I'm not saying that was the real Croshere and the Mavs can bank on him to do that again, but just the fact that he CAN do it and is one of the last players on the Mavs bench says a lot about the team's depth.
Dwain Price had a pretty nice stat about Croshere's night in his game recap.
Obviously the whole team was pretty excited for him after the game.
"I just laughed when I saw it," Jason Terry said. "First of all, the jersey was like a dress on him. We knew he was up to something back there."
At any rate, his teammates could not have been happier for Croshere, who puts in as much time in the gym as anybody on the team with the possible exception of Nowitzki.
"Nobody deserves it more than him," Jerry Stackhouse said. "It's just another reason why we have the best locker room in basketball."
And Croshere definitely caught Seattle off guard.
"We knew he [Croshere] was a shooter, but he just hasn't been playing so he really wasn't in our game plan," Wilcox said. "He came out and hit big shots. Tonight was his night. It's as simple as that."
Art Garcia reports that J.J. Barea will be called up from Fort Worth after their game against Bakersfield tonight.
Barea completes his first stint in the NBA Development League tonight, when the Flyers host Bakersfield. Barea has averaged 27.6 points, 7.7 assists and 5.3 rebounds in seven games, including games of 43 and 41 points.
And Sefko has a short article about who the Mavs think is the most dangerous shooter in the league - Ray Allen was on pretty much everyone's list.
Eddie Jones was cut by Memphis and will sign with Miami, but accoding to the Commercial-Appeal in Memphis, Dallas was in on Eddie Jones as well.
He came close to signing with the Mavericks -- arguably giving Jones his best shot at winning a championship. Despite strong interest from Mavs management, coach Avery Johnson wouldn't make Jones promises about playing time.
Around the NBA: Boston lost their twelfth game in a row.
The Cavs blew out Golden State without 'The Chosen One'.