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  • John MacLeod, longtime Phoenix Suns coach, dies at 81

    John MacLeod, the longtime NBA coach who led the Phoenix Suns to the 1976 NBA Finals, has died. The elder MacLeod fought Alzheimer's disease for more than a decade. MacLeod is the winningest coach in Suns history, going 579-543 in the regular season from 1973-87.
    15 Apr @ 6PM

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  • Celtics lose almost all drawings in pre-draft lottery, Memphis lottery odds rank eighth

    As it stands, the Celtics have a 42.6 percent of landing the Memphis pick. Had the Grizzlies finished with the seventh-best odds in the tiebreaker, the Celtics would have had a 20.7 percent chance of receiving the pick. However, had the Grizzlies finished ninth in the tiebreaker with the Dallas Mavericks and New Orleans Pelicans, there would have been a 73.6 percent chance that the Celtics would have landed the pick.
    14 Apr @ 9PM

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  • Fellow coaches vote Bucks' Mike Budenholzer Coach of the Year

    The 30 NBA coaches voted to give Budenholzer the Michael H. Goldberg NBCA Coach of the Year Award, the award of the National Basketball Coaches Association. The Michael H. Goldberg NBCA Coach of the Year Award for the top NBA Coach as voted by his peers is one of the most meaningful in all of pro sports,” said Dallas Mavericks Head Coach and National Basketball Coaches Association President Rick Carlisle. Mike Budenholzer in his first year as Head Coach of the Bucks, led the franchise to the top record in the entire NBA.
    13 Apr @ 6PM

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  • NBA draft tiebreakers could help Celtics' pursuit of Anthony Davis

    NBA draft tiebreakers can be a fairly boring topic with the playoffs just one days away, but there could be wide-ranging implications ahead of what should be a busy offseason. There were seven different ties this season with a shocking 17 teams sharing a record with another club, and the NBA broke those ties with random drawings at the Board of Governors meeting on Friday. Although they lost three different drawings, the Boston Celtics appear to be the big winners.
    13 Apr @ 2AM

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  • Dirk Nowitizki tears up after tribute from rival Spurs before final NBA game

    Dirk Nowitzki confirmed Tuesday what much of the NBA had anticipated most of the season, announcing his retirement in an emotional, star-packed ceremony during the Dallas Mavericks' home finale win over the Phoenix Suns. But there was still more basketball to be played after Tuesday. And there were more tributes and tears from Dirk.
    12 Apr @ 1PM

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  • Spurs beat Mavs 105-94 in Nowitzki's final game

    Dirk Nowitzki said goodbye to the NBA the same way he came into the league, smoothly draining a jumper over a defender to punctuate a passionate performance. It was only fitting that Nowitzki's final shot came against the San Antonio Spurs, a team he terrorized in the regular season and postseason. LaMarcus Aldridge had 34 points and 16 rebounds and the Spurs beat the Dallas Mavericks 105-94 Wednesday night in Nowitzki's final game.
    12 Apr @ 9AM

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  • Dirk Nowitzki announces retirement at tribute ceremony

    Dirk Nowitzki and Dwyane Wade dueled it out over the course of their career. On Tuesday night, both were competing for attention in the NBA sphere when it came to their respective potential retirements. We know that Wade is already on his way out, and several questionable videos have been released in conjunction with his final game at American Airlines Arena.
    11 Apr @ 11PM

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  • Dirk Nowitzki's Career Will Be More Appreciated in Retirement

    Dallas Mavericks legend Dirk Nowitzki played in his final home game on Tuesday night, telling the home crowd that he is officially retiring from the NBA following this season. SI Now's Robin Lundberg and The Crossover's Rohan Nadkarni weigh in on the
    10 Apr @ 7PM

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  • Nowitzki retires after scoring 30 as Mavs top Suns 120-109

    Dirk Nowitzki scored a season-high 30 points and then announced his retirement in the 40-year-old's final home game, a 120-109 victory for the Dallas Mavericks over the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday night. Nowitzki told the crowd, 'As you might expect, this is my last home game.' That was after speeches from Larry Bird and others he idolized growing up in Germany. The 14-time All-Star took the first eight Dallas shots and scored his team's first 10 points in the first three minutes.
    10 Apr @ 6PM

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  • Nowitzki announces retirement after final home game for Mavs

    Dirk Nowitzki cried near midcourt when the second quarter was about to resume. The Dallas Mavericks star nearly jumped for joy with a huge smile on his face after a rare dunk prompted thunderous applause from a crowd celebrating the final home game of his record 21st season with the same franchise. And then after Larry Bird joked during a postgame ceremony that he was "15 when Dirk came into the league and now I'm 62," Nowitzki let fly with a realization the 40-year-old said he reached in recent days.
    10 Apr @ 6PM

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