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Later tonight, the Dallas Mavericks will face the Indiana Pacers and a special guest will be joining the team in the locker room.For those of you who noticed, Dirk Nowitzki has been growing his beard out for the last couple months and he's finally decided that the facial hair needs to be removed.We learn more from Eddie Sefko of the Dallas Morning News about the loss of Dirk's beard:“Everyone will have the clippers in the locker room Thursday,” Mayo said after the Mavericks’ robust 109-102 overtime win over the Clippers Tuesday. “Hopefully guys can watch us shave it off. The barber will be here. We’ll leave him tickets (for the game) and hopefully give ourselves a chance to shave it off. I want to do it right. I don’t want any patches. I’m ready to shave it.” Apparently, Omar the barber is going to do the honors. No clear word on who’s barber Omar is, but he’ll certainly be a popular guy Thursday night if the Mavericks can pull off their fourth consecutive victory. Nowitzki didn’t really want to talk about the possibilities, preferring not to open the Mavericks up to any voodoo that might befall them if they take anything for granted. “I don’t really want to jinx it, but I’m ready to get this thing off,” he said. “That’s a big outing for us Thursday against a very good, tough team from the Eastern Conference.”
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Dirk Nowitzki and his Dallas Mavericks teammates pledged earlier this season not to shave until the team returned to the .500 mark.
The Mavericks are close to getting their razors ready and will try to even their record for the first time in 3 12 months with Thursday night's visit from a surging Indiana Pacers team that's approaching full health.
With nine wins in the last...
O.J. Mayo, Dirk Nowitzki, Vince Carter, Chris Kaman, Elton Brand and Jae Crowder have all remained true to their pact of not shaving until their team got to .500. That was at 7 games under in the first week of February. Now at 35-36, the Mavs will have a chance Thursday night to realize their goal and finally shave the beards off. The players are looking forward to a win so much...
Dallas Mavericks small forward Jae Crowder might be a mutant. Check out this video of him shape-shifting into Brandan Wright:
Let’s just hope Jae Crowder/Brandan Wright knows that with great power comes great responsibility.
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Danny Granger's 2012-2013 NBA season is over. Despite speculation that Granger would return tonight against the Rockets, the Pacers have announced that Granger will have season-ending knee surgery on the knee that has bothered him since the end of last season.
In the end, the Pacers' captain and leading team scorer for the last 5 seasons, played only 5 games and averaged...
INDIANAPOLIS — Danny Granger‘s season is ending the same way it began in Indiana — with a sore left knee that will require more medical treatment.
The team announced Thursday that Granger will miss the rest of the season. He will have surgery on the bothersome knee that has slowed him since last year’s playoffs.
“He’s at peace with it,” Pacers coach Frank Vogel said...
After only appearing in 5 games this season, the Indiana Pacers have announced that Danny Granger will undergo knee surgery and miss the remainder of the season/playoffs.
According to the Indiana Pacers:
The Indiana Pacers announced Thursday that forward Danny Granger will miss the remainder of the season to undergo surgery on his left knee.
The decision was made after all conservative...
With the playoffs on the horizon and the Indiana Pacers clinching a spot, the question has come up quite a bit, “How deep can the Pacers go in the NBA playoffs?” This team is certainly interesting and has surprised quite a few with the run they’ve made toward the Central Division title of the Eastern Conference. Here’s a breakdown of why the Pacers might go all the way in...
Lamar Odom had the worst season of his career with the Dallas Mavericks last year. When the Mavericks acquired the 12-year veteran, they thought they would be getting the same type of role player the Los Angeles Lakers had during the seven years prior. That did not happen, and Odom’s only season in Dallas ended with the team paying him to not be on the roster.
As you might expect...
Lamar Odom received a roar of boos every time he touched the ball in his return to Dallas Tuesday, and though he says he’d apologize to Mark Cuban for the way things ended last season, he feels no guilt about his early departure from the team.
According to Tim MacMahon, ESPN Dallas:
“Guilty? No, no, no,” Odom said when asked if he felt guilt about the way his season in Dallas...
According to The Dallas Morning News, Dallas Mavericks center Chris Kaman does not like Dwyane Wade. Kaman said, I just never really got along with Dwyane Wade. I guess I [...]
Danny Granger is expected to be ready for training camp next season.