Dallas Mavericks Set New First-Half Point-Difference Record

NBA / December 28, 2020

Mavs Set New NBA First-Half Point-Difference Record & Dismantle The Clippers at Home

Mavericks LUKA DONČIĆ

Dallas Mavericks

Suffering their biggest loss since the team was formed, the L.A Clippers found themselves 50 points behind the Dallas Mavericks when the half-time buzzer sounded. The Clippers trailed 27-77 at the interval – the largest half-time points difference since the shot-clock era of the NBA began in April 1954.

Playing at Home, the hosts made up some lost ground in the second half of the game – but still ended up suffering a defeat, with the game ending with a 124-73 scoreline.

Paul George led the Clippers with 15 points and Serge Ibaka added 13, in absence of teammate Kawhi Leonard, after the all-star suffered cuts to his mouth after an accidental contact in a game win over the Denver Nuggets.

The Mavericks’ Luka Doncic netted 24 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists.






Thomas Nielsen
Tom loves NBA. NFL and Hockey. When he is not analyzing sports data, he is watching it, or writing about it!





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