Jazz at Mavericks6:30 p.m. Sunday, American Airlines Center TV: FSSW Radio: ESPN 103.3 FM, KFLC/1270 AM (Spanish) Records: Jazz 34-35, Mavs 33-36 About the Jazz: This is the last game of a Texas three-step road trip for the Jazz. Utah lost Wednesday in Houston (100-93) and Friday in San Antonio (104-97 in overtime). Overall, the Jazz is in a serious tailspin. Since topping off at 31-24 on Feb. 19, Utah has lost 11 of its past 14 games, including eight of the past 10. Only five of Utahs remaining 13 games are against teams that would be in the playoffs if they started today. Sacramento (6-29), Phoenix (7-28) and Minnesota (8-27) are the only Western Conference teams with worse road records than the Jazz (10-26). About the Mavs: Dallas must make some tremendous strides on this six-game homestand in order to have a realistic chance of making the playoffs. The Mavs are 1-1 on the homestand after Fridays 104-94 win over Boston. Of the 11 teams in the playoff picture out West, the Mavs have the worst home record at 19-14 and the fewest home wins. Center Brandan Wright came up big against Boston with a season-high 23 points two shy of his career high and added eight rebounds. Since they only play the Jazz three times, the Mavs have already lost the season series. The Jazz beat Dallas 113-94 in the second game of the season in Utah and 100-94 in Utah on Jan. 7.