It took until the last contest of the Warriors' four-game road trip, but they finally put it all together Saturday night.

After producing terrible defensive efforts and lackluster rebounding performances in the first three games, the Warriors completed the ugly triumvirate by adding uninspired offense in their 116-91 loss to the Mavericks at the American Airlines Center.

The All-Star break can't come soon enough for the Warriors (30-21), who have lost four straight for the first time this season and have looked awful doing it.

They've allowed their past four opponents to score at least 30 points in the first quarter and 60 points in the first half. They've gotten beat on the boards in five of their past six games and have been outrebounded by 24 combined in their past 10 contests.

If that wasn't enough, the Warriors' offense flirted with some new valleys and reached one against the Mavericks (22-28) - a team that came into the game yielding the third-most points in the league.

"It hurts right now, the way we haven't showed up to play the past four games," Warriors point guard Stephen Curry said. "Everybody has got to play better, and it starts with me. We've just got to raise our games a little higher to get out of this slump."