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Dirk Nowitzki married Jessica Olsson on July 20th at his home in the Preston Hollow section of Dallas.
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Dirk Nowitzki has put bachelorhood behind him.
The 34-year-old Dallas Mavericks star forward has married Jessica Olsson. State District Judge Craig Smith said Wednesday that he performed a July 20 wedding at Nowitzki's home in the posh Preston Hollow section of Dallas.
Smith said Nowitzki and his bride are honeymooning somewhere in the Caribbean, where they will go through...
Last month we discussed Mavs Superstar, Dirk Nowitzki’s Kenyan nuptials to Jessica Olsson. Even though reps for the Mavs kept denying the union took place, we now also know that the second ceremony happened last month as well. On July 20th and his home in Dallas, Dirk and Jessica exchanged vows. The service was officiated [...]
Dirk Nowitzki is in uncharted territory going into this NBA season. He doesn’t have his running mate of the past eight seasons in Jason Terry, and he also lost Jason Kidd, a guy who came to be very close to him. With a new cast of teammates, Dirk will have to adjust his game, but it should without question benefit him and the Dallas Mavericks.
Dirk often spent some much energy...
Photos of Dirk Nowitzki at what appeared to be a traditional Kenyan wedding circulated the Internet late last month. Nowitzki was standing next to his fiance Jessica Olsson in the pictures, making some believe the couple had tied the knot.
Spokespeople for the Dallas Mavericks denied the report, saying Nowitzki was still single.
But according to The Dallas Morning News, the Mavericks...
Dirk Nowitzki is in uncharted territory going into this NBA season. He doesn’t have his running mate of the past eight seasons in Jason Terry, and he also lost Jason Kidd, a guy who came to be very close to him. With a new cast of teammates, Dirk will have to adjust his game, but [...]
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The Portland Trail Blazers hired Terry Stotts as head coach on Tuesday.
Stotts has spent the previous four seasons as an assistant with the Dallas Mavericks. Scott's first head coaching job in the NBA came in 2002 when he replaced Lon Kruger, and coached the Atlanta Hawks to a 52-85 record. He went on to become an assistant with Golden State before getting his second chance...
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