Basketball – NBA: Dirk Nowitzki, Luka Doncic Aid Mavericks Overcome Knicks
Dirk Nowitzki repeated his performance at Madison Square Garden, a venue at which he has been scoring pretty good as as compared to any road arena.
On the off chance that this was the last visit, he finished with a decent one.
On Wednesday night, the Dallas Mavericks steered the New York Knicks 114-90 with Nowitzki scoring a season-high 14, and Luka Doncic heated up after an airball on his originally shot in the field to score 16.
Harrison Barnes drove the Mavericks with 19 points & Dennis Smith Jr. had his second professional triple-double, however the greater part of the emphasis was in the group’s 21-year veteran and star new kid on the block who might be in his last season.
The 19-year-old Doncic made two 3-pointers and also scored 8 rebounds. This was done in the 2nd half, at which point the game was for already secured.
Previously, he turned into the primary young player in NBA history with various triple-pairs, when he scored a season-high 35 Sunday against Toronto.
Of course, he did not have to do so much against the group with the NBA’s most noticeably awful record. The Knicks gave Enes Kanter some playing time and thus despite losing, (10-40) gave home fans something to cheer about.
* NBA players can’t stop laughing at Enes Kanter kissing the floor and air-balling SB Nation * Dirk, Doncic help Mavs rout Knicks; Kanter gets some minutes Yahoo Sports * Full Game Recap: Mavericks vs Knicks | Dennis Smith Jr. Records 2nd Career… https://t.co/16CwXA5pjp
— Green Bay Wisconsin (@GreenBayWiscon) January 31, 2019
The Knicks loss to the Mavericks on Wednesday dropped them to 10-40 this season.
That ties the worst record through 50 games in franchise history. pic.twitter.com/gkqiZwd3MW
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 31, 2019
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