DALLAS – Dallas Mavericks sixth man Jason Terry was waived over for an interview session on his team's practice court at 9:45 a.m. Saturday. "Better get on over here," Terry said to a throng of waiting media. "It might be the last one." The Mavs face elimination tonight at 6:30 in Game 4 at American Airlines Center, trailing 3-0 in their best-of-seven opening-round series against the Thunder. If OKC wins, the defending champions are eliminated. If Dallas wins, Game 5 will be at Chesapeake Energy Arena on Monday at 7 p.m. The outspoken Terry appears willing to try anything to keep the series alive, and repeatedly said the pressure was on the Thunder. "The pressure's on them, all the way," Terry said. "They're kind of young. They might not realize it, but it's there. Hopefully, they'll feel it during the game because it's hard to close a team out, man. Then if you (OKC) do lose, then what? You start to think about it a little bit. Again, not a situation we want to be in, but we'll take it at this point." When informed Terry said all the pressure was on his team, OKC coach Scott Brooks said: "Well, it's good to be up 3-0. We don't worry about what other players say. … We know you have to win four to move onto the next series. The series is not over. Once you think that, that's when a team can come in and win. We feel we've done a good enough job to be in this position, but we definitely have to play very well tonight." The Thunder has beaten the Mavs in varying fashions – on a 15-footer from three-time scoring champ Kevin Durant that bounded off the front of the rim, off the backboard and in with 1.5 seconds left for a 99-98 victory at The Peake in Game 1; going 37 for 39 from the free-throw line for a 102-99 win at OKC in Game 2; a wire-to-wire 95-79 victory in Game 3 at AAC. "You look at the shot Durant hit in Game 1, the (expletive) bounces in," Terry said. "It hit the bottom of the rim and bounced in. I don't know how that happens, but it did. In Game 2, they hit their free throws. Then they came here (in Game 3) like they were still in Oklahoma. This was a home arena for them that night, but we held them to 95 points (OKC was outscored 10-0 in the final 4:54). … We just couldn't buy a basket." Terry has used various tactics throughout the series, vowing to explode offensively in the fourth quarter of Game 2 (he had eight points). Terry said "Game 3 is Game 7" for the Mavs, but to no avail. "We felt the urgency last game and that didn't work out too good, so we're going a totally different direction tonight," Terry said. "We're just feeling like if we come out here tonight and play our game the way we know we can, we've got a great chance to win." Terry couldn't explain what transpired in Game 3. "I don't know what happened last game," Terry said. "I've seen the film and I still don't know what happened. Give them credit, man. They played well. "We're going to push the envelope (tonight), whatever that means. We're going to go after it, man. I mean, what else do you have to lose? Do you want to end your season now and go on vacation, or do want to keep playing? I've got a lot of basketball left in me and I want to continue to play." This could be Terry's last game with the Mavericks. He becomes an unrestricted free agent after this season, along with starting guards Jason Kidd and Delonte West, which is something that is weighing on Terry's mind. "All that is on the line and all those thoughts are there," Terry admitted, "and that's more of a reason why I want to come out and play well tonight and get the win. You just come out and play hard, ride the emotion. It's going to be emotional for me, no question." There are still some tricks left in the bag of Terry, a streaky and frequently deadly offensive force in his 13th season out of Arizona. "No question," Terry said. "I broke every broom in the house. That's a little superstition. I don't think there'll be any sweeps going on. I've got the black shoes on for tonight. I wanted to wear the gold ones, but they (the NBA) banned 'em. I'm going to try the black suit thing, you know, the funeral. We just hope it ain't ours."