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This is the Mavericks' strongest department, and they didn't even show up? Hmmm...how did they even keep the game close? Lucky for us, the Heat were actually having a reasonably terrible offensive night as well, shooting 39 perfcent from the field.
Brendan Haywood had a very decent night on defense, with three blocks. On the offensive end, he could've had a few AND1's...but the Miami Heat used the "Hack-a-Haywood" method to their advantage.
Jose Juan (JJ) Barea and Peja Stojakovic were nowhere to be found. Barea had two points and went 13 perfecnt (1-of-8) from the floor, all eight shots were in the paint/layups.
Jason Terry was actually decent in the first quarter, but started to take wild shots during crunch time and missed very many of them. JET needs to make smarter decisions in Game 2.
The bench players for Dallas just need to show up. Period.