The Dallas Mavericks defeated the Utah Jazz 111-103 on Monday night. The Mavericks are almost one line after another, occupy a leading position in the first quarter, and never give up. Kristaps Porzingis did not participate in the competition due to sudden wrist discomfort, but it didn’t matter.
Luka Doncic was outstanding, scoring 31 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists. Mike Conley led the Jazz with 28 points and 7 assists. The Mavericks won Utah’s nine-game winning streak with their victories.
Here are three statistics obtained in a much-needed game on one of the best teams in the Western Conference:
0: Maxi Kleber and Nicolo Melli score
Meli excluded Porzingis at the start. Although he was busy defensively and had good rebounds, his shooting was not good. The recent shooting percentage from New Orleans is 0-5. Kleber is not much better, he missed the two photos he took.
Doncic, Dorian Finney-Smith, Josh Richardson, Jalen Brunson and Tim Hardaway Jr. all scored at least 1
46.9%: Mavericks’ three-pointer percentage
The Mavericks scored 23 three-pointers, almost twice as many as the Jazz played (12). When Dallas shoots like this, they are a different team. When their role players remain stable from the beginning, they can mix with any other competitors in the NBA. The Jazz guarded Finney-Smith with Rudy Gobert, who threw him in the paint and dared to shoot him, and he did. Finney-Smith scored 5 of 12 from beyond the three-point line and scored a season-high 23 points. Richardson was excellent in three-point attempts, perfect in three-pointers, and Don Cic was 6-for-11 from the field. The only Mavericks that cannot be converted from the three are Kleber and Melly.
+13.8: The average winning percentage of the current five-game winning streak
The Mavericks rolled up and showed it on the scoreboard. They defeated the Thunder, Knicks and Wizards in double figures. The eight-point gap with the Jazz is easily the same. In the past week, the only game was against the Celtics and the Mavericks won by 5. But the score looks closer than the actual game, because Dallas occupied three-quarters of the position, and then the Celtics re-entered the battle late in the fourth quarter.
The Jazz are the only truly outstanding team for the Mavericks in these five games, but Dallas has no ability to distinguish which games are more important. The Mavericks need as many victories as possible because they try to improve the ranking and avoid participating in the game.
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