I’m actually not a LeBron James hater. I thought he had every right to “take his talents to South Beach”, although the extravagant manner in which he did it (and the flashy and foolish press conference/celebration in Miami) were a bit unwise. And his prediction that he would win at least eight championships was premature, to say the least.
So, I was more pulling for the Mavericks than against the Heat, but I have to say the jokes that have …
Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, and Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, have a lot in common. They both have egos as big as the city of Dallas.
But Mark has several qualities we’ll never see from Jerry. He has a humbleness that allowed him to put his team first. He did not speak publicly from when the Mavs won the Western Conference Championship to when they won the World Championship. And he said next to nothing …
At the beginning of the playoffs, I was pulling for the Oklahoma City Durrants, but I’ll admit it: the Dallas Mavericks have won me over. Rarely have I seen such a gritty, tough team.
Star forward Dirk Nowitzki woke up with a temperature over one hundred degrees yesterday. You could see how horrible he felt during the game, yet he soldiered on.
Through three periods, Nowitzki only had ten points.
Dallas center Tyson Chander said:
He was battling. Doctors trying