DALLAS -- No time now for the Dallas Mavericks to lament Tuesday's critical 122-120 overtime loss to the Gokden State Warriors at American Airlines Center.
They don't have time, either, to lament the poor 4-4 record they put up on this crucial eight-game home stand. A home stand which could have put the Mavs in great playoff posision had they handled their business properly.
"I think we have to keep fighting,'' guard Jose Calderon said. "We have seven more to go -- we can't look back now.
"We could have played much better, but it's not the time to worry about what happened,'' Calderon said. "It's about seven more, and we have to keep looking ahead.''
The Mavs (44-31) open a crucial four-game road trip in Los Angeles on Thursday against the Clippers. They'll stay in LA to play the Lakers on Friday, then play at Sacramento on Sunday and at Utah on Apr. 8.
-- Dwain Price
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