His first really outstanding play-off series in the back, probably probably Der Performer of this post-season. In the night of Thursday, however, Luka Doncic with his Dallas Mavericks had to accept a decent damper. The Jason Kidd team lost to the Golden State Warriors with 87:112.
This time Doncic remained behind the expectations with 20 points, only sank six out of 18 litters from the field. Because the Slovenian was still the best scorer of his team, there was nothing to get for the Mavs in Bay. In the second half, Doncic, who had seven gymnastics, only reached two meager counters.
Kerr praises his defensive – twelve rebounds for curry
For Dallas, however, the setback has long since become routine. “We have always found an answer so far,” commented Coach Kidd, who also lost one in the two previous round game one with the MAVs, but had previously prevailed both times.
“We defended excellently,” said Warriors coach Steve Kerr, praising his team, which only allowed 87 points of the opponent. So it was sufficient that Steph Curry was top scorer with 21 points. The twelve rebounds of the superstar were more remarkable.