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If this weekend proved anything, it's that Jerry Stackhouse can still score in bunches, and Peja Stojakovic can still be really annoying.

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Jan Hubbard writes about the Mavs having to fight for their wins.

"We fought our way back in the game [against the Hornets]," Dirk Nowitzki said. "We hustled and we played hard. But we can't just keep doing it."
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Ahead of tonight's game against the Bulls, Sam Smith writes a bad article about how the Mavs and Bulls are the same. You know, except for Dallas being 12-6 and Chicago being 4-10...

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Sefko writes about the Mavs poor shooting of late.
But the recent results haven't been good. In the last two games, both Dirk Nowitzki (10-of-30) and Devin Harris (8-of-24) have shot 33.3 percent from the field.

In addition, the Mavericks shot 30 percent from 3-point range on Saturday against New Orleans.
The three point shooting on Saturday wasn't a fluke. Dallas is currently 23rd in the NBA in that category.

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Quote of the Day:
"We've got a lot of good point guards in Puerto Rico. Sometimes, they're too small. But they're really good. We don't have big guys. But in a 6-2-and-under league, we'd be the best ever."
-JJ Barea

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Sefko's statistical week in review.

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Paul Westphal listens to Radiohead.

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This Day in Mavs History
2004 Traded Dan Dickau and a 2nd round draft pick to New Orleans for Darrell Armstrong. Dickau played in 4 games for Dallas.