Kemba’s 8 Three’s Buries Mavs

The Dallas Mavericks (6-4) lost their first road game of the 2019-20 NBA season Monday night to the Boston Celtics (8-1), 116-106.

Luka Doncic had 34 points, 9 assists, and 6 rebounds in another sensational performance. But it was the Celtics three-point shooting, specifically Kemba Walker’s 8-14 from beyond the arc, that ultimately did the Mavs in. Boston shot 42.9 percent on three-point attempts as a team, compared to 26.2 percent from Dallas.

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A Horrible, Terrible, Depressing Loss: Mavs vs Knicks Recap

The Mavericks hosted a short handed 1-7 New York Knicks team at the American Airlines Center and let themselves be pushed around by a less talented squad all night. On a night when Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis played exceptional for a majority of the night, the Mavs extras were not able to provide much at in front of the home crowd.

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About Last Night – Mavs vs Magic – Game 7

The Mavericks squeaked out a nail biter of a game last night, after another slow start. Luckily for the Mavs, neither team was able to get into much of a rhythm on the offensive end of the floor. The only difference being that the Magic were able to turn some of their defense into effective scoring opportunities, in what would turn into a common theme throughout the game, the Magic ended up with a total of 14 steals and 10 blocks that they were able to turn into 22 fast break points. Continue reading “About Last Night – Mavs vs Magic – Game 7”

MFFL Weekly: Issue 4

This is your weekly Dallas Mavericks recap, current standings, and look into the week ahead. I will break down each game of the week, provide highlights, stats, funny/interesting game moments. I will also track the Mavericks path to the 2020 NBA Playoffs by providing current Western Conference and Southwest Division standings. Finally we will look ahead at the coming slate of games to see what is in store for MFFL’s this week.

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Mavs Pull Away Late, Remain Perfect on Road

The Dallas Mavericks defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 131-111 to win their third consecutive road game to start the 2019-20 NBA season.

Ohio has the largest Slovenian population among the 50 U.S. states, and Luka Doncic put on a show for those in attendance, recording his league-leading third triple double of the young season.

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Lakers at Mavs Dia De Los Muertos night. Just when you thought the Lakers were dead…

LeBron James and Anthony Davis came to town last night to duel with Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis at the AAC. It was a great game, particularly the fourth quarter, its just too bad the refs missed it.

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About Last Night – Mavs at Nuggets – Game 4

Despite a sizzling hot start from Paul Millsap, the Dallas Mavericks were able to pull out a huge victory against Western Conference rival, the Denver Nuggets. After losing six straight in Denver, the Mavericks showed a massive amount of composure in being able to ride out a great team win. Continue reading “About Last Night – Mavs at Nuggets – Game 4”

MFFL Weekly: Issue 3

This is your weekly Dallas Mavericks recap, current standings, and look into the week ahead. I will break down each game of the week, provide highlights, stats, funny/interesting game moments. I will also track the Mavericks path to the 2020 NBA Playoffs by providing current Western Conference and Southwest Division standings. Finally we will look ahead at the coming slate of games to see what is in store for MFFL’s this week.

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