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Wednesday, 15 June 2011

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A photo of the 'little bonus' that Mavericks owner Mark Cuban gave to Nowitzki for being named the NBA Finals MVP.

MIAMI - Well it took them long enough but the losers of the NBA finals LeBron "Prince" James and Dwyane "The Court Jester" Wade have finally apologized to the 2010-2011 NBA Champion MVP Dirk "Mr. Class Act" Nowitzki.

LeBron, who has since been traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers, stated that he did not mean to make fun of Dirk when he played game four with a fever of 102.

And Dwyane added that he too felt ashamed at the way he acted which many sports writers described as antics that one would expect from jerks like Andy Dick, Gilbert Gottfried, or Tracy Morgan.

James said that he wants to be the first to say that truth be told the 7-foot tall German kicked his and Dwyane's black butts like they were hip hop artists Lil Romeo and Lil Wayne.

Nowitzki, who in his 13th year in the NBA has never engaged in any trash talk at all simply said that he can understand now frustrated and embarrassed LeBron and Dwyane were since even before the season had started they were already talking, laughing, and giggling about winning the NBA title.

Dirk then added that he just hopes that the two young players, with egos as big as Dallas, learn from their mistake so that they don't ever end up with choked egg all over their face and have to eat braggadocio crow again.

Nowitzki smiled as he said that the sports media and the rest of the country will not soon forget how Mr. LeBron James and Mr. Dwyane Wade let their mouths write checks that their butts just could not cash.

He grinned from NBA Championship ear to NBA Championship ear and then said that he hopes that LeBron enjoys his stay up in Cleveland and that Dwyane enjoys his stay in Spain.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Dwyane Wade does not know it yet, but he has been traded to Barcelona in exchange for Boniface Ndong, plus a Flamenco guitar, two cases of olive oil, one case of gazpacho, an autographed copy of El Quijote by Cervantes, $90 cash, and a recently discovered painting by Pablo Picasso entitled, 'The Merry Malaga Mermaid Meandering Mirthfully in The Mighty Mediterranean Sea'.]

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