The Dallas Mavericks basketball players beat the Miami Heat 115:90 on their floor in the new NBA League game, and another show was organized by the Slovenian Luka Doncic. Dallas played better from the beginning of the game, especially in defense, so they created a big advantage after the first quarter.
However, by the time Miami went to rest, Miami recovered to some extent, so the first half ended with a score of 60:51 for the Mavericks. Identical to the opening of the game, it was the same at the opening of the second half, in which Dallas completely destroyed the visitors and settled the question of the winner.
Until the end of the game, they only maintained a big advantage for another important victory. The Mavericks were led to victory by the brilliant Doncic, who achieved a new double-double performance. In the end, he scored 34 points and had 12 rebounds and seven assists.
“It wasn’t me calling them out or saying we had a walkthrough, shootaround during the game against Atlanta,” Kidd said, per ESPN. “I just think you could see they were flying around. So now we’ve got to hold them to that standard”.
In one attack, he was also provoked by the referees who played him a carried ball, which angered the Slovenian. However, he kept his anger to himself and already in the next attack scored a three-pointer, after which he muttered something and showed the sign for a carried ball with his hands, mocking the referees.
He had a few more memorable moves, the most impressive of which was when he dribbled through his legs and passed to teammate Dorian Finney-Smith who missed an open three-pointer.
He had help from Dinwiddie, who scored 19 points, while Oladipo had 20 points for the Miami team. “I don’t think we brought a great motor and level of detail to our offense,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.
“And I know that was a big point of emphasis for them to really get after us. They’d been giving up a lot of points, so you knew you were going to get their best defensive effort”. Dallas is in fifth place in the Western Conference of the NBA League with 25 wins and 22 losses, while Miami is in seventh position in the East with the same ratio of 25-22.
- Orlando Magic - New Orleans Pelicans 123:110
- Atlanta Hawks - New York Knicks 139:124
- Cleveland Cavaliers - Golden State Warriors 114:120
- Dallas Mavericks - Miami Heat 115:90
- San Antonio Spurs - LA Clippers 126:131
- Denver Nuggets - Indiana Pacers 134:111
- Utah Jazz - Brooklyn Nets 106:117
- Los Angeles Lakers - Memphis Grizzlies 122:121
- Sacramento Kings - Oklahoma City Thunder 118:113