Doncic scored 45 points and nearly triple-double, Banqueiro scored 36 points

On January 30, Philipines time, the Dallas Mavericks faced the Orlando Magic at home. The two sides fought fiercely for four quarters, and in the end the Mavericks narrowly defeated their opponents 131 to 129.

  In this game, Doncic scored a near-triple-double with 45 points, 15 assists and 9 rebounds, Hardaway had 36 points and 8 rebounds, Lively had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and Hardy had 20 points and 7 assists.

  Banqueiro had 36 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists, Wagner had 21 points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds, Blake had 20 points and 3 rebounds, and Wagner Jr. had 16 points.

  In this campaign, Kyrie Irving was out due to injury, and the Magic started the game with the away team. Banqueiro and Wagner made consecutive strong attacks, once widening the point difference to more than 20 points.

  The situation suddenly changed in the second half. Doncic and Hardaway hit consecutive long-range shots from the outside. They fired a 35-12 attack wave in a single quarter, closing the point difference in one fell swoop. In the final quarter of the game, the Magic succeeded in counterattacking continuously. Doncic and Wagner scored consecutive three-pointers. At the critical moment, Banqueiro missed a free throw and Wagner missed a three-point shot. The Magic unfortunately lost by 2 points.

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