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Old 12-10-2019, 04:21 PM   #5321
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I didn’t listen to the podcast, but why would they be stuck with Traylor? They could have just traded for Pierce. I thought Nellie was high on him also. Did they say otherwise on the podcast?
I didn't know that Boston wanted Traylor. I thought Boston was set on either Pierce or Dirk, depending on who dropped to them.
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Old 12-10-2019, 11:49 PM   #5322
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I didn't know that Boston wanted Traylor. I thought Boston was set on either Pierce or Dirk, depending on who dropped to them.
They were.

Simmons was suggesting that the teams at 7 and 8 (between Dallas and Milwaukee) could’ve decided to take Dirk before the deal had a chance to come to fruition.

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Old 01-15-2020, 01:09 PM   #5323
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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is contemplating retiring Dirk Nowitzki’s No. 41 jersey as soon as this season – if possible. “Dirk and I are discussing it,” Cuban told Mavs.com prior to Tuesday’s game between the Mavs and Golden State Warriors. “We’re trying to figure it out.” The only Mavs’ players whose jersey have been retired are Brad Davis, Rolando Blackman and Derek Harper. As far as retiring Nowitzki’s jersey, Cuban said: “The challenge is just getting it all done just because it’s not a lot of home games left. It’s only like (19) home games left, so that’s the hard part. – via mavs.com
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Old 02-10-2020, 05:17 PM   #5324
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@TheMulf: Mark Cuban just said on the Ben & Skin Show that they plan on retiring Dirk's number at the beginning of next season.
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Old 02-24-2020, 12:50 PM   #5325
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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is contemplating retiring Dirk Nowitzki’s No. 41 jersey as soon as this season – if possible. “Dirk and I are discussing it,” Cuban told Mavs.com prior to Tuesday’s game between the Mavs and Golden State Warriors. “We’re trying to figure it out.” The only Mavs’ players whose jersey have been retired are Brad Davis, Rolando Blackman and Derek Harper. As far as retiring Nowitzki’s jersey, Cuban said: “The challenge is just getting it all done just because it’s not a lot of home games left. It’s only like (19) home games left, so that’s the hard part. – via mavs.com
Dirk didn't just retire.... this didn't sneak up on him.
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Old 04-06-2020, 08:25 PM   #5326
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I just realized how perfect it was that Dirk retired last year rather than this season. He wouldn't have had a proper sendoff if he played one more season. We're so lucky as Mavs fans. We wanted him to play another season when he announced his retirement, but we had no clue this is what lied ahead.
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I just realized how perfect it was that Dirk retired last year rather than this season. He wouldn't have had a proper sendoff if he played one more season. We're so lucky as Mavs fans. We wanted him to play another season when he announced his retirement, but we had no clue this is what lied ahead.
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Still pisses me off that he had Wade forcing his retiring shit on everyone. And yesterday i remembered that because of the same year of retirement Wade is going to be in the same HoF class....blargh
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Old 07-16-2020, 09:26 AM   #5329
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Still pisses me off that he had Wade forcing his retiring shit on everyone. And yesterday i remembered that because of the same year of retirement Wade is going to be in the same HoF class....blargh
Is that really a bad thing? I don't think Dirk ever had a proper rival, but I think Wade is probably the closest thing. They met in the finals twice, and there was real animosity between them for years. Their names are linked in NBA history forever. Seems appropriate to me that they would go in the HoF together.
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Old 07-16-2020, 10:01 PM   #5330
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Is that really a bad thing? I don't think Dirk ever had a proper rival, but I think Wade is probably the closest thing. They met in the finals twice, and there was real animosity between them for years. Their names are linked in NBA history forever. Seems appropriate to me that they would go in the HoF together.
i guess that's a good perspective...
the contrast between them makes Dirk stand out more in some sense.

Wade was a great player in his own right but also a whiny cheat crybaby fake tough little bitch. Be a man and do your thing instead of the showboating and fake coughing crap.

That 20 seconds or so at the end of Game 2 is what I like to remember about Wade - Dirk taking it in for the winning bucket and then Wade throwing up a prayer with Dirk defending and Wade flopping to try to get a call. Symbolic how he's lying on the ground as Dirk walks away with his fist up in the air.
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Just for fun and bored:

Imagine Dirk coming out of retirement to suit up for the Orlando bubble playoffs. Body just needs to last a few months, spot up 3s.
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It's blasphemous that his fell off the first page..
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So glad he retired last year and doesnt have this trainwreck season as his last one...

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