Rivers said: "Dirk Nowitzki!". With nine seconds to go, Clippers coach Doc Rivers grabbed the public address announcer's mic to salute Nowitzki, who received a standing ovation. Why on earth was Los Angeles Clippers Coach Doc Rivers calling a timeout with 9.4 seconds left and his team holding a nine-point lead?
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban appreciated the gesture by Rivers.
Dirk Nowitzki has been receiving farewell ovations from opposing crowds throughout the season.
"Let's go. Let's go", Rivers instructed the crowd of almost 20,000 attending the game.
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Our very own Dirk Nowitzki made National Basketball Association history on Monday night against the L.A. Clippers.
Nowitzki has never officially said that he is retiring. "I want to see how my body feels the last couple of weeks". As the Mavs are all but eliminated from playoff contention, the forty-year-old is heading into an expected retirement, but he still plays with the same dignity he's always shown.
Monday's game was the 1,500th of Nowitzki's career, which moves him into fourth all-time behind only Robert Parish (1,611), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1,560) and, John Stockton (1,504). What's he up to?' Then he grabbed the mic. I thought we didn't give [Dwyane] Wade, like it was a close game and I think they won the game and Wade played like he should play five more years - so I wasn't going to let that happen again. "That was an emotional moment and I'm really appreciative". A star at MI in the post-Fab Five era, he never averaged more than 5.7 points per game while playing for the Bucks, Cavs, and Charlotte and New Orleans iterations of the Hornets. He mentions the receptions in Boston, Indiana and NY as being especially memorable as well. "Much love, for sure".