Monday Mar 27, 2023

‘Doncic 31 points very active’ Dallas 2nd consecutive win… NOP, shock 10-game losing streak

 Dallas lost 10 consecutive losses to New Orleans with Doncic, who exploded from the first quarter.

The Dallas Mavericks won 111-106 in the 2022-2023 NBA regular league home game against the New Orleans Pelicans held at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on the 3rd (Korean time).

Dallas managed to win two games in a row and maintained 5th place in the Western Conference with a season record of 28 wins and 25 losses. Luca Doncic (31 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists) led the team’s offense until he was injured in the 3rd quarter, and Spencer Dinwiddy (19 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists) and Josh Green (15 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists) also scored in double digits. He succeeded in supporting fire and contributed to the team’s victory.

On the other hand, New Orleans scored double digits with five players, including Brandon Ingram (26 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists) and CJ McCollum (19 points, 4 rebounds and 8 assists), but it was not enough. Couldn’t get over the absence of ace Zion Williamson. New Orleans, who lost 10 consecutive losses, lost even the 50% win rate with a record of 26 wins and 27 losses this season.

From the first quarter, Dallas, with Doncic in the lead, took the lead. Doncic took the lead in the team’s offense, scoring a whopping 21 points in the first quarter alone, and also shone in defense. He collected 6 rebounds and led the Dallas atmosphere by inducing an offensive foul. With outside shots from Reggie Bullock and Davis Bertense, Dallas ended the first quarter with a score of 40-22. 안전놀이터

In the second quarter, Dallas also led the atmosphere in the bench fight. Bertense hit consecutive 3-pointers. Dinwiddie, Dorian Finney-Smith, and Green all joined in the scoring streak, and Dallas finished the first half with a score of 70-43.

In the second half, Dallas took the lead. A series of outside shots from Finney Smith and Dinwiddie broke the rim, followed by Doncic’s goal. New Orleans chased after Jonas Valensunas alone with 12 points, but it was not enough. Dallas tied up Tim Hardaway Jr.’s perimeter support to finish the third quarter at 95-76.

Early in the fourth quarter, Dallas struggled against New Orleans’ fierce counterattack, led by McCollum and Ingram. Dinwiddie’s score put out the urgent fire, but Dallas, which even showed an offensive stagnation, allowed a 3-point chase to the bottom of the chin. However, he showed concentration until the end and succeeded in defending and kept the victory.


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