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Latest Rick Carlisle Items
Dirk Nowitzki has the spring back in his pogo stick of a jump shot.
When Dirk Nowitzki was shipped to Dallas in a surprise trade before his rookie season, it seemed like a major gamble for a franchise that had endured a stretch of several rough seasons.
Dirk Nowitzki was frustrated by his poor shooting performance in Dallas' previous game. That disappointment, plus a little help from an old friend, turned into another big performance by the veteran forward.
Before he even got the ball on the first play of the game, Dirk Nowitzki decided he was going to shoot.
Devin Harris rolled through the lane, hit a layup and pumped his fist when the whistle blew for a foul.
Dirk Nowitzki joked after a loss to San Antonio that the Mavericks don't "want to see anyone" in the playoffs, given their recent record against winning teams.
LeBron James drove for an emphatic dunk during a decisive fourth-quarter run and went skipping to the bench after a Dallas timeout.
Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle provided a spark, and his team played just as he hoped.
With Dirk Nowitzki watching from the bench in street clothes, the Dallas Mavericks blew another big lead against the Toronto Raptors.