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The Dallas Mavericks legend's trainer told him "your full court sprints are timed with a calendar."
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Once a Big Ol' German Tennis Boy, Dirk Nowitzki Becomes Sixth Player to Score 30,000 Points in NBA History
Dirk Nowitzki made history last night, but he's been doing that for some time now.
Dirk Nowitzki played tennis, handball and basketball and had some problems in school. His former coach Klaus Perneker tutored him through the chemistry performance class and still has some anecdotes to tell.
After upsetting Miami to win the NBA championship, Dallas let half of its roster walk to chase future free agents. In retrospect, maybe that was a mistake.
In this VICE Sports Q&A, Dallas Mavericks' Harrison Barnes talks about adjusting to his new team and what it's like to be around Dirk Nowitzki all the time.
What Dirk Nowitzki is doing at his age, at his size, is quite literally unprecedented in NBA history. His peers on the court—Kobe, KG, Tim Duncan, Paul Pierce—have retired or are about to, but the Dallas Mavericks star has barely slowed down.
It's been five mostly middling years since Dallas won a NBA Championship. There has to be a better way to honor Dirk Nowitzki's twilight than an endless status quo.