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Mavs Moneyball Feb 28, 2015

Dallas Falls to Brooklyn, 104-94

Dallas drops its second straight game, this time to a 23-33 Brooklyn Nets squad. Dallas struggled in the second half, and missed Tyson Chandler terribly, en route to a 104-94 loss to the Brooklyn Nets. The Mavs came out with one of the most ridiculous starting lineups this season, due to Tyson being out of the lineup, with Rondo, Barea, Ellis, Jefferson and Dirk making up the first five Mavs out on the court. Despite maintaining a lead for the majority of the first half, Dallas just couldn't pull away. After the Mavs worked their way to a 39-31 lead with 7:11 left in the second quarter the...

3 key plays: It didn’t count, but Richard Jefferson’s tomahawk jam will be remembered

Feb 22, 2015; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Mavericks forward Richard Jefferson (24) drives to the basket past Charlotte Hornets forward Cody Zeller (40) during the first quarter at the American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Richard Jefferson's ridiculous dunk leaves foul taste

DALLAS -- Richard Jefferson caught the behind-the-back pass from Devin Harris and punched the rewind button. In the blink of an eye, Jefferson went back about a decade. Yes, that really was 34-year-old Richard Jefferson rising from the dotted line and throwing down a vicious tomahawk slam over 21-year old Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. The dunk was so stunning and so sweet that players on the Charlotte Hornets’ bench were falling over each other in shocked awe.
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VIDEO: Mason Plumlee talks Slam Dunk Contest

#PLUMLEE4AMERICA Mason Plumlee is the first Net to participate in the Slam Dunk Contest since Richard Jefferson did so back in 2003. The best part about it: He's doing it in front of his home crowd in Brooklyn. Big thanks to JR Sport Brief for the video.

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