Luka Doncic makes 51 as Mavs beat Spurs – Jumper Brasil

The Dallas Mavericks cruised to their sixth straight win of the season, but it wasn’t easy. The Mavs needed Luka Doncic to score 51 points against the San Antonio Spurs, as well as a note play on his last drive. Doncic still had nine assists and six rebounds, while Christian Wood added 25 points and seven rebounds. On the other hand, Keldon Johnson scored 30 for Spurs.

Despite being away from home, the Mavericks were in control of the game most of the time. The Spurs even opened up seven points in the first quarter, but the visitors quickly pulled away. Then, Doncic hit four straight points for Dallas to take a 24 to 23 lead. Then, he had five more and the Mavs won 29 to 25. The Slovenian produced 20 of his 51 points right there. Early in the second period, San Antonio went 36-35 after a Doug McDermott field goal. Neither team could get ahead, and at halftime, the Mavericks led 64 to 60.

Then, in the return of the break, Doncic made it 72 to 66. Meanwhile, Johnson tried to put the Spurs back in front. However, Christian Wood and, later, Tim Hardaway Jr, hit three and Dallas led 80 to 68. Wood extended the gap to 17, but San Antonio fought back and dropped to eight shortly thereafter. Spencer Dinwiddie put the Mavs ahead 109-100, but the Spurs got back into the game. Jakob Poeltl cut to four, but Doncic made it three more on the next move. The difference plummeted to one and the final minutes were hotly contested.

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Every time Dallas scored, the hosts followed suit. Poeltl hit two free throws, but the Mavs still led, 122 to 121. Frank Ntilikina went out on 124 to 121, and then Jeremy Sochan converted his free throws to bring it within one again. However, outgoing, the Spurs press, steal the ball, but fail in the attempt to turn around. Doncic made two free throws for the Mavericks, and then Tre Jones was fouled. He got the first right, but the second was wrong. On the rebound, the ball bounced to Jones, but he was fouled by Davis Bertans with two seconds left. The San Antonio point guard hit the first, but missed the second, which would have tied the game.

Doncic was fouled and missed on his first free throw. So, he repeated what he had done against the New York Knicks, missed the second, took the rebound and there was no time for anything else.

Coach Gregg Popovich, who joked about Doncic’s score yesterday, could not keep the star below 50.

(21-16) Dallas Mavericks 126×125 San Antonio Spurs (12-24)


Luka Doncic: 51 points, nine assists, six rebounds, four steals, 6-10 on threes
Christian Wood: 25 points, seven rebounds
Tim Hardaway Jr: 14 points
Spencer Dinwiddie: 11 points

Sant ‘Antonio

Keldon Johnson: 30 points, four rebounds
Jakob Poeltl: 19 points, 15 rebounds, six assists
Jeremy Sochan: 20 points, six rebounds
Tre Jones: 18 points, six assists, five rebounds
Zach Collins: 13 points, five rebounds

(21-17) Los Angeles Clippers 130×131 Indiana Pacers (20-17)

Los Angeles

Paul George: 45 points, nine rebounds, four assists, three steals, 7-13 on threes
Kawhi Leonard: 24 points, seven assists, five rebounds
Marcus Morris: 15 points
Reggie Jackson: 13 points, four rebounds


Myles Turner: 34 points, 10-10 on free throws
Tyrese Haliburton: 24 points, 10 assists, 7 rebounds, 4 steals
Buddy Hield: 18 points, eight rebounds, 5-12 on threes
Aaron Nesmith: 16 points, four assists
Bennedict Mathurin: 15 points, four rebounds

(23-14) Cleveland Cavaliers 103×102 Chicago Bulls (16-20)


Caris LeVert: 23 points, seven rebounds, four assists
Kevin Love: 20 points, nine rebounds, 5-11 on threes
Donovan Mitchell: 15 points, six assists, four steals, seven errors on offense
Isaac Okoro: 11 points, seven rebounds
Cedi Osman: 12 points, four rebounds


DeMar DeRozan; 21 points, four rebounds, three steals
Ayo Dosunmu: 19 points, five steals
Zach LaVine: 15 points, four rebounds
Nikola Vucevic: 11 points, 14 rebounds
Javonte Verde: 12 points

(19-18) New York Knicks 108×88 Houston Rockets (10-26)

New York

Julius Randle: 35 points, 12 rebounds, six assists, 5-13 on threes, 12-16 on free throws
Immanuel Quickley: 27 points, seven assists, five rebounds
Quentin Grimes: 19 points


Kevin Porter: 23 points, 10 rebounds, 8 assists, 5 offensive errors
Jalen Green: 16 points, five errors in offense
Eric Gordon: 12 points
Jabari Smith: ten points

(10-29) Detroit Pistons 116×104 Minnesota Timberwolves (16-21)


Bojan Bogdanovic: 28 points, six rebounds, five assists
Marvin Bagley: 18 points, 10 rebounds
Alec Burks: 13 points, seven rebounds
Saddiq Bey: 13 points, four rebounds
Hamidou Diallo: 12 points, eight rebounds
Cory Joseph: 11 points, six rebounds, five assists
Rodney McGruder: 11 points


Anthony Edwards: 30 points, seven rebounds, five assists
D’Angelo Russell: 25 points, five assists
Kyle Anderson: 12 points, six rebounds
Rudy Gobert: nine points, ten rebounds

(21-14) Philadelphia 76ers 115×96 Oklahoma City Thunder (15-21)


Tobias Harris: 23 points, nine rebounds, four assists
Joel Embiid: 16 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists
Shake Milton: 18 points, five assists, four rebounds
De’Anthony Melton: 17 points, seven rebounds, five assists, three steals

oklahoma city

Josh Giddey: 20 points, nine rebounds
Jalen Williams: 17 points
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander: 14 points, six rebounds, five assists
Lu Dort: 13 points, five rebounds, three steals

(24-12) Brooklyn Nets 123 x 106 Charlotte Hornets (10-27)


Kyrie Irving: 28 points, six rebounds, four assists
Kevin Durant: 23 points, four rebounds, four assists
Nic Claxton: 14 points, six rebounds, six blocks
Royce O’Neale: 14 points, six assists
Yuta Watanabe: 11 points, five rebounds, five steals
TJ Warren: 12 points


LaMelo Ball: 23 points, 11 assists, seven rebounds, 5-14 on threes
Mason Plumlee: 22 points, 10 rebounds
Terry Rozier: 16 points, five rebounds
PJ Washington: 12 points
Jalen McDaniels: ten points, six rebounds

(23-13) New Orleans Pelicans 101×116 Memphis Grizzlies (22-13)

New Orleans

Zion Williamson: 20 points, nine rebounds
Trey Murphy: 15 points
Jaxon Hayes: 13 points, four rebounds
Naji Marshall: 12 points, four assists
Willy Hernangomez: 11 points, seven rebounds
CJ McCollum: ten points, six errors in attack


Ja Morant: 32 points, eight assists
Desmond Bane: 18 points, seven rebounds
Jaren Jackson Jr: 17 points, six rebounds, six blocks, three steals
Steven Adams: ten points, 21 rebounds
Brandon Clarke: 12 points, five rebounds

(19-18) Miami Heat 126×123 Utah Jazz (19-20)

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Bam Adebayo: 32 points, eight rebounds, five assists, 10-13 free throws
Tyler Herro: 29 points, nine rebounds, six assists, five offensive errors
Victor Oladipo: 23 points, five assists, five rebounds, three steals
Max Strus: 13 points, six assists


Lauri Markkanen: 29 points, 14 rebounds, 12-12 free throws
Jordan Clarkson: 22 points, five rebounds
Malik Beasley: 17 points, 5-8 on threes
Kelly Olynyk: 14 points, six assists, four rebounds, three steals, five errors on offense
Collin Sexton: 14 points

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