Dirk Nowitzki

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  1. Riggins44

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    This is absolutely amazing. I am so happy right now. It can't be overstated how huge this is in terms of shocking the Caste System, with Dirk dominating like he did and winning the Finals MVP. This isn't something that the caste system can just ignore, like the brilliance of the Klitschko Brothers. Basketball is too big in the USA. With Dirk dominating Miami's Big 3 like he did, everyone has to acknowledge Dirk's place in history. He has catapulated himself over Barkley, Karl Malone, Elgin Baylor, and Ewing in terms of all-time greats. And Dallas can go for another one next year!

    In terms of White Championship Triumphs, this is right up there, maybe even bigger, then Green Bay winning the Superbowl and Duke winning the 2010 NCAA Championship. It is probably even better because, as someone said before, this is the first NBA Finals with a White Finals MVP since 1986!
     
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  3. white lightning

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    That is a Kokak Moment. Priceless. I want that pic and also the one of him holding the mvp finals award! Way to Go Dirk Nowitzki. What a stud! Let's go back to back Dallas. Here is my song dedicated to Dirk Nowitzki and all of the Mavs. What an unselfish team. A true joy to watch!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FF22cBZJsU
     
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  5. Anak

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  6. j41181

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    What makes the 2011 Mavericks victory so significant???

    Rick Carlisle - WHITE COACH
    Dirk Nowitzki - WHITE LEADER, SUPERSTAR, MVP, LEGEND
    Mark Cuban - WHITE, COLORFUL OWNER

    2006 Mavericks would've been great (had they won), but Avery Johnson (black) was the coach then. This year's Mavericks is so PICTURE PERFECT!!!Edited by: j41181
     
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    Very happy for Nowitzki and the white NBA fans even if Dirk is a race mixer.[​IMG]
     
  8. REDNOSE

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    The series turned out like I thought. The Heat were brought down to earth and LeBron was exposed as the over-hyped player that he is. Bron Bron is very exciting on the break, but his skills lack refinement. He doesn't look comfortable in half court sets and struggles in crunch time.
    Now to the winning team. JJ really showed up after a lackluster start to the Finals as well as the rest of their role players. It feels great to see that another white player was crucial to the NBA championship other than the amazing Dirk. Best night for the NBA in my mind in a long time. Hopefully this will open up some eyes and the millions of eyes watching the three ring circus of Miami has to be beneficial to our cause.
     
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  10. Vanilla_Sky

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    I loved the title on a Cleveland news site;

    "Dallas takes talents to South Beach, returns with championship."
     
  11. BeyondFedUp

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    Riggins44 you are so right on. This is huge. I think some of the guys in here might have been disheartened by my remarks early in the series that the refs would not let this happen, and that the Larry Obrien Trophy would "be handed to Lebron and the Heat on a silver platter via bias calls for the team with 3 superstars. Well, I am the first to say the league could NOT fix this one when the Mavs were so superior. What a way to win! Two out of the four victories at Miami! Huge! The Heat were almost unbeatable at home this year. What a TEAM the Mavs are! Not just individuals, and they played old-school, and they played great with each others talents and strengths! Congrats to this team and by working with a victory by teamsmanship and a great MVP series by DIRK! [​IMG]
     
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    One reason why I particularly like the Mavericks is that the Blacks on the team aren't stereotypical N-words.

    Instead, they mostly act decent and respectable, and therefore deserve respect in return.

    Miami's consists mostly of crybaby, selfish, self-entitled thugs.
     
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    Congrats Dirk and the Mavs! What an incredible accomplishment this is and it is huge on so many levels. It was truly a battle of good vs evil where good won. The Mavs also avenged their loss from 2006 finals, and of course from a caste perspective, a team lead by a White HOF'er wins the championship against a team led by 3 black stars.

    Major kudos the MVP Dirk, but also the rest of the team who really stepped up in the last 3 games, lead by Terry, Berea, Marion, Kidd, and Chandler. The better and more deserving team clearly won this series.

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  14. pistol pete

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    Dirk came through in the clutch again with big shots. I think his early foul trouble took him out of his rhythm somewhat.
    But he scored 10 points in the fourth quarter (18 in the second half) and had a great rebounding game too. Jet was absolutely on fire. JJ played great, hit some awesome shots and had five assists. Those two little guys were unstoppable.

    Brian Cardinal played textbook enforcer basketball. Another great spark off the bench. Stevenson hit some big threes. Both guys played with a lot of toughness and helped put Dallas over the top.

    Chandler played well and did what he was supposed to do. Loved the alley-oop from Barea. Kidd played very well and Marion had another good game.

    In the end the best TEAM who had the best PLAYER won the championship. Dirk is shooting up the all-time greats list. Bill Simmons has him in the top 20. Right now he is there with West, Big O, Olajuwon, and Duncan for the 9th and 10th spots on the all-time list. He should have a great year next year and be in the MVP race. With Caron Butler coming back along with a solid draft pick the Mavs could get back to the Finals.

    I love how fundamentals, teamwork, and great shooting beat one-on-one basketball.
     
  15. foobar75

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    Oh, another thing, I think I just figured why Pippen was drooling over Lebron a couple of weeks ago. Lebron is just another Pippen, a very good #2 perhaps to someone else who can be the #1. He's not and I don't believe he ever will be, on the same level as a true superstar capable of leading a team to a championship. He's an overhyped narcisist who got his comeuppance once again, and it feels great!
     
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    Congrats to Dirk and the rest of the Mavs. So far Jason Whitlock is right, there's more "baby mama's" than NBA Championships for the Heat.
     
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    Congrats to the Mavs and Dirk winning the Finals MVP. I feel good for the rest of the vets gettting their rings like Terry, Marion, Peja and Kidd. Sure these guys make millions
    , but one gets use to that kind of wealth. Getting the Championship is the mountain top. Their professional lives are complete. The coming weeks and year are gravy. Also, what makes this outstanding is that they beat a supposed affeletically superior team. Some believed a sweep would happen.

    The Mavs lead by Dirk just bit down and believed in themselves. It's good to read about a White superstar reaching the top then read the Caste media pile on it's chosen affelet.
     
  18. white is right

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    Yes he is largely a superstar by media creation. His play in crucial situations is more like a Robin than a Batman. This final proved(once again) that a team is a some of it's parts not the individual parts no matter how glossy they look. Going into the series it looked like it would be too much of a task for the Dallas bench to help Dirk against the 3 headed monster. Yet the bench and no name starters put them over the top. In contrast Miami got very little help for the "Big 3" from the bench and journeymen starters.
     
  19. texasheat

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    You are 100% right on that comment. The Mavericks team chemistry has been amazing all year -- and in previous years. Nobody bitches & moans. Jet needs to come off the bench to make the team better? No problem. DeShaun Stevenson needs to come off the bench to make room for JJ Barea for the final few games? Not a peep. And, they all know Dirk is the engine that drives the team & defer to him primarily during clutch time. It is a great TEAM and that TEAM beat 3 overhyped dudes.

    Speaking of which, this has to be the ultimate NBA Finals from a caste-busting perspective. The only NBA team led by a white superstar with several white role-players (Barea, Stojakovic, Cardinal) beating the media's wet dream of James, Wade & Bosh. "We are all witnesses" was LeBron's ad campaign awhile back. Witnesses to what -- the art of choking? What an unbeliveable statement for TEAM BASKETBALL. And, kudos to the media for finally giving Dirk and the Mavs their due!!

    Parade time here we come -- time to take the kiddos and head down to downtown whenever they announce the date & time!
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    Does this mean the best player in a black man's league is a White?

    Tom Iron...
     
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    And who turned out to be their wildcard? It was Mario Chalmers! In the latter part of this series, he played exciting basketball and kept Miami alive and gave hope to them. Bosh was the same underwhelming rebounder that he's always been. At the very least, a "big" is supposed to OWN the boards and play D.

    From watching this series, I stick with my view that Tyson Chandler is no longer in his prime. In a few games, he even got outrebounded by Bosh.. keep in mind, Tyson Chandler was pretty damn dominant in his prime, and, on paper, I would still say he should own Chris Bosh everytime they meet on the court, but Chandler just disappears too often for my liking.

    I'm shocked that CFers are continuing to refer to Miami as the "Big 3" and are saying that Dallas beat "3 superstars"..

    I'm not going to tear everyone on Miami down (because that would also minimize Dallas' world title), but, fact is, they don't have "3 superstars." When a team is being built, you usually want to have a few "energy" players at guard and at least one "energy" player at forward. A player that can hog the boards, play D and run the court. Miami didn't have that. Haslem isn't it, Juwan Howard is 38 and isn't it. While Joel Anthony did some good things, he doesn't meet the criteria of an energy F/C.

    Players like Gortat, J.J. Hickson, Channing Frye, and fierce-competitor Kevin Love come to mind. Psycho-T can certainly give good minutes to a team as well. David Lee could likely play that role also.

    For Dallas, even though Marion is no longer the dominant rebounder/defender he once was, he still has some energy left in him.
     
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    James' attempts to show humility in the aftermath are laughable as he is incapable of being humble. But then again, that's not just a "black thang"; when was the last time a White public figure showed genuine humbleness? White athletes are generally modest, but not politicians and "business" leaders; anything but. Most are psychopaths, the only personality type that can and is willing to fight their way to the top in the American madhouse.
     
  23. space hillbilly

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    I think so...
     
  24. jaxvid

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    Steve Sailer's got a good column about Nowitski titled "Basketball's de facto discrimination against whites" on the vdare.com homepage.

    I also note that the articles I have read about the win by the Mavs indicates that the Heat are disliked across the country. Why, according to the MSM just about everybody HATES the Heat, especially Lebron James. Why then, I wonder, does he have such HUGE endorsement contracts??? I'm guesssing black amerika does not hate the Heat, in fact they really like them. I think it's just more revisionist b.s. put out by the media to mislead.
     
  25. REDNOSE

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    I fear that Miami will go out and grab a fierce white rebounder or draft Jimmer and make it harder to root against them!
     

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