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Sights and sounds from Dirk Nowitzki's final home game in Dallas

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21 seasons. One team.

On Tuesday, Dirk Nowitzki played in front of Dallas' home crowd at the American Airlines Center for the last time as the Mavericks hosted the Phoenix Suns.

Nowitzki came to play, scoring 30 points (11-31 FG) in his 32 minutes on the court. Not only was it a season-high, Nowitzki is now the oldest player in NBA history to score 30 or more points in a game, passing Michael Jordan.

As the 40-year-old has provided Mavericks faithful with a number of memories including the franchise's lone title in 2011, it comes as no surprise that he was honoured accordingly on such a momentous occasion.

Re-live Dirk's final home game with the Mavs through the best sights and sounds from the night…

Dirk arrives

No. 41. 21 seasons. One Team

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The Mavs speak on Dirk's impact

Tribute video

Former teammates show love

A hot start

Moving up in the record books

An emotional night

A season high

Dunk No. 2 on the season

30

A trip down memory lane

Steve Nash weighs in

The celebration continues

Legends

The announcement

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