2011 Dallas Mavericks

2011 Dallas Mavericks

With a brilliant shooting night from Jason Terry and a lethal final push from Dirk Nowitzki, the Mavericks claimed a 105-95 victory and clinched the 2011 NBA  title in six games.

“This feeling, to be on the best team of the world, is just indescribable,” Nowitzki said, a championship hat askew on his head, a soaked T-shirt on his chest and medical tape still wrapped around his torn left middle finger, which was injured in Game 2.

In his hands was the box score, which showed Nowitzki with 21 points and 11 rebounds on the biggest night of his 13-year career. He averaged 26 points and 9.7 rebounds in the series, led huge comebacks in Games 2 and 4, dominated fourth quarters and was rewarded with the Most Valuable Player trophy.

The Mavericks played from behind for most of the series, but they took firm control Sunday night, holding the lead for the final 22 minutes 40 seconds. They took a 12-point lead with 8:12 to play, and a “Let’s go, Mavs!” chant broke out among the vocal pockets of blue-shirted Dallas fans.

This was supposed to be Miami’s moment, one that LeBron James forecast last July, when he joined the Heat and giddily predicted a string of titles. But the Mavericks were deeper and steadier.

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