Here at Mavs Moneyball, we've got the goods. We know what you want: you want to know the Mavericks inside and out.
That said, what better way to get inside the Mavericks (figuratively, of course. Literally would be super gross) then to interview the Mavericks second-leading scorer, Jason Terry.
As you know, the JET is always up for a good soundbite or quip. The man practically oozes confidence, or at least, I hope that's confidence. If he was oozing anything else, I'd probably recommend him to my dermatologist.
Anyway, Terry has had a rough few days. First he got denied by the rim on a game-tying attempt against the Lakers on Sunday, then didn't get the foul call when he was walloped on his game-tying three against the Jazz. JET prides himself on being clutch, so you can understand how mad he was. I think it shows in the interview. Click on over after the jump for a Mavs Moneyball exclusive.
Mavs Moneyball: Jason Terry, pleasure to meet you. Thanks for doing the interview, are you doing alright today?
MM: Okay...well. That was a tough back-to-back against the Jazz and the Lakers. Both overtime games that could have gone for the Mavs had you guys gotten a couple of bounces go your way. What's your impression of those two games?
MM: Right, I can see that you're pretty upset. You're a non-excuse guy typically, but it appeared you got fouled on that game-tying three-pointer against the Jazz. What's your take on the play and how it went down?
MM: Alright. You and Dirk practically carried the team offensively down the stretch in that Jazz game. Was that frustrating? It seems y'all are at your best when the ball is moving from side to side and everyone is chipping in.
MM: OK. I'll move away from those two games. What about these last four? Y'all need two more wins to clinch a playoff spot. Do you feel that you guys can take on any Western Conference team in the postseason, given how vulnerable every team seems to be in certain areas?
MM: Alright, l'll just move off of basketball. So, uh, JET....*clicks pen, taps on notepad*...do you like guacamole?
MM: OK, well thank you for your time, JET. Good luck in these final games and the postseason. Any final remarks?