Dallas Mavericks wins 134-132 over Golden State Warriors

Dallas Mavericks wins 134-132 over Golden State Warriors

Dallas Mavericks beat as a local Golden State Warriors by 134-132 in a new NBA day. The locals come from suffering a defeat at home with Golden State Warriors by 116-147. For their part, the visitors won away from home against Dallas Mavericks by 116-147. For the moment Dallas Mavericks would be left out of the Play-off positions with 10 games won out of 24 played, while Golden State Warriors continues in play-off positions with 12 victories in 23 games played.

The first quarter was marked by the leadership of the Dallas Mavericks players, in fact, they got an 18-2 run and widened the difference to a maximum of 16 points (18-2) until they finished with a result of 35-31. After this, in the second quarter the local team distanced themselves on the scoreboard and increased the difference to a maximum of 10 points (49-39) during the quarter, which ended with a partial result of 37-33. After this, the teams reached the break with a 72-64 in the electronic.

During the third quarter there were several movements on the scoreboard, which ended with a partial score of 34-37 and a 106-101 total. Finally, during the last quarter the visitors also reduced distances again in the light, although it was not enough to win the game and the quarter ended with a partial result of 28-31. After all this, the match ended with a final result of 134-132 in favor of the locals.

Much of the victory of Dallas Mavericks was cemented from 42 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds of Luka Doncic and the 18 points, three assists and 10 rebounds of Kristaps Porzingis. The 57 points, five assists and two rebounds of Stephen Curry and the 22 points, an assist and five rebounds of Andrew Wiggins they were not enough for Golden State Warriors won the match.

After achieving victory, in the next duel Dallas Mavericks will play against Minnesota Timberwolves at Centro American Airlines, while Golden State Warriors will seek victory against San antonio spurs at At&t Center.

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