Nowitzki, Mavs Start Chase For Elusive Playoff Series WinDirk Nowitzki goes into his 19th season looking to get Dallas into the top four in the Western Conference because the big German believes that is the easiest way to advance in the playoffs.
Star-Studded Event To Support Minnie's Food PantryDallas philanthropist Pat Smith and "Entertainment Tonight" host Kevin Frasier will host a star-studded dinner to help relieve hunger in our community and around the world.
Opinion: Civil-Rights Protests? Dirk And The Mavs Want InAn assortment of NFL players have expressed the hope that a prominent white professional athlete would join in the National-Anthem-tied cause for social change as it relates to police conflicts with African-Americans.
Mavericks Re-sign 13-Time All-Star Dirk NowitzkiThe 38-year-old star signed a two-year, $50 million contract on Wednesday — $10 million more than the deal struck before contracts could be signed.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: July 11th-July 15thThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
Chris Arnold Stories: An International Superstar Was Stolen From The MavericksIn the latest episode, Chris says the Mavericks were to sign an international superstar but he was STOLEN by the Rockets, and is now in the Hall of Fame.
Report: Dallas Mavericks & Dirk Nowitzki Reach 2-Year, $40 Mil DealThe Dallas Mavericks and forward Dirk Nowitzki have reached a deal to keep the star player with the club for 2-more years.
Why A Chandler Parsons Departure Could Result In A Mavs RebuildFor the first time in years, the Dallas Mavericks may finally face the inevitable.
Nowitzki Officially Opts Out Of Contract With MavsDirk Nowitzki has opted out of his contract according to Mike Fisher.
Dirk To The Warriors? Good LuckIf the Warriors had it their way, Kevin Durant would be in the bay area this coming season. But they also have their eyes on Dirk Nowitzki.
Nowitzki & Odor Pose For Silly Punch PictureA pair of North Texas sports legends were together for some friendly bro time on Thursday, as Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki and Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor posed for an amusing photograph.
Dirk Not Retiring, All But Certain To Return To Dallas MavericksThe 7-foot German even says he might have to "unretire" from his national team if uncertainty with European basketball leads to a pre-Olympic tournament ending up in Nowitzki's home country this summer.