Dirk Nowitzki, the face of the Dallas Mavericks, believes it's high time that the organization sweeps the Lamar Odom experiment under the rug and turn the page on a new chapter in the team's history.

"There's nothing to say," Nowitzki said. "It's over. I thought as an organization we had to make that move to get him here, but things didn't work out the way we wanted it to."

After owner Mark Cuban grew weary of Odom's uninspired play, the Mavericks and Odom on Monday reached a mutual agreement to part ways. That announcement came after a heated exchange between Cuban and Odom at halftime of Saturday's 94-89 loss in Memphis.