And so goes the road of stumbles and falls. The Golden State Warriors capped a winless four-game road trip with a 116-91 laugher to the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday night. Whether it’s tired legs or injured bodies, something is certainly wrong. Golden State’s fourth consecutive loss marks the worst losing streak of the season. “We’re fine,” Warriors coach Mark Jackson said. “There is no panic. We lost another game. We did not play well. We made mistakes. We did not put together 48 minutes of basketball. But there is going to be no panic, we’ll regroup and be prepared for the next one.” The next one comes at home on Tuesday against the Rockets, the last contest before the All-Star Break. Maybe drained effort is to be expected, as the Warriors have played 10 games in 16 days, eight of which have come on the road. Of course, Jackson won’t allow any excuses. “I won’t give any credit to fatigue; that has nothing to do with us.”