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Cheered on by thousands of happy fans, Dirk Nowitzki, Mark Cuban and the NBA champion Mavericks rolled through the streets of downtown Dallas on Thursday in a parade celebrating the club's first NBA championship.
Five years after a parade drawn up to celebrate the Dallas Mavericks' first NBA championship backfired, new plans are in place for a ride through the city's streets.
Seven seconds were left in the NBA season, and the Dallas Mavericks already were beginning their championship celebration when LeBron James started slowly walking toward Dwyane Wade, his right hand outstretched.
There were seven seconds left in the NBA season and the Dallas Mavericks were already beginning their championship celebration when LeBron James started slowly walking toward Dwyane Wade, his right hand outstretched.
LeBron James watched the San Antonio Spurs celebrate an NBA championship on his now-former home floor in Cleveland four years ago, a memory he still finds haunting.
Dirk Nowitzki got the Dallas Mavericks to the brink of an NBA championship. His teammates did the rest, a perfect ending for a club that talked all season about its greatest strength being the sum of its parts.
If the Miami Heat are going to recover and win this NBA championship, they may want to put the Dallas Mavericks away before the final minutes.
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.
Mavericks stars Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry insist they don't care that their second crack at an NBA championship is coming against the Miami Heat, the team that kept them from winning it all the first time around.