While the Dallas Mavericks have been anything but consistent, O.J. Mayo has been nothing but steady.
Coming off their most lopsided loss of the season, Mayo and the Mavericks try to get back on track Saturday when they visit a Cleveland Cavaliers team that has dropped four straight.
Mayo has been one of the few constants for Dallas (5-5), which has lost four of five after a 4-1 start.
The sharpshooter scored a team-high 19 points Friday and hit a pair of 3-pointers - increasing his league-leading total to 31 - but it hardly helped as the Mavericks lost 103-83 at Indiana.
Vince Carter and Darren Collison were the only other Dallas players in double figures, with 10 apiece.
The Mavericks will have to play better down the stretch if they hope to avoid falling to 1-5 on the road after being outscored 55-34 in the second half against the Pacers.
"We can't seem to sustain anything," said forward Shawn Marion, who scored two points after missing five games with a strain...