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Dirk Nowitzki continued rewriting the history books Wednesday night, moving ahead of John Havlicek for the 12th spot on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. Dirk, who came into the game tied with Havlicek’s 26,395 points, took the lead just 15 seconds into the game with his patented fadeaway jumper. He finished the game with 31 points in the Dallas Mavericks’ 108-101 win over the Utah Jazz. Nowitzki is only 242 points shy of No. 11 Dominique Wilkins. Take a look at Nos. 12-9 on the NBA’s all-time scoring list: 12. Dirk Nowitzki – 26,426 11. Dominique Wilkins – 26,668 10. Oscar Robertson – 26,710 9. Hakeem Olajuwon – 26,946 The post Dirk Nowitzki Passes John Havlicek for 12th All-Time on NBA Scoring List appeared first on Basketball Bicker.
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With the Season 4 set to premiere in only a few weeks, nerds, fanboys and fans of phenomenal television adaptations of brilliant pieces of fiction alike are all eagerly anticipating the next season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” The Dallas Mavericks, perhaps sensing that the craze will reach near-hysterical levels leading up to the premiere […] The post Dallas Mavericks create...
Dallas Mavericks: Mavs riding high, look to keep momentum in Oak City
The Dallas Mavericks blew back-to-back double-digit second-quarter leads, but came away with two of their more impressive wins of the year against the Portland Trail Blazers and East-leading Indiana Pacers.
The Mavericks were up 42-12 in the second quarter before erasing a seven-point fourth-quarter deficit, ending...
Two franchises fighting for different things desperately needed to take care of their business Wednesday night in Utah.
They did, even if it took awhile.
The Mavericks were seeking a victory in a game they could not afford to lose if they are serious about the playoffs.
The Jazz, for the good of the franchise, could not afford to win, since every loss it suffers in theory improves...
One of the most talked about late 1980s cult classics is Ferris Bueller’s Day Off starring actor Matthew Broderick where a high school student is determined to take the day off from school.
The Dallas Mavericks created a parody video of the film starring members of the team including Dirk Nowitzki, Monta Ellis, and Devin Harris as ‘Harris Bueller’:
Devin gives quite the...
A month ago, if somebody had said Wayne Ellington would be a major cog in the Mavericks’ playoff push, finding any believers would have been tough.
Buried on the bench, the fifth-year guard appeared to be on his way to a lost season.
That’s why the NBA’s 82-game grind is so great.
Ellington admits now that he wasn’t sure his chance to earn his keep with the Mavericks would...
Over the recent months the Dallas Mavericks have produced a couple parody videos which relate to pop culture such as movies, songs, and TV shows.
The team’s most recent ‘House of Mavs’ video is a Game of Thrones introduction parody showing all the locations and suburbs of Dallas where Maverick fans come from to root on their team:
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The Dallas Mavericks dropped into tie for third place in the Southwest Division following a 108-85 blowout loss to the Golden State Warriors.Point guard Devin Harris, who had 20 points in 24 minutes against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday, was held scoreless in only seven minutes of action. He left the game due to an Achilles injury, but Harris said he is not concerned about...
Devin Harris left Tuesday’s game with a sore right Achilles in the second quarter and did not return.
It’s the sort of injury that the Mavericks don’t need right now. Coach Rick Carlisle pegged Harris as questionable for Wednesday’s game.
“It started before the game, sort of tightened up,” Harris said. “I tried to go, it just wasn’t feeling right.”