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    @MavsFansForLife: BREAKING: Dirk Nowitzki sets the @NBA record for the most seasons (21) played with one team. #Mavs https://t.co/lGVMb6

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  • NBA roundup: Harden produces 50-point triple-double

    James Harden recorded a 50-point triple-double and came through during a decisive stretch in the fourth quarter to lift the host Houston Rockets to a 126-111 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday. Harden posted 50 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists to thwart the Lakers, who were 6-1 in their previous games. With Houston clinging to a 109-106 lead following an explosive dunk by the Lakers' Kyle Kuzma with 4:16 to go, Harden sank three free throws before drilling consecutive 3-pointers.
    15 Dec @ 3AM

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  • NBA roundup: Harden produces 50-point triple-double

    James Harden recorded a 50-point triple-double and came through during a decisive stretch in the fourth quarter to lift the host Houston Rockets to a 126-111 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday. Harden posted 50 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists to thwart the Lakers, who were 6-1 in their previous games. With Houston clinging to a 109-106 lead following an explosive dunk by the Lakers' Kyle Kuzma with 4:16 to go, Harden sank three free throws before drilling consecutive 3-pointers.
    14 Dec @ 10PM

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  • Returning Nowitzki 'so tired' after making NBA history

    Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki admitted his long-awaited return left him "so tired" as he made NBA history in his 21st season. Nowitzki missed the start of the season due to a series of fitness issues, initially having bone spurs removed from his ankle and most recently experiencing tendon soreness before the start of a September training camp that pushed back his return. But the 40-year-old was back on the floor against the Phoenix Suns on Thursday and became the first NBA player to get minutes on the same team in 21 different seasons.
    14 Dec @ 6PM

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  • Report: Dirk Nowitzki Set to Make Season Debut Thursday vs. Phoenix

    Dirk Nowitzki will make his season debut on Thursday when the Mavericks face the Suns, according to ESPN's Tim MacMahon. Nowitzki missed Dallas' first 26 games of the season while recovering from offseason ankle surgery. Nowitzki's debut marks his 21st season in Dallas, which is an NBA record for most seasons with one team.
    14 Dec @ 5PM

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  • Mavs' Nowitzki reportedly expected to make season debut Thursday

    Dallas Mavericks icon Dirk Nowitzki is expected to make his season debut Thursday night at Phoenix, ESPN reported. The seventh-leading scorer in NBA history with 31,187 career points, Nowitzki was listed as questionable on Monday against Atlanta for the first time this season. Nowitzki, 40, has been out of action since April, when he had surgery on his left ankle.
    14 Dec @ 9AM

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  • NBA notebook: Nowitzki slated to return against Suns

    Dallas Mavericks icon Dirk Nowitzki is expected to make his season debut Thursday night against the Phoenix Suns, ESPN reported. The seventh-leading scorer in NBA history with 31,187 career points, the 40-year-old Nowitzki has been out of action since April, when he had surgery on his left ankle. Nowitzki will be playing in his 21st season, all with Dallas, and he will set a record for most seasons with one team on his first play.
    14 Dec @ 3AM

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  • Inside the world of NBA dancing: 5 takeaways from Yahoo Lifestyle's report

    Kathryn Dunn, center, was a dancer for the Dallas Mavericks from 2013 to 2016. The 20 or so dancers who take the court at each NBA game are an elite pack: exceptionally talented dancers who outperform hundreds at auditions in order to execute flawless choreography in stadiums seating 20,000 or more. Aside from one major lawsuit involving low wages in 2015 (brought by Lauren Herington of the Milwaukee Bucks), little information is available about the women’s lives.
    12 Dec @ 12PM

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  • Barnes, Brunson lead Mavericks past Magic 101-76

    The Dallas Mavericks were again talking about a great performance by a rookie. Jalen Brunson started at point guard for the second consecutive game and scored a career-high 17 points as the Mavericks beat the Orlando Magic 101-76 on Monday night. Brunson, who led Villanova to two national championships in the past three years and was a Mavs second-round pick, replaced the injured Dennis Smith Jr. (right wrist sprain) and scored in double figures for the third straight game.
    12 Dec @ 8AM

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  • Luka Doncic unleashes two magnificent passes against the Magic

    Seemingly every game in his short NBA career, Dallas Mavericks rookie Luka Doncic does something new and amazing. Monday was no different, as he dished out a pair of outstanding assists on his way to nearly picking up his first career triple-double against the Orlando Magic. Doncic picked up his second assist of the game in extraordinary fashion.
    12 Dec @ 4AM

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  • Magic suspended rookie C Bamba for tardiness

    The Orlando Magic suspended rookie center Mohamed Bamba for Monday's game against the Dallas Mavericks because he was late for the pregame walk-through at the team's hotel. "It was a violation of team rules," coach Steve Clifford said after Orlando's 101-76 loss. Mo will play again on Thursday, but that's what it was." Bamba has appeared in 26 games off the bench this season, averaging 6.6 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.3 blocks in 17.0 minutes per night.
    12 Dec @ 3AM

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