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DALLAS -- Don Nelson, the second-winningest coach in NBA history, resigned as coach of the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday and turned the team over to protege Avery Johnson.
"I see a little slippage as a team," Nelson said. "The team is just responding better to Avery at this point."
"Nellie has earned the right to approach this any way he wants," team owner Mark Cuban said. "I just wanted to be supportive of any direction he wants to go."
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Am I confusing something, or did he miss an opportunity for a wide open J when he decided to penetrate and dish to Miller too? He should've dunked on that layup attempt anyway.
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