Luka Doncic, Mavs Top Warriors, Get Rid of Stripping NBA basketball

Luka Doncic missed a triple-double on one assist and host Dallas Mavericks combined an impressive 3-point shot and a strong defense in the 48 minutes on Tuesday night, saving the season by not giving the Golden State Warriors a triumph with 119-109 4 Western Conference Finals game.

Reggie Bulak tied six of the 20 three-pointers in the playoffs of his career. The Dallas defense limited the stellar tandem of Golden State by Stephen Curry and Clay Thompson to 32 points, forcing a series of the top seven to return to San Francisco for the fifth game on Thursday, while the Warriors led 3-1.

Trying to win back after three defeats, which scored a total of 43 points, “Maurice” dominated in the second and third quarters, which were separated by an additional 20 minutes. The Dallas rain hit the court through a leaky roof at the American Airlines Center.

After scoring 11 to 23 on three-pointers in the first half and creating a 62-47 advantage, the Mavericks responded better to the delay, receiving two three-pointers from Dorian Feeney-Smith and Doncic plus a fifth from Bulak in a 19-9 break, opening a 25-point lead. .

Dallas continued to lead with a score of 29 and then endured a late flurry of all-reserve Warriors to win for the first time after a 123-90 shock against the Phoenix Suns in the 7th game of the Western Semifinals.

Doncic finished the game with a maximum of points (30), rebounds (14) and assists (nine), while making three three-pointers in the overall Dallas standings. Feeney Smith added four trays to make up most of his 23 points.

Bulak turned his six three-pointer into 18 points, while Jalen Branson scored 15 points, Maxi Kleber – 13 and Spencer Dinvidi – 10 in the “Mavericks”, who scored 50 percent of the field.

Curry led seven warriors in double-digit numbers, scoring 20 points and 8 assists, but he scored just 7 on 16 and 2 on 5 from a 3-point distance.

Jonathan Cumming led the last ward of the Golden State with 17 points, while his reserve Jordan Poole had 14 and Moses Moody had 10.

Double-digit goals for Golden State were also scored by starting Andrew Wiggins (13), Thompson (12) and Drayman Green (10). The Warriors missed their first chance to score in each of the previous two playoff rounds before winning one game later.

–Field-level media

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