Edge Curry, Doncic and Warriors Replay West Finals Dallas (AP) (AP) Tim Hardaway Jr. had to watch his Dallas Mavericks lose to the Golden State Warriors

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in the Western Conference Finals of the previous campaign.In their first encounter this season, he discovered himself in the midst of some playoff intensity. 

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The Mavericks defeated the Warriors 116-113 on Tuesday night thanks to Tim Hardaway's late game go-ahead 3-pointer,

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Luka Doncic had his NBA-leading fifth triple-double and 41 points between those two players. Dallas' four-game losing skid, coach Jason Kidd's longest in two seasons.

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After a sluggish start to the season, Golden State, which won five games in a row to win the championship last spring, suffered just its second loss in seven games.

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Hardaway, who missed the 2022 postseason while recuperating from If he felt the playoff vibe, he admitted that he had a broken foot.

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Simply due of the excitement and the fact that I was unable to participate in the Western Conference Finals. Simply wanting to compete and enjoy myself.  

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competing with the champions. Golden State led by 110-108 after Stephen Curry's 32 points, which included a quick draw 3-pointer over Maxi Kleber. 

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However, Dallas scored the next five points to take the lead for good. Hardaway followed Curry's 3-pointer for 22 points with 1:49 left on Dancic's 12th and final assist.

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According to Warriors coach Steve Kerr, Doncic blocked Curry as he attempted a layup before Josh Green's quick jumper. Hardaway's shot in the final seconds was crucial.

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"We must anticipate that teams will make shots against us." We'll be surrounded by circles.on the schedule of every team."

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Curry received a travelling penalty with 10 seconds left in the game, putting the Warriors down two points. It was the 10th such penalty for both teams.

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