The Maverick have blown out the Warriors three times this season. If you would have said that would happen before the season, you may have gotten laughed at.
But with no Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Kevin Durant now a Brooklyn Net, the Warriors sure look like a completely new squad. And it shows.
Dallas arrived in San Francisco and finished their business with ease, defeating the Warriors 124-97.
This victory was a complete team effort, being that all 13 active players touched the floor and all but Courtney Lee scored. Dwight Powell continued his hot play of late, leading the way with 21 points and six rebounds on 9/9 shooting.
Luka scored 20 points and grabbed eight boards in just 27 minutes of play, which is important on the first night of a back-to-back.
Maxi finished with 11 points and seven rebounds and Boban notched another double-double off the bench, 13 points and 11 rebounds.
The important of getting out of San Francisco unscathed and playing no one over 27 minutes is huge on the first night of a back-to-back as the Mavs take on the Kings in Sacramento tonight.
What to watch for tonight is the availability of Kristaps Porzingis. He was listed as questionable for last nights game but was ultimately held out. Rick Carlisle said that it’s a possibility that KP returns tonight so we shall see closer to tip-off if he makes his return to the Mavericks lineup tonight.
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