The Dallas Mavericks had a chance to make up some ground toward the getting home court advantage for the playoffs, but instead the Los Angeles Clippers routed the Mavericks 94-75. The Mavericks offense struggled Monday night with only Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry scoring in double digits with Nowitzki putting up 19 and Terry scoring 12 points, and as a team they shot 39 percent.
The Mavericks were missing Jason Kidd and Lamar Odom who were out with injury, and their record drops to 0-7 when Odom does not play. The Mavericks
The Clippers offense was in the zone on Monday night as Randy Foye led all scorers with 28 points, and as a team the Clippers made 47 percent of their shots but the key in the blowout was making 11-of-32 from three-point range.
The loss for the Mavericks drop them to the No. 6 spots and 2.5 games behind the Clippers for the coveted No. 4 spot in the Western Conference.
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