A home team has not won a game in this series. Disruptions continue to spark in LA. Luka continues to prove his star power. Kawhi continues to prove he’s one of the best. But in the end, Dallas will move on.
When the Dallas Mavericks took a commanding 2-0 series lead with two games to follow on their home floor, the Kawhi Leonard and Paul George era looked to be on its last legs. Buzz around the media started to rumble rumors that expressed Kawhi would be out of LA this off-season. Kawhi had a response for the media when he put his sorry Clippers on his back to storm back into contention by tying the series up at two a piece.
Luka Doncic, a man rising as one of the all-time greats right in front of our eyes, had a terrific start to the series. But, in games three and four, he failed to convert. In game 5 though, with the series on the line, the European phenom stepped up in Hollywood.
The Klaw stepped up in game 6 as well though. In a crucial elimination game, Kawhi dropped 45 points to send the series back to LA. But can the Klaw continue his magic in game 7? This final matchup between two stars growing a rivalry over the past two years of play will conclude this series with a Luka Doncic magical finish. Similar to his dagger last year in the bubble. I expect nothing shy of a historic moment tonight for the Dallas Mavericks future hall of famer. Yep, I said it. Three years in the league. Doesn’t matter. He will be a hall of famer. And his greatness starts tonight.