Dallas Mavericks rookie forward Nicolas Brussino, right, slaps hands with Dirk Nowitzki after Brussino hit a 3-point shot Wednesday against Washington. Brussino, who had 11 points in the win over the Wizards, will see if he can continue his hot hand when the Mavs play at the Philadelphia 76ers at 6 p.m. Friday on FSSW.
Dallas Mavericks rookie forward Nicolas Brussino, right, slaps hands with Dirk Nowitzki after Brussino hit a 3-point shot Wednesday against Washington. Brussino, who had 11 points in the win over the Wizards, will see if he can continue his hot hand when the Mavs play at the Philadelphia 76ers at 6 p.m. Friday on FSSW. Alex Brandon AP
Dallas Mavericks rookie forward Nicolas Brussino, right, slaps hands with Dirk Nowitzki after Brussino hit a 3-point shot Wednesday against Washington. Brussino, who had 11 points in the win over the Wizards, will see if he can continue his hot hand when the Mavs play at the Philadelphia 76ers at 6 p.m. Friday on FSSW. Alex Brandon AP

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