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Dirk Nowitzki
Dallas Mavericks
Date Of Birth
19 June 1978
7 ft 0 in (2.13 m)
  • @SportsDayDFW: Season predictions: Where will the Mavericks finish in the West? Is this Dirk Nowitzki's final season? | #MFFL https://…

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    17 Oct @ 2PM

  • A.C. Green RT @iAmTerrace: Most faithful NBA player of all-time.....Tim Duncan, Steph Curry, or Dirk Nowitzki?
    17 Oct @ 1AM

  • Dirk Nowitzki https://t.co/qRvE9kJIRR
    16 Oct @ 5PM

  • How do we love Dirk? Let us count the 20 ways in his 20th season. https://t.co/9id1Z7h5gO
    14 Oct @ 1AM

  • 20 reasons to love @swish41 entering Year 20 - from self-deprecating humor to historic achievements: https://t.co/CoS3ZZd
    13 Oct @ 9PM

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • NBA-'Revolutionary" Nowitzki suits up for 20th season with Mavericks

    Karl Marx is more likely to spring to mind than Dirk Nowitzki when thinking of a German “revolutionary”, but in his own way the 39-year-old from Wurzburg has changed the way basketball is played at the highest level. Nowitzki brought a new quality to the NBA two decades ago -- a big man as comfortable hitting an outside jump shot as banging the boards – and in doing so forced other teams to adjust the way they defended. Now preparing to start his 20th season, all with the Dallas Mavericks, Nowitzki is in the autumn of a career that will not soon be forgotten by aficionados of the sport, even if he has never quite penetrated the consciousness of the wider American public to a level of some of his peers.
    16 Oct @ 4PM

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  • Carmelo Anthony energized with the Thunder: 'This is Melo having fun again'

    Carmelo Anthony is happy to be with the Thunder. (Getty) TULSA, Okla. — In the 79 months since Carmelo Anthony was last a resident in the Western Conference, Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan have retired; Dirk Nowitzki is still around, but the Dallas Mavericks
    6 Oct @ 9PM

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  • Mavs Fan Slips Dirk Nowitzki Some Cash for ‘Taking Discounts’ to Help the Team

    One of the issues with the NBA’s salary cap is that it encourages players to take less money than they’re worth, allowing their teams to spend the extra cash on players they might not otherwise be able to fit under the cap. No one knows this better than Dirk Nowitzki, who’s making only $5 million in each of the next two seasons. “You been taking discounts the past six years to help the team bring talent and a title,” the fan wrote.
    30 Sep @ 5AM

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  • Dirk Nowitzki reiterates he may retire after this season, he may not

    Nowitzki signed up to play his 20th NBA season this summer, reaching a two-year, $10 million contract with the only team he’s ever played for, the Dallas Mavericks. Nowitzki himself doesn’t know, he said again he wants to see how this season plays out, he told Eddie Selfko of the Dallas Morning News at Nowitzki’s annual pro-am tennis event in Dallas. Last season Nowitzki missed the first couple of months with an Achilles issue.
    17 Sep @ 8PM

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  • How Is Dirk Nowitzki Preparing for His 20th NBA Season?

    Dirk Nowitzki's name has been synonymous with the Dallas Mavericks for 19 NBA seasons. Over the years, he's logged a lot of miles, playing deep into the postseason, committing to his national team and working hard to improve his craft in the summer. In the latest Beyond the Baseline podcast with Jon Wertheim, Nowitzki talked a little tennis, looked back on his journey and discussed his preparation for year No. 20.
    16 Sep @ 7PM

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