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Doncic and Irving shine with Dallas



This Thursday evening, as part of the NBA regular season, the Dallas Mavericks beat the Philadelphia 76ers (133-126). Victory also for the Golden State Warriors, against the Los Angeles Clippers (115-91).

82 points between them, and thirteen of 25 three-pointers of theirs. This is the record of Luka Doncic (42 points at 13/22 on shots, 4 rebounds, 12 assists) and Kyrie Irving (40 points at 15/22 on shots, 4 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 steals). Thursday, in the regular season, the two men strongly contributed to the victory of their Dallas Mavericks franchise against that of the Philadelphia 76ers (133-126). A victory which, despite everything, was not necessarily easy. Dallas counted up to 25 units ahead (107-82), in the third and penultimate quarter. Before then relaxing.

Philadelphia even took advantage of it, to return to -4 (110-106), in the fourth and last quarter. The Sixers, led in particular by Joel Embiid (35 points, 8 rebounds) and James Harden (27 points, 13 assists), retain their third place in the Eastern Conference standings. As for the Marevicks, who remained, before this meeting, on two defeats in a row, go back to sixth place in the Western Conference standings.

The pass of four for the Warriors

In this same Western Conference, but in fifth position, we find the Golden State Warriors. The reigning NBA champions beat the Los Angeles Clippers (115-91). A victory that took shape definitively after the break. Because, when returning to the locker room, the locals were behind by a total of eleven units (45-56). The Warriors record their fourth consecutive success, despite having been deprived of Stephen Curry for ten games nowcurrently in difficulty with a knee but whose return could take place this Sunday, at the Lakers.

In his absence, Jordan Poole took responsibility. In the third and penultimate quarter, won 42-16, the back scored 22 of his 34 points. On the Clippers side, only Kawhi Leonard (21 points at 8/12 on shots) was able to respond, while for Paul George (11 points at 3/15 on shots) or even Nicolas Batum (5 points, 1 rebound, 1 against), it was much more complicated.

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