The Mavs say this is a must-win for them tonight, for obvious reasons.
“Let’s continue to play desperate. That’s the only way we know how to play basketball. That’s the best way we know how to play. When we play desperate, we feel like our back is against the wall. Even though we’re up 2-1, I still feel like our back is against the wall. And this is a must-win game. Every game we approach, our back is against the wall and it’s a must-win game. Don’t ever come out of a situation where you feel like, ‘Damn, if I’d have did this a little bit harder or I did that a little bit smarter, I’d have gave us a better chance to win the ballgame.’ Lay it all on the line tonight and play Miami Heat basketball.”
They might be playing desperate.
So might the Mavs, for that matter.
Neither team is playing great, yet. Dallas 17, Miami 16, 2:01 left in the first.
The power forwards had all the power in the opening minutes of Game 4 of the NBA finals.
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