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Monday Roundup

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


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."

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...


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.


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


Sefko's statistical week in review.


Paul Westphal listens to Radiohead.


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.