National Basketball Association icon Dirk Nowitzki announces retirement after 21-year career with Dallas


"Don't want to know too much", Nowitzki said recently of the plans, which include a giant downtown mural and other tidbits that were detailed in a news release last week around the same time Cuban told fans to show up early and expect to stay late.

Nowitzki, the future Hall of Famer who spent his entire 21-year NBA career in Dallas, finally announced his retirement late Tuesday, following hours of celebration and basketball that multiple Suns players called.

Dirk arrivesNo. 41. 21 seasons.

Nowitzki added that he was "super, super emotional" as he addressed the crowd, according to USA Today.

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"I've put you guys on a helluva ride with a lot of ups and downs and you guys always stuck with me and supported me, and I appreciate it".

He will go down as one of the greatest to ever play the game and one of the most entertaining players to ever watch. His 31,540 points are sixth all-time, as are his 7,238 free throws, and he ranks third in games and minutes played, behind only Robert Parish and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. But Nowitzki appears to be on his way to ending an illustrious career in style.

"Wow. I'm a little overwhelmed, as you would think". You may look at the numbers and (see) I'm only taking six shots a game.

Before the game, an extraordinary scene unfolded at the arena, as scores of Mavericks employees lined a parking garage to cheer the arrival of Nowitzki. Nowitzki said he gave nearly all he had in the final home game but wanted to put up a few more jumpers against probably the biggest rival of his career.

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Dallas Mavericks legend Dirk Nowitzki has made it official: He'll be retiring at the conclusion of this season. "I think we've made a big deal about this being his past year, and I think he's coming back".

After returning from his ankle injury, Nowitzki notched career lows this season in most major categories. Bryant retired three years ago.

"It will never be the same around here", said Rick Carlisle, who coached Nowitzki for his final 11 seasons.

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