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News » Mavs lose again in Memphis

Mavs lose again in Memphis

Mavs lose again in Memphis

The Mavericks held a 6-point lead early in the second period when Memphis scored 17 straight points for its first double-digit lead.

"We didn't defend well enough at the beginning of the game or really at any point or any stretch of the game," Dallas coach Rick Carlisle said. "They were shooting around 60 percent most of the first half, and it was a cycle we never were able to withstand. ... You definitely can't win on the road playing like that."

NOTES: Mavericks G/F Quinton Ross, who played for Memphis last season, missed his sixth game with tightness in his lower back. Officials reviewed Mayo's shot at 10:18 of the second quarter, changing it from the original call of a 2-point basket to a 3-pointer. Later in the quarter, they would check to see where Kidd's feet were on the 3-point line when he was fouled by the Grizzlies Sam Young. They ruled Kidd's feet were on the line, giving him two shots. Memphis, which played 12 of its first 19 on the road, is 5-3 at home. There was only one foul called on either team in the fourth quarter an offensive foul on Grizzlies G Jamaal Tinsley with 10:49 left in the game. ... The Mavericks hit all 10 of their free throws in the first half, and didn't go to the line in the second half. ... The Mavericks previous low shooting percentage on the year was Nov. 11 against San Antonio when they shot 35.4 percent. ... The 16-point loss matched the season's worst for Dallas. The Mavericks lost 111-95 at Cleveland on Nov. 28.

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