Luka Doncic Dominates with 44 Points as Clippers Suffer Third Consecutive Loss Post James Harden Trade

Luka Doncic scored 44 points on Friday night and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Los Angeles Clippers 144-126 in an NBA preseason game, the Trimmers' third straight loss since James joined Solidify.

Doncic displayed tremendous accuracy, making 17 of 21 field goal attempts, including 6 of 9 from beyond the arc. Kyrie Irving contributed 27 points, connecting on 5 of 8 three-pointers, to help Dallas bounce back to a 1-1 record in the contest after an early loss at Denver.

The Mavericks dominated the game, especially in the second half, outscoring their opponents 47-18. A remarkable 33-4 run in the first half, highlighted by 17 straight points—eight in the first quarter and nine to open the second quarter—solidified their commanding lead.

At one point, they took a 32-point advantage early in the third period. The Mavericks notched their highest point total by the end of the game, surpassing the 100-point mark with 4 1/2 minutes left in the third quarter.

In the competition opener, Kawhi Leonard assumed responsibility for the Trimmers, contributing 26 focuses to lead the group. Solidify, who as of late joined the Trimmers after an exchange from Philadelphia on November 1

Had a remarkable effect with 14 places, all of which were in the primary quarter. Russell Westbromke pirated Solidify's score with 14 places of his own.

The Trimmers started off very strong, scoring the underlying eight focuses and laying out a 31-19 lead. Notwithstanding, the energy moved as the Dissidents assumed command.

The Trimmers started off very strong, scoring the underlying eight focuses and laying out a 31-19 lead. Notwithstanding, the energy moved as the Dissidents assumed command.