Dirk Nowitzki Loves Game Days

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — When we last saw Dirk Nowitzki, he was riding around in the back of a car with a DJ and singing “Satisfaction” by the Rolling Stones.

Now Dirk has re-emerged, this time in the Dallas Mavericks offices, and here we see what Dirk is like on a typical game day. Dude gets pretty fired up, it seems. (BTW, shoutout to Earl K. Sneed with the cameo.)

(via Mavericks.com)


  1. Atrain says:

    dirk is high lmaooooooo

  2. Andy says:

    i dont even…

  3. freal says:

    this isn’t even funny

  4. OKC says:

    I hope Ellis and the new crew brought in can at least get Dirk to the playoffs again. They should be able to do it with Dirk back in shape.

  5. Leggo HEAT says:

    it’s a parody of the geico comercials, for those who don’t get it. youtube.com/watch?v=C_0fyUYB3cA

  6. Mark says:

    Oh Dirk

  7. SB says:

    I think the camel is better but dirk isn’t that bad of an actor except office people aren’t as good as gieco ones.

  8. Walt Bellamy says:


  9. Kimmy says:

    Good commercial. But Dirk is going to give us the same show he gave last year; play a good game during regular season then go straight to fishin, exit stage left before the playoffs even begin. Sorry folks. There is just too much competition in the West, and Mark Cuban wasn’t able to snag a superstar to help Dirk out. Dirk can’t do it alone and he’s no spring chicken. He should consider moving to another team while he still has gusto, like Pierce and Garnett.

  10. GritWallOfChina says:

    I like how everyone is counting the Mavs out this season. I do agree the west is even tougher this year. The mavs missed the playoffs by 2 games last year with an unhealthy dirk. There are only a few players in the leauge who are ungaurdable when they are in the zone, Dirk is one of them. Nobody thought the 2011 mavs would accomplish much let alone win a Championship so making the playoffs this year is not a unrealistic goal. Its gonna come down to staying healthy, coaching, and team chemistry as far as who will be left come playoff time.