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The Los Angeles Clippers and Dallas Mavericks enter Tuesday night’s pivotal Game 5 with the first-round series tied, 2-2.
The Clippers led by as many as 21 points in the second quarter of Sunday’s Game 4 before the Mavericks rallied and Luka Doncic hit a game-winning 3-pointer in overtime to even the series and swing the momentum with a stunning upset.
NBA betting enthusiasts can follow along with live breakdowns and instant analysis from the Bookies.com-sponsored #NBACast, co-hosted by NBA experts Nate Duncan and Danny Leroux.
The #NBACast offers live, in-game analysis, up-to-the second breakout stats and — as always — both hosts will take your in-game questions. Play begins at approximately 9 p.m. ET. The game will air on ESPN. Fans can follow the #NBACast on YouTube, via Twitch or on Twitter/Periscope at @NateDuncanNBA.
The Clippers are a -6.5 favorite at PointsBet, while the Mavericks are +230 on the moneyline at William Hill. The over/under is set at 236 at 888sport.
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Kristaps Porzingis Questionable
Mavericks forward Kristaps Porzingis was a late scratch ahead of Game 4 due to right knee soreness. The big man was coming off a 34-point, 13-rebound performance in a Game 3 loss. Now he’s questionable for Game 5 and may be a last-minute decision yet again.
It was actually Doncic generating all the injury questions entering Game 4 after the Mavericks’ point guard injured his ankle in Game 3. Doncic started and turned in one of the most memorable NBA playoff performances in recent memory.
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Doncic had his second consecutive triple-double with 43 points, 17 rebounds and 13 assists, launching a deep 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Mavericks to an upset overtime victory Sunday. He’s expected to play Tuesday.
Clippers star Kawhi Leonard had 32 points and nine rebounds while guard Paul George struggled, hitting just 3 of 14 shots from the field to finish with nine points.