Dirk Nowitzki


Chad Andrus joins Adam Mares, Harrison Wind, Brendan Vogt, Eric Wedum (D-Line) to discuss the Milwaukee Bucks’ chances of capturing the NBA Championship at Disney World, what he remembers from covering Dirk Nowitzki in Dallas early in his career, and if Dinger is actually the worst mascot in all of sports. Then, The Steps. Online With D-Line https://twitter.com/katywinge/status/1273624720231985152?s=20 https://twitter.com/Rockies/status/1272957384843857920?s=20 https://twitter.com/EricSpyrosNBA/status/1273705731020079106?s=20 https://twitter.com/alecgwin/status/1273762393584066560?s=20 DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link 

Wind and Clark try to recap a wild Tuesday in the NBA, from Magic Johnson’s resignation to Dirk Nowitzki and Dwyane Wade’s final home games, discuss the Nuggets’ loss to the Jazz and Nikola Jokic’s continued struggles against the Rudy Gobert and Derrick Favors frontcourt. Also, why the tune of Denver’s defeat quickly changed 30 minutes after the loss, and what needs to happen for the Nuggets to take the two seed and avoid the Rockets and Warriors DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link

The fadeaway Nikola Jokic began toying around with while he was on the mend from a sprained ankle last winter looked like the shot Dirk Nowitzki made famous except for one crucial difference. When Nowitzki went to his signature shot, he jumped off his left foot and raised his right leg into the air as if a string connected it to his elbow. Jokic jumped off his right foot and thrust his left leg into the air instead, a more awkward spin on the fallaway Nowitzki used again and again on his way to more than 30,000 career points. “My whole body is wrong, so…” Jokic joked, trying to make sense of his wrong-footed fallaway. High release points and soft…