Trade May Ruin Mavs' Future

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Always putting on a happy face for the crowd, Jason Terry gave it everything he had after Monday's practice.

What do you do without Dirk Nowitzki?

"Grind it out," he said. "Win as many as you can. Stay upbeat. Stay positive.

"Today was a day we got better, I thought."

Terry was holding his own with the media, too, until he talked too long, a dangerous habit for anyone, and compared the Mavs' predicament with the Cowboys'.

"Nobody felt sorry for them when Tony Romo went down."

Probably not an analogy you want to make, Jason.

Besides, what's...

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