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  1. What an NBA championship means to the Dallas Mavericks' franchise...

    Art Garcia

    Mark Cuban could see a significant boost in the Mavs' value thanks to their title run.

    Story | Conversation | June 22, 2011
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Mavs put together complete team effort

    Art Garcia

    DALLAS -- Dirk Nowitzki has brought it throughout the NBA Finals. The rest of the Dallas Mavericks joined in the fun Thursday night. Nowitzki's supporting cast stepped up with its most complete effort in Game 5, bringing the Mavericks within a vic...

    Blog | June 10, 2011
  6. Rick Carlisle deserves credit, too

    Art Garcia

    DALLAS -- Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle has professed his love for this team, more so than any team he's ever coached. The Mavericks just love what he's doing. Dirk Nowitzki is going to get the lion's share of the credit if the Mavericks win the f...

    Blog | June 09, 2011
  7. Mavericks: No time to worry about rest

    Art Garcia

    DALLAS -- By any measure, the Dallas Mavericks are the older of the two teams in the NBA Finals. Much older, in fact. So it stands to reason that the Mavericks' well-seasoned vets could stand to steal a few minutes of wind each game while chasing ...

    Blog | June 09, 2011
  8. New role works for DeShawn Stevenson

    Art Garcia

    DALLAS -- DeShawn Stevenson understood the move to the bench Tuesday night despite starting every previous game of the playoffs. And he sees no reason to go back after the Dallas Mavericks knotted the NBA Finals at 2-2 by nipping the Miami Heat, 86-8...

    Blog | June 08, 2011
  9. Turnovers continue to bug Mavericks

    Art Garcia

    DALLAS -- The turnover bug continues to haunt the Dallas Mavericks three games into the Finals. And it's not so much the sheer numbers as it is the careless ball-handling that leads to easy points for the Miami Heat. "You can't give this team so m...

    Blog | June 06, 2011
  10. Mavs deliver punch heading home

    Art Garcia

    The Mavericks did more than knot the Finals at 1-1 by winning Game 2 in historic comeback fashion. They delivered a punch to the gut of the Miami Heat. "Oh, no question. That's a big punch," Barea said of the 95-93 stunning at Miami. "They were hi...

    Blog | June 04, 2011
  11. Jason Kidd upbeat despite ragged play

    Art Garcia

    MIAMI -- Jason Kidd's first two games in the Finals aren't much to write home about, at least from a box score standpoint. The Mavericks, though, wouldn't have stolen away the homecourt advantage without the contributions of the future Hall of Famer ...

    Blog | June 03, 2011
  12. Breaking down Mavs' 22-5 finishing kick

    Art Garcia

    MIAMI -- It started with a pose from Dwyane Wade. "He followed through and left the hand up," Mavericks guard Jason Kidd said of Wade's 3-pointer that gave the Heat an 88-73 lead with 7:14 left. "The big thing was he made the shot and at that poi...

    Blog | June 03, 2011
  13. Darrell Armstrong compares Mavs of '06 to '11

    Art Garcia

    MIAMI -- Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry aren't the only holdovers from the 2005-06 Mavericks. Darrell Armstrong, in the locker room then and on the coaching staff now, doesn't see much difference between the Mavs of five years ago and today's version....

    Blog | May 31, 2011