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Defending Champion Mavs Get First Win

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The defending NBA champions lost their first three games of the season. Even worse, the Dallas Mavericks lost the first two games in blowout fashion. However, in Game 4, the Mavs finally got their first win with a 99-86 victory over the Toronto Raptors.

So, who was the hero for the Mavs? It was backup center Ian Mahinmi, he had 19 points, five rebounds, two blocks and a steal.

Shawn Marion: No To “Dancing with the Stars

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Shawn Marion must be floating on cloud nine right about now. In the NBA playoffs, he played extremely well and helped lead the Dallas Mavericks to the franchise's first NBA championship. Now that he's a star, he can turn down opportunities others would die for. That's what happened when "Dancing with the Stars" came calling.

Ailing Dirk Surges Late; LeBron Disappears

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Mavs Rally Back to Even Series

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Down by 15 points halfway through the fourth quarter, the Dallas Mavericks looked like they'd be heading home down 2-0 in the NBA Finals. But the game wasn't over yet. In one of the best comebacks of all time, Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavs rallied for a 95-93 victory over the Miami Heat to even up the series at 1-1.

Thunder Choke, Mavs Go Up 3-1

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The Oklahoma City Thunder were on the verge of tying the 2011 Western Conference Finals. However, with about five minutes to go in regulation, the Thunder's youth showed ... as did the Dallas Mavericks' veteran mettle. After the game went to overtime, the Mavs continued to dominate on their way to a 112-105 victory.

Lakers Lose Again - Mavs Sweep Lakers?

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In one of the biggest upsets in recent memory, the Los Angeles Lakers are now down 0-3 against the Dallas Mavericks after the Mavs won Game 3 by a final score of 98-92. Going into this series, nobody thought the Mavs had a chance. Dallas has a playoff history of choking, while these Lakers have shown their clutchness on their way to winning the last two NBA championships.

Mavs Late Run Beats Lakers

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Nobody is giving the Dallas Mavericks much of a chance in their second round matchup against the Los Angeles Lakers, winners of the last two NBA championships. However, on Monday night, the Mavs proved they are ready for this stage with a come from behind 96-94 victory over the reigning champs.

With the Lakers up by five points with three minutes remaining, Tyson Chandler, Shawn Marion and Dirk Nowitzki all scored two-pointers to close the game to one-point.

Video: Zach Randolph Shot Sinks Mavs

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Zach Randolph might be the most quietly dominant bigman in the NBA. The large power forward for the Memphis Grizzlies was loud on Sunday as his 17-foot rainbow shot with 0.3 seconds remaining beat the Dallas Mavericks. The 104-103 victory improved the Grizzlies to 35-29 and snapped the Mavs' eight game winning streak.

Dirk Nowitzki Cools the Heat

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The Miami Heat headed into Monday's contest with the Dallas Mavericks riding a 12-game winning streak. Powered by suffocating defense and Dirk Nowitzki's offensive touch, the Mavs were able to put an end to the Heat's streak. Nowitzki scored 26 points in the Mavs 98-96 victory in Miami.

Nowitzki hit all ten of his freebies and added nine rebounds and two assists.

Spurs See Win Streak End at 12

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The San Antonio Spurs entered Friday night with a 12-game winning streak. They left with a loss against their bitter arch rivals, the Dallas Mavericks. In a close game throughout, the Mavs were able to use a late run to hand the Spurs a 103-94 defeat. The Mavs improved to 11-4, while the Spurs dropped to 13-2.

The Rest

Monday Ticker: Everton makes a pair of signings, West Ham after 'Chicharito' and more

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At Goodison Park, the transfer arrivals are starting to pile up.

Everton have landed defender Michael Keane from Burnley for 30 million pounds after beating Liverpool and Tottenham for the signature. (REPORT)

The Toffees had a busy Monday, the club announced the signing of Spanish striker Sandro Ramirez along with Keane's.

Are Derek Fisher, Kenyon Martin Starting an NBA Trend?

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30-Somethings are dominating the NBA these days. They're everywhere, making their presence felt in crunchtime.

Almost every team in the 2013 playoffs has at least one 30 year-old plus player making a difference:

Ray Allen, Dwyane Wade, Udonis Haslem, Chris Anderson, Shane Battier/Miami Heat, Jason Kidd, Pablo Prigioni/New York Knicks, Kevin Garnett, Jason Terry, Paul Pierce/ Boston Celtics, Kirk Hinrich, Carlos Boozer/Chicago Bulls, Chauncey Billups/LA Clippers, Tayshaun Prince/Memphis Grizzlies, Kyle Korver/Atlanta Hawks, Andre Miller/Denver Nuggets, Nick Collison/OKC Thunder, Pau Gasol, Antawn Jamison/LA Lakers and Manu Ginobili, Tim Duncan, Matt Bonner, Tony Parker/San Antonio Spurs.