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Topic - Dirk Nowitzki
Monta Ellis says he had to do "60 percent of everything" in Golden State and Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Bucks signed free agent guard O.J. Mayo on Saturday, hoping he will add some much-needed offensive punch to a roster that is searching for some after a summer of upheaval.
Tony Parker's shot to clinch Game 1 wasn't pretty, but it quickly took its place among some of the great NBA Finals finishes.
Jason Kidd became one of the best by making others better.
Kidd won an NBA title and two Olympic gold medals and is second on the career list in assists and steals. He was a 10-time All-Star.
The Denver Nuggets will be without versatile forward Danilo Gallinari for the rest of the season after tests Friday showed he tore his left ACL against Dallas the previous night.
Sloane Stephens wiped away tears as she thought about hanging a poster of herself on a wall in the place of her childhood hero.
If John Wall isn't ready about a month from now, midway through the schedule, the Washington Wizards probably should keep him sidelined for the season.
LeBron James is atop the NBA's jersey-sales list once again.
In our family, pulling the Thanksgiving Day schedule together is tough.
Dirk Nowitzki was hoping to be back on the court sooner, even when the Dallas Mavericks were saying after his surgery that it could be at least six weeks before any basketball activity.
It's every team owner's worst nightmare — looking toward the bench on game night and seeing more star power in street clothes than in uniform. It's something the Washington Wizards and the Dallas Mavericks have in common.
The Los Angeles Lakers have spent a month together now, and they still haven't won a game. They acknowledge it's a struggle to blend this new combination of talents into a cohesive team.
Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki says he's encouraged after the first knee surgery of his career but says a timetable for his return is "pretty ridiculous to talk about."
The second makeover of the Dallas Mavericks in as many seasons just got tougher.
"Amazing career," Nowitzki wrote. "He always put the team and winning first. All the best to him in retirement."
Dirk Nowitzki, who played with Kidd on the Mavs' title team, wrote on Twitter that Kidd was "one of the best point guards ever and one of the fiercest competitors I have ever played with."