Bobcats went to the free throw line just 16 times against the Mavericks, while Dallas attempted 31 free throws in the 105-99 loss.
Times are tough, and when you are an expansion team they tend to get tougher as the season rolls on.
However, there might be a legitimate excuse for the Bobcats to actually complain about the way games have been called. Which obviously is not in there favor. Regardless of who is to blame, I feel the more the Bobcats complain the more fouls they will get called on them and less calls given to them.
Saturday, January 22, 2005
Posted by Unknown at 7:17 PM
Monday, January 03, 2005
It is the third win in a row for the Dallas Mavericks, who have seemed to control early in their last few games by pulling ahead in the first quater on more than one occasion.
The Mavericks made 47 of thier 89 field goals, which is pretty good. That means the team made an overall 53 percent of thier shots. Nowitzki alone shot 14-of-25 and Nowitzki scored 39 points to make it his 11th 30-point game of the season. Josh Howard scored 25 points in the fourth, while Jerry Stackhouse had 16 points coming off the bench.
The Mavs won 123-104 against the Bucks.
Posted by SloMo at 3:01 PM