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DIRK NOWITZKI RUMORS

Mavericks Predictions: Dirk Nowitzki will crash the boards

By now, you have scoured through the countless previews about the 30 NBA teams and their offseason moves. This is not that preview column. In fact, this one could make you money, not waste productivity at the office. (You know who you are.) I’m here to delve further into the upcoming NBA season with the for-entertainment-purposes-only team previews with the gambling twist. Actual...
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Vince Carter stuffs Dirk Nowitzki at the rim (Video / GIF)

Memphis Grizzlies shooting guard Vince Carter blocked a slam dunk attempt by Dallas Mavericks teammate Dirk Nowitzki in the closing moments of the first quarter Monday night's preseason game at the American Airlines Center.Nowitzki got his own rebound after his three-point attempt was blocked and appeared to have an easy dunk, but Carter displayed his hops and stuffed his former...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Matt Dellavedova and Dirk Nowitzki Combine for Funniest Moment of NBA Preseason

The NBA preseason is awesome. You get to see your favorite veterans like Dallas Mavericks superstar Dirk Nowitzki play as they get tuned up for the start of the regular season. You also get to see young guys like Cleveland Cavaliers Matt Dellaveda doing their best to prove that they deserve more minutes once the regular season begins.So that means we get to see some pretty spirited...
Via FatManWriting
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Mavs coach predicts Nowitzki will finish his career in prestigious top five group

Jason Whitney Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle believes Dirk Nowitzki will finish as one of the five greatest scorers in the history of the NBA – at least statistically speaking. The German 7-footer currently has 26,786 points during his 16 NBA seasons and is under contract for the next few seasons after signing a three-year, $25 million deal this […] Sports-Kings - The...
Via Sports-Kings
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Dirk Nowitzki: NBA season is too long, should be trimmed

The NBA already is experimenting with shortening the length of its games. Should it look at trimming the length of its season, too? Dirk Nowitzki thinks so. The Dallas Mavericks star told reporters Wednesday that he believes the league’s current 82-game schedule is too long. “I think you don’t need 82 games to determine the best eight in each conference,” Nowitzki said,...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Dirk Nowitzki, Erik Spoelstra: Number of NBA games an issue

The NBA announced Tuesday that they’re going to experiment with a 44-minute game on October 19 when the Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets face off in a preseason game at the Barclays Center. Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki and Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra don’t think the length of the game is a problem, but the length of the season is. “I think you don’t need...
Via Sports-Glory
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Does Dirk Nowitzki Want Longer Offseason For More Golf?

If Dirk Nowitzki got his wish, an NBA team’s season would have around 65 games, rather than the 82 they play now. “I think you don’t need 82 games,” the Dallas Mavericks superstar told ESPN, adding that the schedule should be trimmed to the “mid-60s.” Is that his way of saying he wants more time to play golf? Nowitzki’s game was on display Tuesday, along with that...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Lance Stephenson verbally committed to Mavericks

This past NBA offseason was absolutely crazy with all of the trades, signings, and news that broke, and it hasn’t stopped coming out just yet. Lance Stephenson was one of the most sought after free agent, but he ended up signing a three-year deal with the Charlotte Hornets. According to a report from Bleacher Report, Stephenson had verbally committed to sign with the Dallas Mavericks...
Via Sports-Glory
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Mavericks Injury Update: Dirk Nowitzki doubtful for tonight

Dirk Nowitzki of the Dallas Mavericks will likely miss his second preseason game in a row tonight against the Oklahoma City Thunder due to a hip injury, according to ESPN.com. The seven footer suffered from a hip contusion in a Fan Jam scrimmage last Saturday.Per Rick Carlisle, Dirk Nowitzki (right hip) went through non-contact practice today. Out Friday vs. OKC, but may play...
Via Sports Injury Alert
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Dirk Nowitzki's working on a sky hook

For two years running now, Dirk Nowitzki has been trying to perfect the sky hook. The Dallas Mavericks’ forward added the shot made famous by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to his repertoire last season, but with nominal success. Now, he’s back at it again. "The sky hook is a tough shot,’’ Nowitzki said following Friday’s practice at American Airlines Center. "Especially...
Via Pro Sports Daily
19 days ago  |  Discuss
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