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After averting a Warriors Sweep, Luka Doncic And The Dallas Are Eyeing Another Postseason Upset

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Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks does not consider it an honor to avoid getting swept in the Western Conference finals. Regardless of the enormous odds, he stays committed to defeating the Golden State Warriors in the series.

The Mavs are seeking to become the first club in NBA history to win a postseason series after falling behind 3-0, a feat only 146 other teams have accomplished. With a 119-109 triumph in Game 4 at the American Airlines Center on Tuesday, Dallas took a step in the right direction.

Dallas has already pulled off one upset this postseason, returning from 2-0 and 3-2 deficits in the conference semifinals to defeat the No. 1 overall seed Phoenix Suns. The Mavs clinched the series by defeating the Suns by 33 points in Game 7, the largest blowout victory by a road team in a Game 7 since 1948.

Before Thursday’s game, Doncic, a 23-year-old guard who was chosen first-team All-NBA for the third consecutive season, added to his streak of strong performances in potential elimination games with a 30-point, 14-rebound, nine-assist effort against the Warriors.

The Mavericks built a 29-point lead after three quarters by shredding the Warriors’ zone defense, which Dallas coach Jason Kidd described as “a compliment” because “they can’t guard us one-on-one.”

The Mavericks built a 29-point lead after three quarters by shredding the Warriors’ zone defense, which Dallas coach Jason Kidd described as “a compliment” because “they can’t guard us one-on-one.”

After three quarters, Golden State coach Steve Kerr withdrew his starters because Dallas was 19-of-36 from the 3-point range.

But there was drama in the game, and it wasn’t just because of the roof leak that caused a 16-minute rain delay after halftime. With 3:23 remaining, the Warriors’ reserves cut the Mavs’ advantage to single digits, prompting Kerr to bring in starters Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Andrew Wiggins after a Dallas timeout.

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