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  1. Mavericks can be even better next year

    Art Garcia

    MIAMI -- So why was this Dirk Nowitzki's last chance to win a title? That line of thinking made sense, especially considering the five torturous years and crushing disappointments endured by the Mavericks since their last trip to the NBA Finals. B...

    Blog | June 13, 2011
  2. Mavs: Everyone is a first-time champ

    Art Garcia

    MIAMI -- Dirk Nowitzki wasn't the only member of the Dallas Mavericks achieving career redemption Sunday night. Not by a long shot. Nowitzki's well-chronicled journey of NBA heartache came to an end after 13 years of misfires with the title-clinch...

    Blog | June 13, 2011
  3. Mavs prove teamwork beats star power

    Art Garcia

    MIAMI -- The team beat the stars. And that team is now the NBA champion. The Dallas Mavericks were the ultimate example of the sum of a group being better than its parts, getting contributions from across the board to close out the Miami Heat and...

    Blog | June 13, 2011
  4. How much was Brendan Haywood missed?

    Art Garcia

    DALLAS -- The Dallas Mavericks didn't want to pin Sunday night's Game 3 loss on the absence of backup center Brendan Haywood, but there's no question it stretched Rick Carlisle's rotation thin behind starter Tyson Chandler. Little-used Ian Mahinmi co...

    Blog | June 05, 2011
  5. Ian Mahinmi ready to act if called on

    Art Garcia

    DALLAS -- It appears likely the Dallas Mavericks won't have backup center Brendan Haywood for Game 3, increasing the chances of Ian Mahinmi seeing his first significant postseason minutes Sunday night against the Miami Heat. The third-year veteran so...

    Blog | June 05, 2011
  6. Peja Stojakovic liked his looks in Game 1

    Art Garcia

    MIAMI -- Peja Stojakovic was shut out in Game 1, his first scoreless outing in nearly three months. The midseason pickup took just shots -- all 3-pointers -- during an unproductive 15-minute stint during the 92-84 loss to the Heat. Stojakovic said...

    Blog | June 02, 2011
  7. Heat hurt Mavs with offensive rebounding

    Art Garcia

    MIAMI -- Getting pounded on the offensive boards by the Heat didn't sit to well with Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle after Game 1. "Our rebounding has to be better," he said after the 92-84 loss. "We're minus-10 on offensive boards. That's 10 more o...

    Blog | June 01, 2011