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Jason Kidd Had A Clear Message For Team Before Game 4 Win

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The NBA is where amazing happens, meaning there’s always history in the making.

No team has ever come back from a 0-3 deficit in the history of the playoffs, but there’s always a first time for everything.

Still, there’s no way to win three or four games all at once, and the only potential approach to being down in a series is just taking it one game at a time.

Also, confidence is a must for teams trying to get back in a series, and Jason Kidd knows a thing or two about that.

That’s why, before Game 4 even started, the former point guard told his players that he hoped they had packed because they were going to Boston the next day (via SportsCenter).

"We go to Boston tomorrow. I hope you guys all packed."

Jason Kidd knew all along 😅

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 15, 2024

The Dallas Mavericks came out firing on all cylinders, and they made a huge statement at home in Game 4.

Dallas avoided a sweep and managed to live for another day, and they’ll now have to replicate that success in a hostile environment by winning one on the road at the TD Garden.

Needless to say, even if they win, their chances of winning this series are quite slim, as they would have to win four games in a row against the most dominant team in the playoffs.

Then again, it’s just one game at a time, and if they manage to make it 2-3, the pressure will be all on Joe Mazzulla’s team.

Whatever the case, Game 5 will be must-watch television for basketball fans all over the world.

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