Dallas, TX – It is such a joy to watch the Dallas Mavericks and Golden State Warriors battle it out on the floor.

Luka Doncic and Stephen Curry lit up the scoreboards to put their respective team on their back.

In the end, the Mavericks pulled out a 122-113 victory as they led for the majority of the game.

The key reason for the Mavs success against the Warriors has been the hustle on both ends of the court.

Doncic spoke in his press conference about how the addition of Spencer Dinwiddie has been great for the team as he brings versatility.

Dinwiddie has shown his talents these past few games after the media had doubts about his ability to fit in.

Meanwhile, Dorian Finney-Smith (18 points) and Jalen Brunson continued to show their worth to help beat the Warriors.

Not too long ago, opposing team knew the ball was going to Doncic on most possessions.

Jason Kidd has allowed his guys to play to their strengths, as they can play freely.

He struggled early in the season to make adjustments, but now the team looks to trust his coaching abilities.

For example, you saw how the Mavericks were out on the fast break and playing sound defense.

Furthermore, tonight was the perfect example of grabbing an early lead, which allowed the Mavs to play their style.

As their record (38-25) stands and their play to start the year, we are in for an exciting playoffs.

No longer will be Doncic carrying the load as there are x-factor type individuals who can step up consistently.

In other words, it will take efforts like tonight if the Mavs look forward to making a run in the playoffs.

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