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Since Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki is still recovering from knee surgery, he took some time out of his busy schedule to sing some karaoke.Check out Dirk belting out the classic Bruce Springsteen hit, "Born in the USA":(Courtesy of Eye on Basketball)
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The Dallas Mavericks are apologizing to their fans for trotting out the broken down versions of Vince Carter, Shawn Marion and Elton Brand by having their dance team frolic in white sparkly bikinis. The Dallas Mavericks Dancers’ uniforms made their debuts this past Saturday at the Mavs’ home opener. The fabric-challenged gear was the hit of the show as the Mavs beat the…ah...
Are these the skimpiest uniforms a professional team’s cheerleader wear? The Dallas Mavericks showcased their new outfits in their opener. Hey, at least its got something attaching the bottom to the top….We wouldn’t want any wardrobe malfunctions, now would we?Photos via AP/Mavericks Dancers Facebook Page
Video: Dirk completely annihilates a classic
The Dallas Mavericks Dancers arrive at events with coats (and the best shorts in sports). But if they're heading to American Airlines Center -- the jackets are quickly lost for, well, shredded...
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Here we are just 5 games into the season and we are 4-1 without one of the biggest players in the league on the court; who would have thought that the Dallas Mavericks would be where they were without Dirk Nowitzki. I know that we have recapped this over and over again in the media, but I really feel that once the young, new team of players on the Mavericks won the game against...
Word out of the Knicks camp is that Tyson Chandler is feeling 100% healthy and ready to take on his former team, the Dallas Mavericks.
Last week Chandler suffered from strep throat, but has fully recovered. Chandler also has shed the brace he had been wearing due to his sore knee.
Chandler and the Knicks will take on the Mavericks tonight at 7pm, as they try to start out the season...
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When the Los Angeles Lakers formed their superteam earlier in the off-season, Dallas Mavericks outspoken owner Mark Cuban was quoted saying that he hoped the team would suck.
So far, his hopes have been coming true as Los Angeles currently stands at 2-4 and are now in for a coaching search. The Lakers recently fired head coach Mike Brown Friday morning...
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Although it may be an issue tucked away deep in the closets of many Raptors fans, ask any fan about Vince Carter and prepare to face the music. Pure venom comes spewing their mouths and only the bad memories remain. Vince Carter leaving for the Nets is on the same playing field as LeBron’s Decision in most parts of Ontario.
If there's a sure thing in the NBA, it's that the Dallas Mavericks will beat the Charlotte Bobcats.
The visiting Mavericks can improve to 17-0 against the Bobcats on Saturday night in a matchup of teams coming off road defeats one night earlier.
Dallas (4-2) remains the only team that Charlotte (1-3) has never beaten. The Mavericks routed the Bobcats 126-99 exactly one...
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It’s been an NBA kind of day around the old website here, so it seems only fitting we feature another NBA related post, albeit one that is quite a bit more fanciful and carefree than Dwight Howard’s airball free throw and Kobe’s terrifying death stare.
Enter Mavs forward Dirk Nowitzki. The big German...
At some point in the next few weeks, the Dallas Mavericks will welcome Dirk Nowitzki back to the lineup. But against all odds, they're doing just fine without him.
In past seasons the Mavs have looked lost without their superstar. But with a surprising 4-1 start, they appear to be flourishing. And with each passing day, the degree of difficulty seems to rise. Already missing...
His musical icon, David Hasselhoff, should beware.
The Dallas Mavericks are hoping some key injuries aren't finally catching up with them.
The short-handed Minnesota Timberwolves are dealing with similar concerns as they travel to Dallas for a matchup of two banged-up clubs Monday night.
After winning four of its first five games without star forward Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas (4-3) is coming off its second straight road defeat...