’s a lazy story line and now that game 1 is over and done with and the Heat have struck first blood with a 92-84 win over the Mavericks, we can move on past the […]


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Thunder Can Blame Youth For Trailing In Series Against Mavs

People were already saying that the Thunder needed to switch their starting rotation, that their simply wasn’t enough offense on the floor outside of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, and, of course, that they were too young. Then Game 4 started.


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Nowitzki Could Go Off Again

There were four key performances to the Mavericks game 1 victory over the Thunder. Three of them were fantastic and one of them was terrible. Dirk Nowitzki had one of the best playoff shooting performances of all time.


Portland Trail Blazers v Dallas Mavericks - Game One

NBA Playoffs: Mavericks vs. Blazers

Game 1: Mavericks 89, Blazers 81