Our weekly look at which Mavs stocks have risen and fallen the most:
Lamar Odom –- After Odom crashed to an all-time low, with a one-point, one-rebound, one-assist performance and an 0-2-0 line sandwiching his first career DNP-CD, he’s actually had two consecutive productive games. This represents major progress for the NBA’s most disappointing player this season. You wouldn’t think that the reigning Sixth Man of the Year averaging 10.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists over two games would be a huge deal, but that’s how low the standards have fallen for Lam Lam. The Mavs hope his aggressiveness and interest level in the last two games is a sign of things to come, not fool’s gold.
Jason Terry -- Jet just made a fool of himself in Miami. The gold shoes were silly. The pregame talk of signing with the Heat was stupid and selfish. The 1-of-10 shooting performance was sorry. If you’re going to go out of your way to make yourself a story, you better have more points than turnovers.