BOSTON -- Jason Terry has heard all the news about how OJ Mayo has carried the Dallas Mavericks on offense this season.
From where Terry is standing, it's a different Mayo than the one who came off the bench the past two seasons for the Memphis Grizzlies.
"O.J. Mayo, obviously coming there from Memphis, who has definitely turned into an entirely different player,'' Terry said. "If you hear coming out of their locker room what he’s
done different, he’s brought better work habits.
"He’s been there at night and he’s coming early before the game, so I think that’s carrying over for him. He’s always been a great talent, but there’s been some question about his work ethic
and obviously this year he’s putting the work in and it’s starting to show.''
Mayo leads the Mavs with 20.8 points per game, and also leads the NBA in three-point shooting at 53 percent.
-- Dwain Price
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