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The Dallas Mavericks dominated the Boston Celtics in Game 4, achieving a 122-84 victory. They held the Celtics to 36.3% shooting from the floor, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown scored a combined 25 points, and the Mavs dominated the boards while limiting their turnovers.


Mavericks head coach Jason Kidd was proud of how his team was the aggressor from the start of the team, resulting in the Celtics pulling their starters in the third quarter with a deficit that grew to be as large as 48 points.

Our group was ready to go. They were ready to celebrate,” Kidd said. “Understand, we made a stand. We were desperate. We got to continue to keep playing that way; understand they’re trying to find a way to close the door. The hardest thing in this league is to close the door when you have a group that has nothing to lose. (Friday) you saw that. They let go of the

Luka Doncic outscored the Celtics’ stars by himself, finishing with 29 points, five rebounds, and five assists. Kyrie Irving added 21 points as Dallas hit 50.5 percent of its shots in their best all-around performance of the NBA Finals.

No team has ever overcome a 3-0 series deficit in NBA history, so the Mavericks face a daunting challenge if they hope to make history. “We have nothing to lose going to Boston,” Kidd said.