One-on-one with Quinn Cook
New Mav Quinn Cook goes one-on-one with Earl K. Sneed prior to tonight’s game against the Miami Heat.
DALLAS — Looking to build on Saturday’s 96-83 victory over New Orleans and trying to secure back-to-back wins on their home floor, the Dallas Mavericks welcomed the hottest team in NBA to American Airlines Center.
Attempting to avenge a 99-95 road loss in Miami on Jan. 19, the Mavericks tried to return the favor Monday night on their home hardwood. The Mavs also tried to end Miami’s three-game winning streak in its track, facing a Heat squad that had won 16 of its previous 18 matchups overall. And with sharpshooter Seth Curry leading the way, the Mavericks (24-35) staged a 12-0 run the final 4:37 of play to sprint to a 96-89 victory.
“We got stops,” Curry matter-of-factly said after the win. “We got a lot of stops and we rebounded well. I mean, they’re a tough offensive team, so we had to mix it up, grind and keep…