Beijing time on February 26 news, Donovan – Mitchell contributed 33 points, led the Jazz to beat the Mavericks 114-109 at home, and the Mavericks’ 2-game winning streak ended.
The specific score of the four quarters is (the Mavericks are in front): 34-31, 33-29, 19-29, 23-25.
Mavericks: Dwight Powell 22 points, 7 rebounds, Luka Doncic 23 points, 7 rebounds and 11 assists, Dinwiddie 20 points, Bertans 17 points
Jazz: Bojan Bogdanovic 18 points, Rudy Gobert 14 points and 17 rebounds, Donovan Mitchell 33 points and 5 assists, Mike Conley 15 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, Clarkson 13 Minute
After the start of the game, the Lone Rangers teamed up in and out of the away game to start a 9-2 start. The Jazz responded immediately. Mitchell and Conley made 3 three-pointers together, and the Jazz chased the score to 11-13. Powell’s three-pointer and Doncic’s free throw still could not stop Mitchell’s fiery touch. The latter succeeded in consecutive outside shots, and Gobert also performed a wonderful alley-oop dunk. The Jazz led 29-25. However, in the last 1 minute and 50 seconds of the quarter, the Jazz did not score a goal in the sports battle. Doncic and Bertans jointly scored 3 three-pointers. After the first quarter, the Lone Ranger led 34-31.
In the second quarter, the Jazz launched a counterattack. At 8 minutes and 12 seconds, Clarkson completed the attack with the assistance of his teammates, helping the team to tie the score at 38-38. At the critical moment, Bertans stood up again and scored 2 three-pointers in just 32 seconds, directing a wave of 14-6 offensive climax, and the Lone Ranger led 52-44. In 4 minutes and 19 seconds, Clarkson played 2+1 on Doncic, Mitchell scored 7 points in a row, and the Jazz narrowed the difference to 4 points. Brunson’s layup started a new round of the Mavericks’ offensive. Dinwiddie and Powell also played. After the first half, the Mavericks led the Jazz 67-60.
When the Lone Ranger extended their lead to 9 points, Mitchell led the team to a 15-7 offensive climax immediately, and the Jazz chased the score to 75-76. At a critical moment, Powell’s layup helped the Lone Rangers stabilize their morale, and then Baroque and Kleber made three-pointers one after another, and the Lone Rangers led 84-80. After returning from the timeout, Mitchell continued the life of the Jazz with a wonderful jumper, and then assisted House to hit a three-pointer. At 1 minute and 59 seconds, Mitchell scored a three-pointer against Doncic, leading the Jazz to an 89-86 lead at the end of the last three quarters.
In the final quarter, Clarkson hit a three-pointer on the outside, and the Jazz extended their advantage to 6 points. The Mavericks immediately responded with a 13-4 spurt, leading the score to 99-96. After the suspension, Mitchell and Doncic had a head-to-head confrontation. Obviously, the former was better. At 5 minutes and 42 seconds, Mitchell beat Doncic successfully and caused him to foul, but missed the penalty. A few possessions later, Mitchell hit a 3-pointer against the defender, and the Jazz made it 105-102. After the game restarted, Doncic scored two goals in a row, including a three-pointer. However, the Mavericks only scored one goal in the last 3 minutes and 11 seconds, and the Jazz relied on a wave of 9-2 offensive to seal the victory and finally defeated the Mavericks 114-109.
Both starting lineups
Mavericks: Reggie Baroque, Finney Smith, Dwight Powell, Jaylen Brunson, Luka Doncic
Jazz: Bojan Bogdanovic, Royce O’Neal, Rudy Gobert, Donovan Mitchell, Mike ConleyReturn to Sohu, see more
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