A Look at Dirk Nowitzki’s Greatest head-to-head Matchups. From Timmy, KG, and The Black Mamba to Vinsanity, T-Mac, and The Answer, here is how each head to head matchup played out.
Ever since 1998 Dallas Mavericks fans have had the pleasure to watch and root for one of the greatest NBA players of all time. Dirk is an NBA Champion, Finals MVP, League MVP, 13x All-Star, and 12x All-NBA. Along with racking up these impressive accolades, Dirk Nowitzki has gone toe-to-toe with many of the greatest players to ever step on a basketball court. Not only has he competed against the best but Dirk has many times beaten the best. Enjoy this list of some of the greatest players that Dirk Nowitzki has played against including matchup stats, win/loss record, and top games for each. Looking through this history of data one thing is for sure, Dirk can take on anybody.
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Week 11 standings, game recaps, Western Conference power rankings, and team stats summary.
To start the new year the Mavericks remain under .500 at 17-19. They are 4 games back of the Southwest Division lead, 3 games back from the 8th seed in the West, and 7.5 games back from the 1st place team in the West.
This week went just about as you could have predicted for the Dallas Mavericks. They won all of their home games, moving to 15-3 at home, and lost all of their road games, now 2-16 outside of Dallas. That is just a ridiculous split that has to give at some point, hopefully in the form of more road wins as they head to the east coast this week for a trio of games.
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Should Jalen Brunson be in the Mavericks Rotation?
Dallas Mavericks rookie point guard Jalen Brunson filled in admirably during the absence of J.J. Barea and Dennis Smith Jr., but with the Mavericks back court healthy again, he finds himself out of Head Coach Rick Carlisle’s rotation.
Brunson started eight games in December with Smith nursing a sprained right wrist. He has since received a DNP-Coaches Decision in three of the Mavericks last four games, including the final game before Smith’s return.
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This 2018-2019 season has been a blast so far for Mavericks fans. We get to watch the greatest Maverick of all time play with the best prospect the Mavs have ever had. With the long time greatness of Dirk Nowitzki and the meteoric rise to stardom of Luka Dončić, it is easy to forget some of the other great players that have worn Dallas across their chest in the 39 years the franchise has been in existence.
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I am not going to get into why Luka Dončić should be an All-Star this season, I will leave that to my last few articles on the subject combined with Luka’s nightly performance for the Dallas Mavericks as why he should be on everyone’s All-Star ballots.
For those of you who are already looking to maximize your Luka Dončić All-Star votes here is an easy daily routine to make sure you give Luka the best chance to share the court with the best basketball players in the World where he belongs.
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Week 10 standings, game recaps, Western Conference power rankings, and team stats summary.
The Dallas Mavericks have concluded their brutal 4 game road stretch this week and per usual for the Mavs on the road this season they lost all 4. That now puts the Mavericks road record at 2-14, while at home this season they are an impressive 13-3. The Mavericks are now 3-7 in their last 10 games and have lost 6 games in a row.
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Week 9 standings, game recaps, Western Conference power rankings, and team stats summary.
With just 1 win and 3 losses this week, the Dallas Mavericks dropped from 7th place to 9th and out of the current playoff picture. The Mavs still have big time struggles on the road, losing two more this week and dropping to 2-11 this season while playing away from the American Airlines Center.
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There are several reasons why getting a win in Denver last night would have been a big deal.
- The Lakers, Clippers, and Grizzlies had all lost so the Western Conference rankings were ready to climb
- The Mavericks had lost 2 very winnable games against the Suns & Kings
- This would be the 2nd time this season that the Mavericks would beat a #1 seed team in the west.
- This was the beginning of a 4-game Western Conference road trip.
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All Star voting has been announced. Here is when and how you can vote for Luka Doncic to be a 2019 NBA All-Star.
Voting for the 2019 NBA All-Star game will begin on Tuesday, December 25 at 11 am ET, just before the series of 5 Christmas Day games begin. Voting will last 28 days and end on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 21 at 11:59 pm ET.
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After another letdown on the road, the Dallas Mavericks return home tonight to face Sacramento Kings for a 6 pm CT tipoff at the AAC. This will be the 4th matchup between Dennis Smith Jr and De’Aaron Fox, second year point guards that were taken #9 and #5 respectively in the 2017 NBA draft.
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