Luka Doncic drops 42 in game 2 of WCF; the Warriors go 2-0 in the series

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Luka Doncic gave the Dallas Mavericks a strong start to the game, but the Warriors cut out a large deficit to win the game.

Apr 10, 2022; Dallas, Texas, USA; Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Doncic (77) warms up before the game against the San Antonio Spurs at American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

The Golden State Warriors registered a huge comeback win against the Dallas Mavericks in game 2 of the WCF. They were behind by a large deficit after the first half, but they came back and destroyed the Mavs in the second half. With this win, they have kept their home court intact, and currently lead the series 2-0.

Luka Doncic bounced back pretty well after a bad performance in the 1st game as he scored 42 points, but still, it was not enough for his team to get the win. The Warriors used their home-court advantage to full effect, as their fans helped them to rally back in the game.

Despite this loss, the Mavs played pretty well. Apart from Luka, Brunson and Bullock also had a nice game. They scored 31 and 21 points respectively, and they would want to build on it for the rest of the series. The focus now shifts onto Dallas, where the Mavs would look to crawl back in the series by winning the next two games and level up the series.

Stephen Curry shines in the win against Luka Doncic and the Mavs

The Warriors players are picking up their form at the correct time of the season. So far in the playoffs, all their starters have contributed massively. In this win against the Mavs, Steph Curry dropped 32 points.

Apart from him Jordan Poole and Kevon Looney came up big for the Warriors. Poole dropped 23 points, while Looney ended up with 21 points and 12 rebounds which shifted the momentum towards the Warriors.

They currently lead the series 2-0, and they hope to steal a game in Dallas, which will put them in the driving seat to win the WCF. The Warriors are currently looking really solid, and are the favorites to progress to the NBA Finals.

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