After the third, the MAVs also won the fourth game and, in the quarter -final duel from 0: 2 to 2: 2. On Wednesday it continues in Phoenix, where Dallas had lost the first two meetings.
- “CP3” with foul problems
- Paul’s family is insulted
- Harden leads 76ers to the second win against Miami
As with the 103: 94 in the first home game, Maximilian Kleber & Co. also managed to largely control the sun’s offensive on Sunday evening (MESZ). With a 37:25 lead after the first quarter in the back, they ultimately prevailed with 111: 101. In the first two games, the Suns had marked 125 points on average.
“CP3” with foul problems
This time, the best team in the main round was not enough 35 points from Devin Booker. Chris Paul, still with 19 and 28 points at the start of the series, only came to five points and seven assists in 23:01 minutes and had to deal with foul problems early.
Luka Doncic stood out at the hosts with 26 points, eleven assists and seven rebounds. Kleber brought it to eleven points and seven rebounds in 34:04 minutes. Dallas was particularly convincing from the triple line: the 14 successful throws from a distance in the first half set a franchise record. “The team was great,” said Doncic, “if we play hard, we are dangerous.”
Paul’s family is insulted
In this fourth game there was apparently an incident. The family of Suns player Chris Paul is said to have molested a Mavs fan. The complaint “CP3” on Twitter. A spectator was led out of the arena. “It was an unacceptable behavior and is not tolerated,” said the Mavericks.
Harden leads 76ers to the second win against Miami
It is also 2-2 in another series: James Harden led the Philadelphia 76ers to the second victory in the fourth game against Miami Heat. “The Beard” was at 116: 108 (64:58) with 31 points at nine assists and six threesome in his team. “Maskenmann” Joel Embbiid added a double double with 24/11.
After a balanced start, the hosts were able to settle in the second quarter and keep their lead to the end. The guests were not enough to win 40 points by ex-Philly star Jimmy Butler.