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Former Dallas Mavericks head coach Don Nelson sure wasn’t kidding when acknowledging upon his resignation on Mar. 19 that the team simply was responding better to assistant coach Avery Johnson.

Now that shouldn’t necessarily be seen as a knock towards Nellie; besides, he is the NBA’s second winningest coach all-time and is the Mavericks franchise leader in both wins (339) and winning percentage (.575%). However, with The Li’l General now on board on a full-time basis, Dallas may boldly go where no Nelson-led squad has gone before: the NBA Finals.
Since Duncan went down, the Spurs have been struggling. The Mavericks on the other hand just got their full healthy roster back and are rolling. It could get interesting in the last two weeks of the regular season.

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Are the Mavericks Texas' best team?
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