FabFourLakers wrote:Cuban: "I dont care if they didnt have shaq, kobe, malone, whoever...we still beat them and i believe we are tha better team now! GO MAVS!"
Nelson: "They cant make any excuses now...we've beaten them twice and not havin shaq kobe and malone is NO excuse for tha lakers pitiful game today, we are simply tha better team, i mean we had our own injuries...nash is equivalent to shaq malone and kobe isnt he?"
Nowitzki: "It was a good game"
Finley: "Both teams played hard"
Walker: "Im jus tryin to get a win man, i jus wnana win man...tha lakers aint nothin we beat them twice now"
Jamison: "I love this game cuz i like to get tha crowd into it...and thats what i did tonight"
Howard: "I outplayed walton and cook tonight...thats all i care bout cuz we're all rookies !"
Bradley: "Hey i had a field day out there cuz shaq wasnt there to rape me!"
Fortson: "Lakers are sissies! haha!"
now to tha lakers:
GP: "i didnt sign up for this"
George: "I am nothing without shaq"
Fisher: "I tried my best, but i failed again"
Slava: "Yea...yea...we almost won"
Walton: "i didnt throw it down like my dad wanted me to"
Udoka: "LEMME PLAY!"
Rush: "i jus wanted to tell all my hos out there that imma be home soon(winks at tha camera)"
Phil: "we didnt have enuff energy to keep up with them...they were jus too much and we're injured...hopefully we'll have shaq back next game but i doubt it knowing how he is"
DALLAS (Ticker) -- The surging Dallas Mavericks seek to extend their season-high winning streak to six games on Thursday when they welcome the depleted Los Angeles Lakers to town.
Dallas won its fifth straightwith a 106-93 triumph over New Jersey on Tuesday. Antoine Walker scored 19 of his 22 points in the second half to lead the Mavericks. Dirk Nowitzki scored 19 points and Michael Finley and Steve Nash each added 18 as Dallas placed all five starters in double figures. Rookie Josh Howard scored 11 points and grabbed six rebounds.
The Mavericks held a 52-38 rebounding advantage and are 16-3 this season when outrebounding the opposition.
The Lakers have dropped eight straight road games after Wednesday's 88-82 loss at Memphis. Los Angeles once again played without the injured trio of Shaquille O'neal, Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone.
Los Angeles finished with its lowest offensive output of the season and shot a season-low 35 percent (29-of-83). It has not won on the road since a 114-103 victory at Dallas on December 4.
This is the fourth and final meeting between the teams. The Lakers won the first two before the Mavericks countered with a 110-93 victory at Los Angeles on December 12 that ended a 26-game road skid there.
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