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Heat/Mavericks Finals Show It Takes A “Team” To Win

Game of of the NBA Finals takes place tonight, in Miami, Florida, as the Miami Heat play host to the Dallas Mavericks. There will be may outstanding players in the series, with the likes of Dirk Nowitski, LeBron James, and Dwyane Wade, but neither of these teams would be in the finals if they didn't get contributions from their entire roster. Michael Rosenberg, of SI.com, has the story, below.

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Mark Cuban Has Matured As Mavericks Owners

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is one of the most recognizable, accessible, outgoing, and controversial owner in all of professional sports. That being said, Sean Deveney, of the Sporting News, says that Cuban has matured in the last few years. View his column, below.

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Heat/Mavericks Much Different From 2006

Sure, the Dallas Mavericks and Miami Heat squared-off in the NBA Finals just five years ago, but other than Dirk Nowitski, and Dwyane Wade, these teams are vastly different. Ken Berger, of cbssports.com, has the story, below.

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Jason Kidd Plans To Keep On Playing

Dallas Mavericks point guard Jason Kidd, who has never won an NBA championship, says he plans on playing next year, whether or not his team wins this year's NBA Finals. Jeff Caplan, of ESPNDallas.com, has the story, below.

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Nowitski, Mavericks Return To NBA Finals After Five-Year Absence

Dirk Nowitski, and the Dallas Mavericks are headed for the NBA Finals, for the first time since 2006, and this time, both he, and his team, may be better.  Johnny Ludden, of yahoo.com, has the story, below.

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Mavericks Win The West

After a five year absence, the Dallas Mavericks are going back to the NBA Finals. For the second time in franchise history, the Mavs are Western Conference champs after defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 5 by the score of 100-96. They now await the winner of the Miami vs. Chicago series.

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Mavericks Win In Re-Dirk-ulous Fashion

The Mavericks made a late comeback in Game 4, defeating the Thunder 112-105 in overtime on Monday Night. Dirk Nowitzki scored 40 points, pulling his team out of a 15 point hole with less than 5 minutes in regulation. Dallas now leads the best-of-seven series 3-1. Read more to see more blogging from Scott.

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Mavs Win In OKC, Lead Series 2-1

Two days after losing Game 2 at home, the Dallas Mavericks win Game 3 on the road, defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder 93-87. Dallas led by as many as 23 points. Oklahoma City made a charge late, but the gap proved to be too wide.

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OKC Bench Big, Thunder Even Series

Kevin Durant scored 24 points for Oklahoma City, as the Thunder defeated the Mavericks in Dallas last night 106-100. The bigger story for OKC was their superb bench play, led by James Harden. He scored 23, including 10 in the final period, helping his team knot up the Western Conference Finals at one game apiece.

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Dirk Incredible, Mavs Win Game 1

Dirk Nowitzki gave one of the all-time great playoff performances to lead his Mavericks to a 121-112 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals. Dirk made 10 of his first 11 shots and an NBA playoff-record 24 straight free throws on the way to 48 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, and 4 blocks.

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