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San Antonio Spurs won in overtime (113-108) his encounter before Dallas Mavericks, starring in the scoring duel between the guard DeMar DeRozan Y Luka Doncic, with 34 and 31 points, respectively. The game went to the extra five minutes after the regulation time ended with a draw at 102 after the basket of the base Dennis Smith Jr. when 2.5 seconds were missing by the end of regulation time.
Doncic, with 31 points, was the great figure of the Mavericks after playing 40 minutes, in which he scored 11 of 18 field goals, including 4 of 6 triples, and 5 of 6 from the line of personnel. In addition, the former player of Real Madrid He captured 8 rebounds and gave 4 assists. All some star numbers for a player that already amazes the NBA.
Doncic played a full game despite suffering muscular problems in the back, which called into question his participation. In extra time he also suffered a slight twist in his left ankle, in a basket penetration, but he remained on track.
The Spurs dominated in extra time
The extra time was full domain for the Spurs, who added six points from DeRozan, three from the forward Rudy Gay and two of the power forward LaMarcus Aldridge, which ended with 20 points as the second highest scorer.
Along with DeRozan, who also gave 9 assists and grabbed 5 rebounds, five other players scored double digits. Gay became the best player of the Spurs in the paint to provide a double-double of 15 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists. The Spanish pivot Pau Gasol He came out as a substitute and played 15 minutes, in which he captured 5 defensive rebounds and gave 5 assists.
The victory of the Spurs (4-2) was his second consecutive and supposed mark of 2-5 for some Dallas Mavericks in which Smith Jr., with 22 points, was the second maximum encestador. Harrison Barnes came to 18 points with seven rebounds, while the pivot DeAndre Jordan he was again the best Mavericks player in the paint, with 8 points and 18 rebounds.
The Puerto Rican base José Juan Barea he played 15 minutes as reserve for the Mavericks and contributed 7 points, scoring 3 of 8 field goals, and 1 of 3 from the personnel line and capturing 4 rebounds.