There's not much the most prolific German to ever play in the NBA -- granted, small pool -- hasn't done in his 19-year-career.

Dirk Nowitzki is intent on being the 12th player over the past 20 years in the four major North American sports to spend 20 years with one team.

Money has long since ceased to become a material consideration. Dude's banked nearly $242million in salary to date.

You're also not going to see him use dosh for so-called respect or keeping score.

So, what is he doing with his contract? Check it out at The Daily Player. It's unique, to say the least.

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But you're better than that, especially when you see how sturdy, studly, and -- dare we say? -- scintillating these wraps are. They'll add a unique accessorizing color to your cap, the back of your head, your hair, your chest (chain/strap not included), and believe it or not, your face.

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Go ahead and do it. We'll share in your joy.

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