• Finalizado
    FINAL
    2015-09-12
    Argentina 71
    Venezuela 76
  • Finalizado
    BRONCE
    2015-09-12
    Mexico 86
    Canada 87
  • Finalizado
    SEMIFINAL
    2015-09-11
    Argentina 78
    Mexico 70
  • Finalizado
    SEMIFINAL
    2015-09-11
    Canada 78
    Venezuela 79
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-09
    Mexico 95
    Argentina 83
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-09
    Uruguay 69
    Puerto Rico 80
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-09
    Dominicana 103
    Canada 120
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-09
    Panama 62
    Venezuela 75
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-08
    Mexico 73
    Canada 94
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-08
    Panama 71
    Puerto Rico 78
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-08
    Venezuela 75
    Uruguay 77
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-08
    Argentina 92
    Dominicana 84

Dirk Nowitzki, Top 7 all-time


In the last January 6th victory against the Brooklyn Nets, Dirk Nowitzki surpassed Moses Malone in seventh place in the NBA's all-time scoring list. The German power forward achieved this milestone just 10 days after being placed in the eighth position then beating Elvin Hayes and less than two months after winning the 9th place on the list after passing Hakeem Olajuwon.

Nowitzki, 36, amassed 27,412 points in his 17 seasons in active, all in Dallas Mavericks, which is also the leading scorer in franchise history. Moses Malone stood at 27,409 in his 21 seasons in active, which was up to 13 times All-Star and NBA champion in the 1982-1983 season. The next goal for the veteran German player is none other than Shaquille O'Neal, who would score a total of 28,596 points, 1,184 more than the Mavericks player has. If Dirk continues without injuries this season is not unreasonable to think that he could reach even much higher before the end of the current season.

More difficult it seems that Dirk reach and surpass the fifth place the list, Wilt Chamberlain, who separated him right now more than 4,000 points, but remember that he still has two more seasons, in addition to the current, ahead in his contract. It's hard to imagine the German scoring at a rate of 18 points per game with 38 years old, although as Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant are teaching us, this year anything is possible.
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