The Dallas Mavericks beat the Golden State Warriors 116-113

Dallas Maverick prevailed at home Golden State Warriors from 116-113 on a new day in the NBA. Locals come from defeat at home with Milwaukee Bucks for 124-115, while the guests beat away from home against The Minnesota Timberwolves from 114-137. Currently Dallas Maverick he would stay out of the play-offs with nine wins in 19 games played. From him, Golden State Warriors He is tied for games won with Play-off positions with 11 wins in 21 games played.

The first quarter was dominated by the local team, in fact, the team achieved a run of 12-2 and had a maximum gap of 17 points (23-6) until closing with a 36-24. Then, during the second quarter there were several moves on the board and the quarter ended with a run of 19-30. Subsequently, the players reached the break with a score of 55-54.

in the third quarter Dallas Maverick managing to distance themselves in the standings, they won by eight points (71-63) to finish with a run of 37-33 and a total of 92-87. Finally, the last quarter was once again characterized by several changes of leaders in the standings and the quarter ended with a run of 24-26. After all this, the match finished with a final result of 116-113 in favor of the local team.

the victory of Dallas Maverick it was based on 41 points, 12 assists and 13 rebounds Luca Doncic and 22 points, two assists and four rebounds Tim Hardaway Jr. The 32 points, five assists and five rebounds of Stephen Curry and 14 points, one assist and 10 rebounds from Jonathan Kuminga they weren’t enough to Golden State Warriors could win the game.

After winning this game, the next clash of Dallas Maverick will be against Detroit Pistons in the Small arena of the Caesars. For his part, Golden State Warriors will play against Chicago Bulls in the Hunting Center.

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