Found February 18, 2013 on
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Seven-foot Dirk Nowitzki posed for a picture with 4-foot-11 U.S. Olympic gold medal gymnast Gabby Douglas at American Airlines Arena Monday for the first ever “Game Changer” event. Douglas was a keynote speaker at the conference which was held at the home at the home of Dirk’s Mavs.
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Not only did Vince Carter see Terrence Ross’ tribute dunk during the Slam Dunk Contest over the weekend, but he was honored and reached out to the Raptors rookie to say ‘thank you’ and ‘congratulations’/
According to ESPN Dallas:
“It was weird, but I was honored,” Carter said Monday. “It was great to see that jersey on the floor in that atmosphere of the dunk contest...
The Celtics have been attracted to O.J. Mayo for some time. Their interest stretches back at least as far as last season, when multiple reports indicated that the team was close to acquiring the then-Grizzlies guard for Ray Allen. When that deal failed to come together, Mayo headed into free agency, where the Celtics were among the teams that explored signing the 6-foot-4 combo guard...
If you’re the type who Tebowed or recorded a ‘Gangnam Style’ parody within the first month of its relevancy, you’re probably in love with the Harlem Shake. The Dallas Mavericks are. So’s anybody with 20 friends, a video camera and a desire for thousands hits. If you’re a sports blogger like, say, Ashley Burns, you’re already so tired of Harlem Shake videos you’re...
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It is official: Roddy Beaubois will never get a legitimate shot to demonstrate his worth in Dallas. After displaying steady progress over his first three seasons, the arrival of Darren Collison via trade last summer has predictably disrupted any opportunity for the Frenchman to establish himself as a regular. Indeed, the underwhelming...
DALLAS (AP) -- With or without Dirk Nowitzki, the Dallas Mavericks have virtually the same record this season -- a losing one.
If they don't start winning at a pace reminiscent of the three 60-win seasons they've had in the Nowitzki era, the Mavericks are likely to miss the playoffs for the first time since the big German's second year in 2000.
But Dallas better be...
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The 1st Annual GameChanger DFW Leadership Summit was held a few days ago at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The one day event featured dynamic speakers including Tebow and Gabby Douglas. As you can see, Tim loves speaking to his fan base.-TO
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