Dirk Nowitzki further solidified his Hall of Fame legacy on Tuesday night by becoming the seventh player in NBA history to reach 30,000 career points. The Dallas Mavericks legend came into his team’s home game against the Los Angeles needing 20 points to achieve the feat and did so with just under 11 minutes remaining in the second quarter with one of his patented fadeaway jumpers.
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The Mavericks announced Dirk’s achievement and played a career highlight package on the video board roughly a minute later after a Lakers timeout. Naturally, L.A. called timeout because Nowitzki had bested them again with a contested three-pointer from the top of the circle.
Mark Cuban got pretty emotional about it all during the break, asRead More »from Dirk Nowitzki becomes 7th NBA player to reach 30,000 career points