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The NBA is already without Paul George, Rajon Rondo and Kevin Durant to start the season due to injuries. What about LeBron? How long before he burns out? Based on his minutes, he’s played an extra season over the last 3 1/2 years. It’s time to reduce the games, not the minutes, Adam Silver.
What might have been if Steve Nash had stayed in Dallas? That’s what he wants to know.
Strange, but this short video meant to pump up the American Airlines Center is funnier in almost every way than the actual “Anchorman” sequel.
More like what would your Dad say if he saw this video…probably something like “Grow up, Vince.” Screw you Dad! Mavericks just wanna have fun! Watch the entire team embarrass themselves after the jump.
The Dallas Mavericks Are Bringing “Omar The Barber” To Their Next Game In Anticipation Of Reaching .500
You might have noticed that some Dallas Mavericks have been growing out their beards this season – not until they climbed back to .500 would they shave, was the plan. Well now they’re one game away, and they’re bringing a barber to their next game against Indiana.
What Happened Last Night: Danica Patrick Finished 8th At The Daytona 500, Lakers Edge Out The Mavericks
So, as you might’ve heard, our friends at RotoExperts and your trusty SportsGrid folk are combining forces. Okay, so this might not have happened last night, per se, but we figured we should probably tell some people.
There were sports on TV last night. There are sports on TV most nights. Every night, in fact, except that one weird day during the summer over the All-Star Break when there’s no baseball. So, in case you were out being a person, we’ll let you know what happened.
Dirk Nowitzki, as you might imagine, is virtually unstoppable in mini-hoop basketball. The Mavericks superstar has length for days, a smooth stroke, and his plodding stride isn’t a negative in such a small court. So when Dirk visited the Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, he was a huge mismatch on paper for little dude Will Kolassa. But Will could play, too, and the two produced this entertaining battle.