03/23 22:10 CDT Doncic records triple-double, Mavericks beat Warriors 126-91
Doncic records triple-double, Mavericks beat Warriors 126-91
By The Associated Press
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) --- Luka Doncic had a triple-double, Dirk Nowitzki scored
a season-best 21 points in a rare start and the Dallas Mavericks capitalized on
Stephen Curry's absence to beat the Golden State Warriors 126-91 on Saturday
Golden State dropped out of the top seed in the Western Conference to a
half-game behind Denver. With Curry resting, Kevin Durant had 25 points and
DeMarcus Cousins scored 19. The Warriors were 4 for 30 from 3-point range, with
Durant going 0 for 8 and Klay Thompson missing all four of his tries.
Doncic had 23 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. Dallas had dropped 12
straight in Oakland since its previous victory in April 2012.
The Mavs never trailed and built their lead to 43 early in the final quarter.
Maxi Kleber had 16 points and Ryan Broekhoff added 17 off the bench for Dallas,
which snapped a three-game losing streak.
HAWKS 129, 76ERS 127
ATLANTA (AP) --- Trae Young scored 32 points, including a last-second, go-ahead
floater, as Atlanta ended Philadelphia's six-game winning streak.
With 3.5 seconds remaining, Young took the inbound pass from Kevin Huerter and
dribbled past Jimmy Butler before sinking the short, soft jumper for the lead
with 0.1 seconds remaining. Butler missed a long attempt as the final buzzer
Taurean Prince had 23 points for Atlanta.
Joel Embiid had 27 points and 12 rebounds, and Butler had 25 points for
The 76ers began the night with a solid hold on third place in the Eastern
Conference, 3 games ahead of Indiana and four games ahead of Boston.
JAZZ 114, BULLS 83
CHICAGO (AP) --- Rudy Gobert had 21 points and 14 rebounds, and Utah rolled to
one of its most lopsided wins of the season.
The 31-point margin of victory was just three shy of Utah's season high. The
Jazz raced out to a 70-36 halftime lead and never looked back in winning for
the sixth time in seven games.
Donovan Mitchell added 16 points and eight rebounds. Derrick Favors scored 13.
Lauri Markkanen led Chicago with 18 points and 10 rebounds. He made just 6 of
20 shots, and the Bulls delivered one of their worst performances in a rough
TIMBERWOLVES 112, GRIZZLIES 99
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) --- Karl-Anthony Towns had 33 points and 23 rebounds, and
Minnesota ended a five-game slide with a win over Memphis.
Andrew Wiggins added 22 points and rookie Josh Okogie had 17 as Minnesota,
eliminated from the playoffs Friday night, ended its longest losing streak of
the season. All five Minnesota starters reached double figures in scoring.
Mike Conley led Memphis with 23 points, and Jonas Valanciunas had 20 points and
HEAT 113, WIZARDS 108
WASHINGTON (AP) --- Dwyane Wade scored 11 of his 20 points in the fourth
quarter, helping Miami remain alone in eighth place in the Eastern Conference.
Wade also had nine rebounds while scoring in double digits for a ninth
Dion Waiters added 19 points and Josh Richardson had 18 for Miami, which
remained a game ahead of Orlando in the race for the East's last playoff spot.
Bam Adebayo had 16 points and 11 rebounds.
Jeff Green scored 25 points for Washington, which has lost four straight.
Thomas Bryant had 17 points, Bobby Portis Jr. added 14 and both grabbed 11
rebounds. The 11th-place Wizards fell 6 1/2 games behind Miami with eight to
HORNETS 124, CELTICS 117
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) --- Kemba Walker scored 18 of his game-high 36 points in
the fourth quarter and the Charlotte rallied to beat Boston.
It was Walker's 23rd game of 30 or more points this season. He added 11
rebounds and nine assists.
Rookie Miles Bridges scored a career-high 20 points, Marvin Williams and Malik
Monk added 13 points apiece and Dwayne Bacon scored 11.
Charlotte won its second straight, improved to 33-39 and kept its faint
postseason hopes alive.
Kyrie Irving led Boston with 31 points. Jaylen Brown added 29 points and Marcus
Morris 15. The Celtics (43-30) lost their third straight game despite hitting
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