BOJANBOGDANOVIĆ and the Utah Jazz are seeking their tenth victory in the NBA league, but they met the Moody duo of Luka Dončić and the Dallas Mavericks, who won with a score of 111:103.
Doncic had 31 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists. He was not particularly convincing in the game (11/26), but he made 11 three-pointers and 6 three-pointers.
Ute’s top scorer is Mike Conley, who scored 28 points and three players each scored 16 points, including Bojan Bogdanović. The Croatian national team shot 7/13 from the field and scored 1/3 of the three-pointers from the free throw line. He also jumped four times.
When Uta’s five men were on the first break, Dallas started to make a difference, and the bench could not handle Jalen Brunson (20 points) and Tim Hardaway (16). The Mavericks had a great shooting night, hitting as many as 23 three-pointers in 49 attempts.
As a result, Dallas broke the Jazz’s nine-game winning streak, but also extended it to five-game winning streak. The Mavericks currently have a record of 27-21, ranking seventh in the Western Conference, two wins behind Portland, and sixth, avoiding the playoffs. Despite the failure, Utah still ranks No. 1 in the Western Conference with a convincing position of 38-12.
Before the game, Doric was named the “Player of the Week” in the Western Conference, while in the East, the honor went to Milwaukee’s Jrue Holiday of Milwaukee for the championship.
After experiencing two bad performances at the end of March, Bogdanovic started to perform much better in April and averaged 18.5 points in four games.