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Dallas Mavericks: DeShawn Stevenson talks 2011 championship, Dirk, and more
The Dallas Mavericks pulled off one of the biggest NBA Finals upsets in 2011 when they knocked off LeBron James and Miami Heat. DeShawn Stevenson played a key role during the Mavs title season. The 6’5 wing brought the team Stitched Utah Jazz Jerseys needed defense and toughness.

The current Mavericks could use a DeShawn Stevenson type. They will be searching for defense and toughness this offseason. It will be interesting to see if they can find it and make a deep playoff run in 2021.

Stevenson discussed his NBA career and time in Dallas on the Mavs Archives podcast. Let us take a closer look at the episode.

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Former Dallas Mavericks wing DeShawn Stevenson discusses the 2011 title and more
Stevenson was drafted by the Utah Jazz in 2000. Fans remember the playoff showdown between Karl Malone and Dirk Nowitzki in 2001. Here is Cheap DeShawn Stevenson Jersey what Stevenson had to say about that series.

“That is when I was like, ‘DANG, Dirk is really good’. That is when Dirk stepped up because I don’t think (the Mavericks) were supposed to beat us.”

He went on to talk about Nowitzki giving Malone fits in the series. That was one of Dirk’s coming out moments in the NBA and his first Cheap Karl Malone Jersey playoff experience.

The conversation quickly shifted to Stevenson’s time with the Mavericks. He noted feeling “disrespected” because he was viewed as a throw-in in the trade that sent him from the Wizards to Dallas.

They talked about how was the perfect fit for the Mavs and went into the story of Jason Terry getting the championship trophy tattoo before winning it all.

Stevenson told this story about the t-shirt he was wearing after the Mavericks secured the title.

“The whole time we played the Miami Heat, there was somebody that was trying to act like me and was stirring stuff on the internet. I had multiple conversations with Carlisle where it was like leave LeBron alone. I was like I don’t even have social media, so he looked into it and found out I didn’t have social media.

Fast forward to that, we win the championship and I am walking in the hotel… I get off on my floor and the guy had the shirt, so I was like, ‘Yo, let me get the shirt”. He was like I will give the shirt if you give me your jersey, so I swapped it.”

Stevenson left the Mavericks after the 2011 championship season. He signed with the Nets following the lockout.

Stevenson also discusses his childhood idol, his experience getting to the NBA, his time in the BIG3, and so much more. Fans should listen to the entire interview with the 2011 championship guard. It was awesome to hear what the former Maverick is doing these days. Hopefully, fans get to see him dominating the BIG3 again soon.

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The Utah Jazz (27-9) had a fun showing at the all-star break, with Mike Conley almost edging out Steph Curry in the 3 point contest and fans feeling great about having the most representation in the all-star game. Now, it’s back to business in the second half of the season, taking on the Houston Rockets (11-24) again at home. Holding onto the league-worst 14 game losing streak, the Rockets don’t get any breaks as they are on the receiving end of a back-to-back in altitude against the league’s best team after a 20 point drubbing from the Kings. It would be shocking if last year if you heard any of these situations, wouldn’t it?

On paper, the Rockets shouldn’t be this bad. John Wall, who looks to have recovered well from his unfortunate achilles injury, has been playing well. Christian Wood looks like an early pick for MIP, thriving in his new role. The Rockets have perennial Jazz-killers Eric Gordon and PJ Tucker, as well as previously injured all-star Victor Oladipo. They were trying to rehabilitate DeMarcus Cousins, who almost looked like a basketball player this season. And a familiar Aussie friend continues to be unfulfilled, injured potential on the Rockets bench (Dante Exum, if you’re wondering).

But reality is far worse. The Rockets have 8 players confirmed to be injured or sidelined, not including Victor Oladipo, who will likely be out on this back-to-back as he continues to come back from injury, or PJ Tucker, who will no longer Cheap Dante Exum Jersey be part of the team as the Rockets look to trade him. Wall sat out against the Kings with a knee injury, Wood has been out for about a month with two consecutive ankle sprains, and Eric Gordon suffered a groin injury against the Kings. Former small forward starter Danuel House has been out with a knee injury, while bench players Chris Clemons, Rodions Kurucs, David Nwaba, and Dante Exum have various ailments.

If Victor Oladipo doesn’t play for Houston tomorrow because of back to back maintenance then the Rockets leading scorer, rebounding Cheap Mike Conley Jersey and assist man of available players is Jea’Sean Tate

— David Locke (@DLocke09) March 12, 2021
Note that Jae’Sean Tate is averaging 9.9 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game in 22 starts and 34 games played. The next best available player would probably be Sterling Brown, with 7.4 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game.

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Bernard King had a successful NBA career. He spent 14 seasons in the league playing for five different teams. King was one of the best scorers in NBA history.

He quickly made an impact as a rookie, and he continued to dominate in the league throughout the course of his career.

Bernard King was a top player during his first few years in the league

The New York Nets selected King with the seventh overall pick in the 1977 NBA draft. The Nets later relocated to New Jersey and became the New Jersey Nets. King wasted no time during his rookie season and averaged 24.2 points and 9.5 rebounds per game. He was named to the All-Rookie Team after a successful rookie campaign. As a rookie, King set the Nets franchise record for most points in a season with 1,909 points.

King only spent two seasons with the Nets, but during that time, he proved himself and let the league know what he was all about. After his time with the Nets, he spent one season with the Utah Jazz and two with the Golden State Warriors. He made his first All-Star team as a member of the Warriors in 1982. That season he averaged 23.2 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 3.6 assists per game. He was also named to his first All-NBA team that season. At 6-foot-7, King used his length and quickness to his advantage, and defenders had a tough time trying to guard him on the offensive end.

King took his game to the next level when he joined the New York Knicks. During the 1983-84 season, he broke his scoring record as he finished with 2,027 points that season. The next season he became the NBA scoring champion Cheap Bernard King Jersey averaging 32.9 points per game. King was in his prime playing the best basketball of his career. The Knicks benefitted from having a player like King on their team. After King had a successful season, leading the league in scoring, he faced a setback the next season.

Bernard King overcoming a serious injury

It seemed as though everything was going right in King’s career. He played the best basketball of his life and was playing on one of the top teams in the league. On March 23, 1985, King suffered a devastating injury to his leg Custom Jazz Jerseys during a game. He had a torn anterior cruciate ligament, torn knee cartilage, and a broken leg bone. His injury required major reconstruction to his leg, and he was forced to miss the rest of the 1985-86 season.

That injury could have ended King’s career. But he was determined to get back on that court and enjoy the game that he loved to play. He was able to recover from the injury, but the Knicks released him in 1987. He then signed with the Washington Bullets and played with them from 1987 to 1991. In his final season with the Bullets, he made the All-Star. That season he averaged 28.4 points per game. He spent his final season with the Nets and played in 32 games averaging seven points. King finished his career averaging 22.5 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 3.3 assists.