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Mavs Dominate Clippers: Game 5 Breakdown


  • Mavs Triumph: Dallas secures a 123-93 victory over the Clippers.
  • Doncic Shines: Luka Doncic leads with 35 points and 10 assists.
  • Clippers Struggle: LA faces shooting woes, hitting only 37.9% from the field.

The Dallas Mavericks took a commanding lead in their playoff series against the LA Clippers last night, with a resounding 123-93 win in Game 5. Here’s the scoop on how the Mavs took control and pushed the Clippers to the brink of elimination.

Mavericks’ Offensive Onslaught

Dallas showcased an efficient offense, shooting 54% from the field. Luka Doncic was the star of the show, dropping 35 points, grabbing 7 rebounds, and dishing out 10 assists. His performance was pivotal, but he wasn’t alone in his efforts. Maxi Kleber hit an impressive 71.4% from the three-point line, adding 15 points to the scoreboard.

“Derrick Jones Jr. and Dereck Lively II also made significant contributions, ensuring the Mavericks kept the scoreboard ticking,” highlighted the game stats.

Clippers’ Shooting Woes

On the flip side, the Clippers struggled to find their rhythm. Shooting just 37.9% from the field, key players like Paul George and James Harden had off nights, scoring 15 and 7 points respectively. The team’s three-point shooting was particularly lackluster at 25.7%, a factor that heavily influenced the game’s outcome.

What’s Next?

As the series heads back to Dallas for Game 6, the Clippers face a do-or-die situation. They’ll need to regroup and address their shooting struggles if they hope to extend this series. Meanwhile, the Mavericks look to capitalize on their home court advantage and close out the series.

Stay tuned as we continue to bring you the latest from what promises to be an exciting conclusion to this clash of titans. Will the Mavs finish strong, or can the Clippers stage a comeback? Only time will tell.

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