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Dirk Nowitzki may have spent some of his offseason sing happy birthday and mimicking a camel but he has also had serious responsibilities as a father.
In a chat with Dallas Mavericks fans on the teamâs official app Nowitzki shed some light on his life as a dad. When asked about how fatherhood has changed his life Nowitzki replied jokingly:
âI gotta change diapers now. Never done that before.â
On a more serious note he also stated that he wouldnât be opposed to having more kids.
âI always wanted two or threeâ he said. âWe will seeâ
Nowitzki continued the chat by answering questions about books and movies. But he was also asked about some of the additions made this offseason specifically his former teammate Devin Harris.
âAlways liked DHâ Nowitzki said. âHe is fast and smart. Hopefully he can get healthy and have a good year for us.â
There is no doubt the Mavericks will have a new look this year. But will they be successful?
Nowitzki didnât give too much insight on his expectation
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Unless youâve been under a rock for the last couple of weeks, you probably have seen this GEICO commercial starring a camel talking about âHumpdayâ. The fine folks over at the Dallas Mavericks decided to do their own parody of the spot with star Dirk Nowitzki and it is magic: *** Dirk Nowitzki is excited for âGameDaysâ [Beyond The Buzzer]
Thanks to Geico, the insurance company most commonly known for their little green animated mascot gecko, we all know that a camel's favorite day of the week is 'hump day,' also known as, Wednesday.
Well now thanks to the Dallas Mavericks' season ticket advertisement we all know what Dirk Nowitzki's favorite day is-- game day-- assumingly Mavericks' game days...
Dirk Nowitzki is happy as a camel in a new commercial produced by the Dallas Mavericks.
Nowitzki, spoofing the dromedary in a popular GEICO television spot, wandered around the Mavericksâ offices to pitch season tickets for the team. The Mavsâ ad is almost identical word-for-word to the GEICO version, save for the item they try to sell at the end, but the result is no less entertaining...
Is there anything better than the Geico "Hump Day" commercial on television right now?The answer is no. Absolutely not.Well, the Dallas Mavericks decided to cash in on the success of America's unofficial favorite commercial by making a parody of their own. The spot features star forward Dirk Nowitzki portraying the role of the camel and urging fans to buy season tickets...
It seems that Dirk Nowitzki has found himself a sense of humor. CBS Sports shows the normally stoic German is trying to reinvent himself, and he and the Mavs marketing team have decided to take an idea from the Geico team. Dirk plays the part of the camel, and since heâs blonde and shaggy-haired, this is rather fitting.
If this doesnât make Mavs fans want to buy season tickets...
How happy is Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki? Happy as an NBA player on game day!
You know that hilarious Geico commercial featuring a very happy camel loving hump day since, well, because a camel has humps. Well, Dirk and the Mavs did their version of the commercial to drum up season ticket sales. The final product was quite entertaining.
Check out Dirk loving game day!
Dirk Nowitzki stars in an ad to promote Dallas Mavericks ticket sales.Â The commercial is a spoof of the the GEICO âhump dayâ commercial and it seems like the Mavs got it down pretty much line for line.
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The Dallas Mavericks spoofed the notable GEICO Hump Day Camel commercial for their latest ad to promote season tickets. Dirk Nowitzki, taking on the role of the camel, really, really LOVES game days.
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