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Would Dirk Nowitzki consider leaving Dallas?

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by djohn2o12, Apr 25, 2010.

  1. A_3PO

    A_3PO Member

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    Dirk isn't weaker than McGrady. You have it switched around. He's led the Mavs to several playoff series wins, including a trip to the Finals. McSissy ain't done none of that. He didn't play great last night, but Dirk has often been a warrior in the playoffs and carried the Mavs on his back. And Dirk doesn't open his big, stinkin' mouth nearly as much as McSissy and talked about he how "imposed his will" on games.

    Dirk >>>>>> McSissy, very obviously.
     
  2. Chinesexiaohai

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    Htown,best choice~ :p
     
  3. Pull_Up_3

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    Everyone talking bad about dirk and if he came to houston they would jump on the bandwagon and would drool all over the floor after seeing how good he is. He's my favorite player and i wish we had him.

    Imagine

    Lowry
    Martin
    Ariza
    Dirk
    Yao

    ( didnt include brooks since if we ever did get dirk im sure he would be traded as part of the deal)
     
  4. ferrari77

    ferrari77 Contributing Member

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    Cuban didn't let Jamison leave, Jamison wanted to leave because he didn't want to be the sixth man for another season.
     
  5. GetRed

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    Battier will probably be included in any trade and Yao won't be on the floor enough minutes to jump right into that spot. Leaving Dirk the "leader"
     
  6. Jontro

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    No way Jirk leaves Dallas. I don't know how this is even a discussion.

    Jirk is a douche as far as I'm concerned so the only other place besides Dallas that he might fit in is New Jersey. I would love to see him end up in Minnesota or Indiana and slowly fade into oblivion.
     
  7. Tiger23

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    f dirk hes softer than charmin tissue

    i cant believe alot of yall want the enemy on our team.. hes not a guy u say 'hey will us to a chamopionship' hes TOO SOFT

    fairweather fans? eh if it looks like a duck...
     
  8. Tiger23

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    WAT?

    ur seriously on somethin mentioning DM
     
  9. Steve_Francis_rules

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    What a joke. T-Mac can only dream about the type of playoff success Dirk has led his team to, including once at T-Mac's expense.
     
  10. PeppermintCandy

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    A Nowitzki/Yao frontcourt would be good enough for a ring. Will never happen though.
     
  11. IamKhan

    IamKhan Rookie

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    You are right, but it's exact the reason Cuban won't do it.

    Lowry
    Martin
    Ariza
    Dirk
    Yao

    It's such a balanced team.

     
  12. GetRed

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    WINNER!!!!!
     
  13. Ramathorn006

    Ramathorn006 Contributing Member

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    Some of you people are trippin if you dont think dirk would improve our team. I would love to have Dirk but I know it'll never happen.
     
  14. CaptainRox

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    I think Dirk will actually.He's playing with alot of frustration and I'm pretty sure I can find an article where he said he'd test the FA waters
     
  15. Pull_Up_3

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    LOL i know, dirk on the team man we would have the top team in the west IMO

    Like i said

    Lowry
    Martin
    Ariza
    Dirk
    Yao
    :eek:
     
  16. Ramathorn006

    Ramathorn006 Contributing Member

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    I dont think Lowry is ready to run this team. He needs to be more of a consistent shooter from the outside.
     
  17. vlaurelio

    vlaurelio Contributing Member

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    so you'd rather lowry shoot instead of dirk, yao, and martin?
     
  18. Ramathorn006

    Ramathorn006 Contributing Member

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    No? When Yao gets double teamed someone is going to be open and it wont be Dirk or Martin because those would be our best shooters. Lowry or Ariza would be open. Lowry outside shot is piss poor and he needs to improve that part of his game to become a start in the NBA. Just my opinion though.

    If you put AB in the mix the only guy they can really help off of is Ariza and he is a streaky shooter but much better than Lowry.
     
  19. Pull_Up_3

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    Yea thats really his only flaw. I mean imagine a high low of dirk and yao? Dirk either hits the jumper or yao has a lay up, hook or his turn around jumper :( ( miss seeing that all season)
     
  20. dobro1229

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    Dirk and the Mavericks problem is they have no other play makers for Dirk to play off of. I personally think the Mavericks have one of the worst half court offenses in the league.

    The offensive scheme is basically to dump it in the post to dirk, hope for a double team to get a three point shot and if they dont double dirk will be able to get a shot off. If they had a wing that could create off the dribble then it would free up the offense quite a bit. Kidd is a great floor general but he is no longer able to cut into the defense like he used to be able to.

    Personally I could care less if the Mavericks keep him or not but its not Dirk that is the problem, its a lack of continuity with his supporting cast. Dirk is not going anywhere, he will stick it out till they dump everyone else on the team by the end of next year.
     

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