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Dirk Nowitzki admitted to feeling overwhelmed after winning his first NBA championship.
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The NBA is quite familiar with the Animal Kingdom.
You have the Black Mamba in Los Angeles, the Durantula in Oklahoma City, not to mention the Bobcats found in Charlotte, Grizzlies in Memphis and Timberwolves in Minnesota.
But has the NBA now found their own honey badger?
The Mavericks viral video department is at it again, releasing their latest video to YouTube this week, this...
Dirk Nowitzki is beginning to find a rhythm. After starting the season slowly, he's taken time off and looks to be performing better as a result. Dirk Nowitzki is averaging 30 PPG in his last two contests (though he was inefficient last night vs. Boston) and the Mavs are going to him with regularity. What does Dirk Nowitzki need to do to continue performing better...
Monday may have been Presidents Day, legally, but in the City of Dallas, Tx, it was dubbed “Milestone Monday” for the Dallas Mavericks.
After a heart-breaking loss to the New York Knicks on Sunday afternoon, the Dallas Mavericks flew back home for some much-needed rest to prepare for a back to back game against the Boston Celtics on Monday night. Even though the Celtics have...
DALLAS Dirk Nowitzki and I were talking criticism recently specifically judgments based on ethnic stereotypes when we had a tense misunderstanding.
I was talking past tense. He was talking present.
"I have heard that all along," he said, "and still people call me soft to this day."
"Wait, what?" I said. "I was talking about the criticism...
Dirk Nowitzki came into the season out of shape, as he had spent the lockout partying and doing everything but playing basketball. Dirk admits that after finally winning his first NBA title, he had lost some of the motivation and fire needed to play at a high level. From SI: “When you devote your career to winning the final game, what do you do after it’s been won? At long last...
DALLAS -- This weekend it's time to watch Dirk Nowitzki in the All-Star Game or time to watch the Oscars or, why not combine the two with my Evaluation of the Mavs' 10 Issues at the Break -- Oscars-Style?
All 2012 Mavs issues. All 2012 Academy-Award-nominated films. Somebody pop the popcorn
1: The Artist
Nowitzki is now No. 20 on the all-time scoring list. But I...
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The list of accomplishments for Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki continues to grow longer. After winning his first NBA championship last year, he’s done just about everything a player can hope to accomplish during his career. And while he’s never won a single-season scoring title, he has now moved into 20th on the all-time NBA career scoring list. Yesterday during the first...
<a href="http://www.mogreet.com/moshare/it/" class="moshare-button-21" data-message="Last night Kobe Bryant did his best Dirk Nowitzki impression, using the Dallas Mavericks' go-to "one-legged, fade away" jumper against Wesley Matthews of the Portland Trail Blazers. It was a nice shot, but in typical Kobe fashion he then went over to Reggie...
Back on Monday, the Los Angeles Lakers rolled over the Portland Trail Blazers and Kobe Bryant took some time to take a shot at Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki.During a stoppage, Bryant walked over to the Turner Sports crew doing the game and commented that his jumper was "sexier" than Dirk Nowitzki's:
by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni
Dirk Nowitzki’s trademark one-legged fadeaway isn’t the prettiest thing in the world, but it sure is effective. In fact, it’s so good, that fellow NBA superstars have begun to slowly incorporate it into their own offensive arsenals.
Kobe Bryant was in a happy mood following the Lakers’ tough win in Dallas last night, and expanded on just...
Anybody know if Jeremy Lin believes in jinxes? Lin will grace the cover of Sports Illustrated for the second straight week, earning a "Jeremy's World" headline from the weekly mag and a feature article written by Pablo Torre. While Lin is certainly the "It" man of the moment, the move is not unprecedented. Michael Jordan has had the honor of appearing on the...
Dirk Nowitzki says he was poor in stretch vs. LA.
Jeremy Lin has made the cover of Sports Illustrated for the second straight week.
The last athlete to do so was Dirk Nowitzki last season, and he became Finals MVP.
The headline says: “Jeremy’s World.’’
Michael Jordan made the cover three weeks in a row twice...