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Mavericks Get Stuck in a Re-Session(s)

March 23, 20125 Comments

For most people, if you start to slip at your job, it’s hard for most people to notice. Sure, surgeons might get shaky hands, or postal workers hoard all their deliveries, but for your average Joe, that slow steady decline leads to a nice retirement party and some stale cake. But in the NBA, performance […]

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Interview With Dallas Mavericks Head Coach Rick Carlisle

June 17, 2011

Coach Nick spoke with Rick Carlisle during the 2010 NBA Summer League, offering very interesting aspects to how he views the game.

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NBA Finals Recap: Dirk & The Mavericks Show Us How To Play Like A Team

June 14, 2011

Coach Nick breaks down the finals, showing you the key components to each game. Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry could split the MVP with the way each of them played, while LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh shrunk from the moment.

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2011 NBA Finals Preview: Dirk Nowitzki and LeBron James Will Not Decide This

May 30, 2011

Coach Nick shows you the keys to this series from both offensive and defensive perspectives. The Heat appear to be uniquely qualified to guard Dirk Nowitzki, yet it’s the Dallas bench that has a significant advantage over the Heat bench. This should be a very entertaining series, and will be decided in the chess match […]

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Thunder vs. Mavericks Game 2: Why Russell Westbrook Got Benched by Scott Brooks

May 21, 2011

Coach Nick show you why Russell Westbrook would be a much better shooting guard than a point guard, as Eric Maynor ran the show to perfection during Game 2. Kevin Durant and Dirk Nowitzki were at it again, but James Harden hit some clutch 4th quarter shots to ice the game.

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Combo Breakdown: Celtics vs. Spurs and Lakers vs. Mavericks – The 3rd Quarter Is Key

April 2, 2011

Coach Nick breaks down the keys to the games from March 31, 2011 – The third quarter was where the Celtics and Lakers took control of the game. With teams this good, there is very little margin for error.

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