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Latest Dirk Nowitzki Items
The folks at Nike were amazingly prescient in November 2005 when they unveiled a 110-foot high by 212-foot wide billboard to introduce their new ad campaign for LeBron James - "We Are All Witnesses."
As exciting as it is to watch Dirk Nowitzki make shot after shot in the NBA finals, the Dallas Mavericks don't want to keep doing that.
Those LeBron James dunks sure look great on highlight shows and commercials. They make good posters, too.
It may have been the simplest play the Miami Heat ran all night.
The Miami Heat didn't blow this one. Now they're just two wins from being crowned NBA champions.
Not this time, Dirk.
After two days of intense film study and painstaking analysis of the final 14 possessions in their end-of-game collapse in Game 2 of the NBA finals, the Miami Heat finally came up with the reason why.
The passes were on target, the shots were falling and the defense made things tough on the other guys. The Dallas Mavericks played their best stretch of the NBA finals at the end of Game 2, pulling off a rally that reshaped the series.
Leave it to Shaq.