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After two months of growing his "playoff beard", Dirk Nowitzki got to ceremonious remove it after the Dallas Mavericks were eliminated from the 2013 NBA playoff hunt over the weekendThe below video shows Dirk using an approved beard trimmer in the Mavericks locker room and removing the facial hair.Clearly, our world has come pretty far when a :45 second video of Dirk removing his beard has gotten over 200,000 views on YouTube:
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Dallas Mavericks veteran star Dirk Nowitzki has never really been a clean-shaven man.
On Sunday, he lost his trademark beard and became just the 17th player in NBA history to score 25,000 points.
Watch him do both in this set of videos.
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In early February, Dallas Mavericks team members like Dirk Nowitzki and Vince Carter revealed that the group would not shave their beards until the Mavs climbed back to .500.
On Sunday afternoon in New Orleans, the Mavericks finally reached their milestone, and Nowitzki couldn't get rid of his facial hair fast enough. Dallas improved to 40-40 by defeating the Hornets 107-89...
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Dirk Nowitzki finally got to shave his beard after over two months of waiting. Dirk was one of several Mavericks who vowed in February not to shave until the team got back to .500 for the season. They came close a few times recently, but they weren’t able to get back to even until Sunday. Dallas beat New Orleans 107-89, and coach Rick Carlisle says Dirk was already shaving less...
The Dallas Mavericks beat the New Orleans Hornets 107-89 last night to finally get back to .500 at 40-40. In case you were not aware, the Mavs made a team pledge to not shave until they returned to .500 and they finally did. I’ve always liked the Mavericks and Dirk Nowitzki quite a bit, but part of me wanted them to finish the season with a losing record so Dirk’s magnificent...
It was not quite what Dallas Mavericks fans wanted, but it is a nice consolation prize. The Mavs will be missing the playoffs for the first time in 13 years, but at least they finally made it to .500 so Dirk Nowitzki could shave away his "loser’s beard."
Several Mavericks players made a pact in December not to shave until they made it to an even record, and luckily...
With a 107-89 win Sunday, the Dallas Mavericks have finally reached .500 – and more importantly, Dirk got to shave. In early February, several Mavs players vowed not to shave their beards until they reached .500 and Dirk’s beard in particular had taken a persona of it’s own. Dirk met the media with a brand new look:
Dirk Nowitzki not only was able to shave off his “Shaggy” beard tonight; but he also reached a personal milestone becoming the 17th player in NBA history to score 25,000 career points.
Nowitzki reached the 25,000-point mark with a midrange jumper over Hornets’ center Robin Lopez in the second quarter.
Dirk is coming off knee surgery this year and missed the first 29 games...
There is no longer a caveman on the Dallas Mavericks team! Well kind of…Dirk Nowitzki finally shaved his beard after last nights win – to look LESS primal. The game [...]
Even if you’re not a Dallas Mavericks fan, it’s hard not to like Dirk Nowitzki. He’s always enterta…
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Actor Val Kilmer was in attendance at the basketball game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Memphis Grizzlies last night in Dallas. Yes, you read that right. The former Batman and movie star was on hand to check out Dirk and the boys. Pretty random.-TO
Dirk Nowitzki Shaves His Beard!
Nowitzki and Gabby Douglas Couple Up
Shawn Marion had 21 points on 10-of-16 shooting, Dirk Nowitzki scored 19 and the Dallas Mavericks beat the New Orleans Hornets 107-89 on Sunday night.
Brandan Wright and Vince Carter added 16 points off the bench for Mavericks, who reached .500 for the first time since they were 11-11 in mid-December. They had lost by double digits in their three previous chances to even their record...
Although they'll miss the postseason for the first time in 13 years, the bearded Dallas Mavericks still have some unfinished business to attend to when they visit the New Orleans Hornets on Sunday night.
The Mavericks have a chance to get back to .500 for the first time since December, and several Dallas veterans will finally be able to shave after vowing two months ago not...