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Nowitzki still working with Mavs in trouble against Rockets

DALLAS (AP) As usual, Dirk Nowitzki stayed on the practice court long after the rest of the Dallas players, shooting jumper after jumper on a day between first-round playoff games against Houston. Never mind that the Mavericks trailed 3-0 in the series. The 7-foot German was coming off a fourth quarter like so many others in 14 trips to the postseason, scoring 16 of his 34 points...
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Mavericks’ Rick Carlisle tapes mouth shut to avoid fine

Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle was fined $25,000 by the NBA over the weekend for his comments about the officiating in Dallas’ Game 3 loss to the Houston Rockets. But after the Mavericks 121-109 win in Game 4, Carlisle taped his mouth shut to keep himself out of trouble. “Are you asking me a question about the officiating? I brought something just for that,” Carlisle...
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Dirk Nowitzki's Waterloo

Is Dirk Still Seven Feet Tall?Tonight's Mavs - Rockets Game Two was all kinds of fascinating and enter- taining, but on the off chance that you didn't see it, let's get into the grist.The story is that Rajon Rondo more or less looked like he didn't want to be there tonight, and the team more or less gave him a DNP-CD in the second half. This led to a long discussion post-game in...
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Watch a frustrated Dirk Nowitzki hilariously battle a microphone

Mavericks superstar Dirk Nowitzki didn't only face off against the Rockets on Saturday. He had to take on a microphone after the game, as well. After Dallas' 118-108 loss to Houston in Game 1 of the teams' first-round playoff series, Nowitzki met with the media. Over the course of the Q&A session, though, the power forward kept thinking that his hand-held microphone was off....
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Poor Microphone Took A Beating From Dirk Nowitzki Over The Weekend

Dirk Nowitzki must have been frustrated after his Dallas Mavericks lost to the Houston Rockets on Saturday by a score of 118-108. The forward kept on hitting his microphone, even tossing it aside in disgust at one point, even though the battered mic was in perfect working order. Dirk’s ire was made all the more Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Dirk Nowitzki Fired Up Four-Point Play

Dirk Nowitzki was the lone bright spot in the Dallas Mavericks Game 1 loss to the Rockets. The veteran big man scored 24 points, grabbed eight rebounds and fell just three points shy of passing Dwyane Wade for 17th on the all-time postseason scoring list. He also hit this beautiful rainbow three with contact for a four-point play. The post Dirk Nowitzki Fired Up Four-Point Play...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Shaun Livingston told Dirk Nowitzki his package is ‘impressive’ for a white guy

If you watched Saturday’s game between the Golden State Warriors and Dallas Mavericks, you would have seen Dirk Nowitzki get drilled where the sun don’t shine by an opposing player. That player was Warriors guard Shaun Livingston, and he apparently paid Dirk a compliment after what appeared to be a blatant cheap shot. On Monday,...Read More
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Dirk Nowitzki delivers great quote about Steve Nash’s retirement, says he was ‘slow’ and ‘white’

Steve Nash announced his retirement over the weekend, and former teammate Dirk Nowitzki recently weighed in about it. He and Nash played for the Mavericks and spent six seasons together. The two were a formidable duo and had great chemistry together. Had the Mavericks not let Nash test the free-agent market and depart for Phoenix in 2004—which Mark Cuban said was his “biggest...
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March 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Glen Davis drops Dirk Nowitzki with forearm to the face (VIDEO)

Not many NBA players can boast that they’ve ever been able to knock down Dirk Nowitzki. The seven-footer is athletic and also has great balance for someone that tall. But Clippers forward Glen “Big Baby” Davis is pretty big as well. He’s 6’9″ and weighs 289 pounds. When he comes running at full speed, most players would probably be best suited by just getting out of...
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March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Dallas Mavericks gain momentum as the season winds down

There are just about six weeks left in the regular season, and the Dallas Mavericks have a tough schedule ahead of them. After 5 games after the All-Star break, the Mavericks hav three wins under their belt, and that is without a full cast to call upon. The Mavs are still pushing to get a higher seed, but whether or not that can happen depends entirely on the team chemistry leading...
March 04, 2015  |  Discuss

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