NBA PLAYOFFS

Luka Doncic dominates as Mavericks take down Warriors to avoid sweep in West Conference Finals

Luka Doncic outshined Steph Curry as the Mavericks protected home court against the Warriors.

Luka Doncic helps Dallas Mavericks take down Golden State Warriors

The Dallas Mavericks recorded a 119-109 victory against the Golden State Warriors in a Game four Eastern Conference Finals on Wednesday, May 25, 2022.

The Golden State Warriors protected home court to go two up in the series. Dallas failed to take Game three on home court but would bounce back in Game 4.

Luka Doncic was the star of the show as he led his team to victory in dominant fashion.

Doncic was facing elimination in Game four at the American Airlines Center in downtown Dallas, Texas.

He responded with 30 points, 14 rebounds, nine assists, two steals and two blocks to close out the Warriors.

It was Doncic's 17th career 30-point game in his playoffs career. The points mean that the Slovenian guard ties Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant for the 2nd-most by a player at age 23 or younger all-time.

The Mavericks now force game 5 against the Warriors extending the series as the Eastern Conference is also tied at 2-2 following the Boston Celtics Victory against the Miami Heat.

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