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Dallas defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves 116-107

The Mavericks are one victory away from making their first trip to the NBA Finals in thirteen years after making all the big plays once more, on both sides of the court. Dallas defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves 116-107 on Sunday night to take a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference finals. Doncic and Kyrie Irving each scored 33 points, and the team rallied for a game-winning run in the last five minutes.

Dereck Lively II, a rookie center, suffered an inadvertent hit to the back of the head from Karl-Anthony Towns' knee, resulting in a damaged neck. Despite this setback, the Mavs went on to win their fifth straight playoff game with a 14-3 final. With 3:38 left, P.J. Washington Jr., who finished with 16 points, gave Dallas a decisive lead with a game-winning corner 3-pointer. Doncic had transferred the ball to Irving, who then passed it to Washington.

 

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