NBA Sportsbook Report on Mavs vs Suns Game 6

NBA Sportsbook Report on Mavs vs Suns Game 6

Last updated on May 14th, 2022 at 08:00 pm

Thursday night saw two exciting NBA playoff games, including the Game 6 of the Mavs vs Suns series. With their playoff series on the line, the Dallas Mavericks forced Game 7 against the Phoenix Suns, 113-86. Also, it was the first elimination game for Luka Doncic.

The star point guard scored 33 points, got eight assists, and had eleven rebounds. Also, he shot 11 out of 26 from the field, which included two out of eight beyond the three-point arc. In addition, he hit nine out of fourteen from the free-throw line.

Dallas Mavericks coach Jason Kidd praised Doncic’s ability to stay calm while facing elimination from the playoff. Kidd added that Doncic was enjoying the moment. Also, it seemed like Doncic was not afraid of the stage.

Mavs vs Suns Game 6

NBA Sportsbook Report on Mavs vs Suns Game 6It was a special night for Doncic, as he became probably the quickest player in NBA history to arrive at 700 playoff points.

Doncic took 22 games to arrive at the achievement. He became one of the top fastest players to accomplish the accomplishment.

According to PPH sportsbook sources, George Mikan did it in 23 games. Doncic’s 22 games are tied with Bob McAdoo on 22 games. Also, Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain did it faster with 20 games.

As per Sports Interaction reports, Deandre Ayton was the scoring leader for the Suns with 21 points and eleven rebounds. Devin Booker added 19 points.

The Mavericks’ triumph on Thursday night proceeds with the pattern of the host group dominating all their matches this series, leaving the Suns with areas of strength for a guaranteeing Game 7 on their home court and progressing to their second consecutive Western Conference finals.

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