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The 13-year veteran has options if he chooses to leave South Beach.

That's so 90s.

Call it Plan Z.

The Clippers essentially locked the center in his own home and refused to leave, or let anyone from the Mavericks in, until he was able to sign a contract.

Brad Keselowski also makes an appearance, delivering the film's tagline, 'Oh hell no!'

The four-time all-star point guard, who came over from the Celtics in a mid-season trade, was likely seen as having quit on his team.

If you're going to call out your team, you might want to dress in a slightly more low-key manner.

The pair had a heated dispute during a game, which then continued in the locker room.

Then, of course, it was time to strike a pose.

Dallas, with an eye on competing for the 2015 NBA title, makes a big upgrade at point guard.

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