Dallas Mavericks take 22-point difference and beat Rockets 147-136

The Dallas Mavericks won an incredible victory this Sunday in the NBA. Playing at home, at the American Airlines Center, the Texas team found itself trailing the Houston Rockets by 22 points in the second quarter (56 to 34).

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However, Luka Doncic and company reacted in the second half, taking the game to overtime after a 129-129 tie at the end of the fourth quarter. In extra time, the Mavericks confirmed the victory by a score of 147 to 136.

With 37 points and 12 rebounds, Luka Doncic was one of the highlights of the match. He just didn’t score more than teammate Kyrie Irving, who scored 48 points. On the Rockets’ side, Dillon Brooks scored 29 points, five more than Fred VanVleet.

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With this Sunday’s result, Dallas now has 54 wins and 24 losses, occupying fifth place in the Western Conference. Houston appears in 11th, outside the playoff classification zone, with 38 wins and 40 losses.

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