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Tuesday Morning Links

Two identical articles this morning -- both on the bad start, what the team learned etc...

"Adversity at the beginning of the season is priceless," Terry continued. "You'd rather have that now than at the end of the season. We're happy with where we're at. We'd like more wins, but as far as learning and developing, we're moving along."

And Sefko gives Terry credit for helping Dallas get back on track.

Through the difficult times, however, one thing has been consistent when it comes to Jason Terry. When he's entrenched as the sixth man, he's pretty good. And so are the Mavericks.

During the four-game winning streak, Terry has come off the bench in each game and is averaging 21.5 points.


Elie Seckbach talks to James Singleton.


Stop the presses, Mark Cuban will not be at the game tonight.  He'll be on a Thanksgiving family vacation. 

A side of Cuban they never show on TV -- He spent the first half of the Memphis game not standing and yelling at officials, but sitting with his daughter on his lap.


This Day in Mavs History

2005 Released Doug Christie. Christie played 7 games with Dallas.

Seven too many.