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Curry (57-5) and the Warriors lost to Doncic (42-7) and 11

The NBA regular season continues with the Dallas Mavericks (10-14) taking home revenge. Despite Curry’s 57 points, Doncic had 42 points, seven rebounds and 11 assists, setting up Kluebel’s game-winning 3-pointer with 6.3 seconds left in the final as the Mavericks edged the Golden State Warriors (12-11) 134-132 at home. The Lone Ranger avenged their last loss to the Warriors.

Doncic had 42 points, seven rebounds and 11 assists for the Mavericks, Porzingis had 18 points and 10 rebounds, Richardson 17 points, Kluebel 16 points, eight rebounds and four assists, Hardaway 11 points and Smith 10 points and six rebounds for the Mavericks. Curry had 57 points and five assists, Wiggins 22 points and five rebounds, Bezemore 20 points, Oubray 14 points and five rebounds, Anderson 10 rebounds and Green six rebounds and 15 assists for the Warriors.

Doncic jumped right into the game, scoring eight points to give his team an 18-2 lead. Curry had six points, and his team was closing in on a 10-point streak. Kluebel answered with a 3-pointer, Brunson hit a runner, and the Lone Ranger regained the lead. Bazemore scored six more points to close the gap again, and the two teams played several times before Curry hit two free throws to end the first quarter, leaving Golden State trailing by four, 31-35.

Doncic hit three free throws as he led a 7-2 run to start the second quarter that put the Mavericks back up by nine. Oubray led the Mavericks to a 3-pointer, Brunson and Porzingis hit jumpers to give the Mavericks a 10-point lead, 49-39. Bazemore and Curry combined to hit three 3-pointers as the Warriors pulled back to 49-53. Kluebel answered with a 3-pointer and Smith added a 3-pointer, and the Lone Ranger quickly pulled the lead back to nine. Curry kept his touch for eight more points, Doncic added five more to finish the second quarter and the Mavericks led 72-64 by eight.

Doncic had 21 points, five rebounds and five assists in the first half for the Mavericks, while Porzingis added 11 points and five rebounds. Stephen Curry scored 30 points for the Warriors and Jason Bazemore added 16.

Curry scored eight straight points on Oubray’s 3-pointer early in the third quarter as the Warriors pulled within 85-86. Doncic hit two free throws after the Mavericks took a timeout to stop the bleeding, and Wiggins and Anderson combined for three points to tie the game at 88. Doncic and Smith combined for a 4-point lead for the Warriors, and Curry and Wiggins each hit 3-pointers to give the Warriors a 96-95 lead with 4:10 left in the third quarter. Each team scored five points, and Hardaway found his touch late in the quarter, hitting three free throws on a 3-point foul before hitting a 3-pointer from the right wing to give the Mavericks a 106-101 lead at the end of the quarter.

Doncic hit a 3-pointer, and he led a 7-2 run to start the fourth quarter that put the Mavericks up by 10 again. Wiggins scored five points in a row, Doncic and Brunson added five, and the two teams remained 10 points behind. Wanamaker scored four points on consecutive free throws, and Wiggins hit a 3-pointer as the Warriors pulled within 115-118. Porzingis hit a jumper and Doncic hit a 3-pointer over the arc to give the Mavs another eight-point lead. The Warriors played hard, taking turns with Bazemore and Curry, and trailed 124-128 with two minutes to play in the fourth quarter.

Doncic hit a 3-pointer after a timeout and Curry hit a 3-pointer. Richardson missed two free throws to give the Warriors a chance. Curry hit a 3-pointer and the Warriors trailed 130-131 with 28.6 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Klebel’s clutch hit from the left wing gave the Mavericks a 134-130 lead with 6.3 seconds left in the fourth quarter. After a timeout, Curry missed a jumper from the left wing and Lee made a putback, giving the Warriors a 132-134 loss.

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