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PlayOffs NBA 2022: Blow to Doncic: Warriors Scratch Luka's Face and Crush Dallas in Western Final

PlayOffs NBA 2022: Blow to Doncic: Warriors Scratch Luka’s Face and Crush Dallas in Western Final

Theyou Golden State Warriors they won 112-87 to me Dallas Mavericks to Advance 1-0 in Western Conference Final And start to master the series NBA playoffs.

Luka Doncicwhat or what Scratch his face from Andrew Wiggins In the first quarter and He complained of pain in his right shoulder. During the second quarter, this time he couldn’t create another miracle despite adding 20 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 1 steal in 34 minutes.

In the Slovenian rebate who play with painThere were seven of his turnovers, 3 of 10 in triples and he only managed to score two points in the second half.

The Warriors did a good job, but I think I should do better. I have to get better, it’s my fault

Luka Doncic

Doncic admitted after the match: “The Warriors did a good job, but I think I have to be better. I have to improve, it’s my fault.”

Luka Doncic on Wiggins scratching: ‘I’m fine, I look like a tough guy’

“I’m fine, I look like a tough guy,” Doncic replied with a smile when asked about the scratch he received from Wiggins.

Regarding the pain he experienced in his right shoulder, the Slovenian reassured the Dallas fans explaining that he would only need a few “treatments” to be one hundred percent in Game Two.

Doncic alone in the face of danger against warriors

On this occasion, the Mavericks left Doncic alone in the face of danger, who was barely loaned by Spencer Dinwiddie (17), Jalen Bronson (14 + 4 + 4) and Reggie Bullock (12).

Poor success in shooting in Dallas, who finished the night poor 36% (31 of 86), condemned Jason Kidd’s men from the first half.

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Stephen Curry Warriors impose his fitness against the Mavericks

In the Warriors, who were physically superior to the Mavericks by imposing their defense, Andrew Wiggins (19+5), Klay Thompson (15) and Stephen Curry (21+12) stood out.

The surprise factor for Steve Kerr’s side, and perhaps one of the Warriors’ most inspiring players, was Jordan Paul with 19 points in 26 minutes and moments of brilliance in a 10-0 fourth-quarter match-breaker. the match.

All players in the Golden State starting lineup have scored double digits.

When will the second match between the Warriors and the Mavericks of the Western Final be played?

The second game in the series between the Golden State Warriors and the Dallas Mavericks will be played on May 20 at Chase Center in San Francisco.