Mavericks vs Warriors: Live Analysis, Score Updates and Highlights
Both teams go on big scoring runs throughout the night and it's close until the final seconds. Vince Carter's three-point attempt at the buzzer doesn't fall and the Warriors pull out 100-97 victory over the Mavericks behind Klay Thompson's 27 points.
Vince Carter's three-point attempt at the buzzer is no good and the Warriors pull out the three-point victory, led by Klay Thompson's 27 points.
Bogut had some crazy defense while guarding that last inbounds pass.
Interested to see if Golden State will foul on the catch. I would.— D.J. Foster (@fosterdj) February 1, 2013
Jack hits both free throws to put the Warriors up three. Dallas has the ball with two seconds left.
Bogut was very close to getting called for a foul on this block.
Bogut rejects Wright at the rim with Warriors up one, leads to Jack getting fouled on other end with two seconds left!— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) February 1, 2013
Mayo makes the first but misses the second and Dallas trails by a point with less than a minute remaining.
Mayo heads to the line with 43.0 left, trying to tie the game down two.— Earl K. Sneed (@EKS_MavsNBA) February 1, 2013
Not at all convinced the Warriors want to win this game— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) February 1, 2013
Collison hits the jumper to make it a 1-point game with 1:00 left.
Wright can't find the rim on a hook shot and the Warriors call timeout with 2:48 left and a 97-92 lead.— Earl K. Sneed (@EKS_MavsNBA) February 1, 2013
Bogut hits both free throws to put the Warriors up five. Timeout Warriors.
That was Brandan Wright's first career tech.— Kevin Draper (@TheDissNBA) February 1, 2013
Brandan Wright throws down Andrew Bogut and after a lot of deliberation among the refs, a personal and technical are called on Wright.
Jack breaks a 13-0 Dallas run with a 3 to give the Warriors the lead.— Earl K. Sneed (@EKS_MavsNBA) February 1, 2013
Collison hits the jumper to tie the game.
Warriors haven't scored since Jefferson dunk with 9:00 left in the game.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) February 1, 2013
An 11-0 run by the Mavericks makes it a 2-point game.
David Lee has an impressive stat line so far tonight.
Bogut, on minutes restriction, comes back into game with 7:30 remaining.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) February 1, 2013
OK, I'm now actively hoping Klay doesn't accidently run into a rebound or steal.— Geoff Lepper (@geofflepper) February 1, 2013
Mayo's transition three is part of a 7-0 run that forces a Warriors' timeout.
Nobody in the NBA has more games with 3-or-more three-pointers than Klay Thompson, who has his 28th such game tonight— #GSWStats (@gswstats) February 1, 2013
Richard Jefferson with a slam to cap off a 12-0 run by the Warriors.
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