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Dallas Mavericks – Dirk Nowitzki Needs a Better Team

Posted on 10 Oct, 2013, by in NBA

Are the Dallas Mavericks good enough to find themselves back in the playoffs? If Dirk Nowitzki is healthy for the entire season, it might almost be enough, but in the loaded Western conference, even the additional help from Monta Ellis, Shawn Marion, Jae Crowder, DeJuan Blair and others might not be enough. More

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Dallas Mavericks Don’t Want Dirk Nowitzki as Their Star Anymore

Posted on 22 Apr, 2013, by in NBA

At some point, every franchise player becomes redundant or at least not as important as he was. Dirk Nowitzki, after missing nearly half the season and missing the playoffs for the first time in over a decade, has become that type of player for the Dallas Mavericks, who’ll be looking for someone else to take over the “number one” slot for the team, hopefully as soon as possible. More

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Dallas Mavericks – Dirk Nowitzki Does Too Much A Little Too Late

Posted on 31 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

It’s gotten to be a thing of norm for the Dallas Mavericks to be rescued into victory by some late game heroics not to mention clutch shooting, from Dirk Nowitzki. In the 2013 version of him and them, it doesn’t seem to be enough to keep their NBA playoff streak alive. More

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Dallas Mavericks – Dirk Nowitzki Still Isn’t Out of Clutch in the Tank

Posted on 27 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

Somehow, someway, the Dallas Mavericks are still alive in the Western Conference playoff chase, mostly because Dirk Nowitzki and the gang of bears are playing their best basketball of the season, finally not letting late game collapses and tense moments fall the wrong way. They still need some things to happen besides taking care of their own destiny, but things are looking bright for possibly the first time in 2013. More

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Thunder vs Mavericks Predictions

Posted on 18 Jan, 2013, by in NBA

Thinking back about the Western Conference Finals from a year and a half ago, you wonder if more time hasn’t passed since then. The Oklahoma City Thunder are surging at the top of the NBA, while the Dallas Mavericks are just hoping to get above .500. More

The Lamar Odom Failure is Mark Cuban’s Fault

Posted on 11 Apr, 2012, by in NBA

Lamar Odom is a failed experiment this season for the Dallas Mavericks, something Mark Cuban should blame mostly on himself, because of actually completing the trade many doomed as a failure from the start and because of his behavior towards Odom during the season, obviously not helping to improve the situation. More

Lamar Odom and the Dallas Mavericks Don’t Surprise Anyone by Parting Ways

Posted on 9 Apr, 2012, by in NBA

Lamar Odom was going through his worst season since being traded from the Los Angeles Lakers (who he never wanted to leave), by his demand, to the Dallas Mavericks, where his on court and off court problems have led to the mutual decision of parting ways, as the Mavs fight for a playoff spot and Odom left pondering on the future of his NBA career. More

Mark Cuban Goes Off on NBA Scheduling

Posted on 3 Jan, 2012, by in NBA

Mark Cuban expected to get an away game against the Washington Wizards on the Dallas Mavericks schedule. Well, the NBA schedule didn’t give the Mavs a D.C. visit, so Cuban took care of the traditional visit of the NBA champions to the White House and meet the president on his own. More

Dirk Nowitzki Shines in Fourth to Grab Series Lead

Posted on 10 Jun, 2011, by in NBA

Dirk Nowitzki with 29 points led the Dallas Mavericks to a 112-103 win with another great run in the fourth quarter while LeBron James and the Miami Heat crumbled again when it mattered the most. More

Dwyane Wade and Heat D Too Much for Dirk Nowitzki to Handle Alone

Posted on 6 Jun, 2011, by in NBA

Dirk Nowitzki had the chance to send the game into overtime but missed. He had 34 points, but fought alone against the Heat, carried by Wade and Bosh in the final quarter, including the game winner from Bosh, making it 88-86. More