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Was It Over When the Germans Bombed Pearl Harbor, or: Local Sports Greats Urge on Mavs

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Cash Sirois just sent this local sports-star-studded pep talk, which played on the American Airlines Center's big-screen before the second quarter of Mavs-Heat Game 3. This proved much easier to watch than Mavs-Heat Game 3. Among those making an appearance: Troy Aikman, Mike Modano, Roger Staubach, Ron Washington and a very pumped Tony Dorsett.

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