Post-game party: WOO HOO Dubs pull off the huge road win at Dallas
time for the manic part of manic-depression
In a game that featured 12 ties, 14 lead changes and a playoff-worthy finish before a lively, sellout crowd, Stephen Curry’s clutch bucket lifted the Warriors to a 127-125 victory in Dallas. Golden State now owns a critical tiebreaker over the Mavericks. sfchronicle.com/sports/warrior…
Four-game swing between Warriors and Mavericks tonight in the standings -With a win: Warriors move 1.5 games up and get tiebreaker. So essentially 2.5 games ahead. -With a loss tonight: Warriors fall a half-game back and lose tiebreaker. So essentially 1.5 games behind.
This is the second time all season the Warriors have won two straight on the road. Came at a crucial time. They back up a win in Houston with a high-stakes win in Dallas, giving them the tiebreaker over the Mavericks and current control of the #6 seed.
The Dallas Mavericks plan to file to the NBA a formal protest of their 127-125 loss to the Golden State Warriors tonight, with focus on alleged referee mistake that led to two free Warriors points late in the third quarter, source tells @TheAthletic @Stadium.
Here is video from @dieter of the lead-up to the alleged missed call that the Mavericks are reportedly protesting. Mark Cuban Tweeted out that it was initially called Mavs ball and then changed without notification, but it appears here to be Warriors ball.
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They did it again. The undisputed BACK TO BACK champs! A true dynasty in the Southwest.
You ever find that there are two DNHQ posts going on at the same time, for example this postgame one as well as Eric's morning Explain One Play, and you're not sure where the current discussion is really going on, so you go hang out in the wrong one and all of a sudden you find out that you're the only one there? That's how Dallas felt when they were on the wrong end of the court.