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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - vince carter
Devin Harris rolled through the lane, hit a layup and pumped his fist when the whistle blew for a foul.
Dirk Nowitzki says he wasn't thinking about the last time the Dallas Mavericks blew a 30-point lead and lost.
Tony Parker had 22 points and seven assists in his return from a six-game absence, leading the San Antonio Spurs' balanced attack in a 112-106 win over the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday night.
The San Antonio Spurs are whole for the first time in months and they performed in the same efficient style that helped them battle through the rash of injuries.
Taj Gibson didn't worry when Chicago fell behind Dallas early, and he wasn't concerned when the Mavericks made a late run for the lead.
Dirk Nowitzki's 19-foot jumper bounced up and then fell in as time expired, giving the Dallas Mavericks a 110-108 victory over the New York Knicks on Monday night.
Dirk Nowitzki called it "probably the ugliest game-winner I ever shot," and this is how he described it.
Samuel Dalembert had more offensive rebounds than Andre Drummond, Greg Monroe and Josh Smith combined.
There was a hint of panic as Dwyane Wade wondered whether elder actually was eldest.
Putting together a five-game winning streak and getting 10 games above .500 were once common achievements for the Dallas Mavericks.
The Dallas Mavericks have struggled at times this season to close out. They didn't let that happen against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Chandler Parsons and the Houston Rockets made it two straight over a Texas rival without James Harden.
Jamal Crawford wondered whether he might produce another 50-point game. In the end, Terrence Ross got one instead.
With Dirk Nowitzki watching from the bench in street clothes, the Dallas Mavericks blew another big lead against the Toronto Raptors.
The Los Angeles Clippers had every reason to quit down 17 points with 4 ½ minutes to go. They had already blown a double-digit lead, fans were hitting the exits, and a long seven-game road trip waited at the end.
Dirk Nowitzki scored 22 points, Vince Carter added 21 and Monta Ellis had 17 for the Mavericks, who have lost eight straight to the Spurs.