WEST FIRST ROUND: Clippers vs. Mavericks
Kawhi, Clippers Close Out Mavericks In Game 6
Kawhi Leonard scores 33 points and LA overcomes Luka Doncic (38 points) and Dallas for a 4-2 series win.
- Game 6: Recap
- Game 6: Kawhi closes out Mavs with 33 points
- Inside the NBA: Burke, Jackson find new homes
- Game 6: Morris ejected for Flagrant 2
- Game 6: Doncic finishes first playoff appearance with 38
- Clippers withstand Doncic, now look to second round
- Porzingis misses rest of series with torn meniscus
- Inside the NBA: Mavs gone fishin'
Clippers Win And Advance
Another superlative performance by Luka Doncic wasn't enough against Kawhi Leonard and the Clippers.
Kawhi's Steady Stardom Lifts Clippers
LA is already seeing its championship potential realized by Kawhi Leonard's business-like approach.
Clippers Regain Control
Paul George pours in 35 and the Clippers contain Luka Doncic while setting a playoff franchise record for points.
'I Found My Way'
Emerging from 'a dark place,' Paul George rediscovers his stroke and gives the Clippers a boost in a pivotal game.
Doncic Beats Clippers At Buzzer
A step-back 3 from 28 feet out hit bottom as time expired, knotting up the series and adding to Luka's legend.
A 'Game From Another Planet'
A historic Game 4 from Luka Doncic had his coach, Rick Carlisle, thinking deeply about the win.
Leonard Lifts LA
Kawhi Leonard's big game propels the Clippers past the Mavs in Game 3 for a 2-1 lead.
Back In Control
With Kawhi Leonard leading the way, the Clippers reclaim the dominant position against the Mavs.
Luka Doncic leads the way and the Mavs' bench steps up to give Dallas its first playoff win since 2016.
Flipping The Script
The Mavs' offense fires on all cylinders, even with Luka Doncic battling foul trouble.
'They're A Good Team'
Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and Doc Rivers give the Mavs credit for keeping the Clippers at bay the entire game.
Clippers Survive Resilient Mavs
Turned ankles and star ejections didn't stop Dallas, but the Clippers took a 1-0 lead anyway.
Luka Does It All In Playoff Debut
The Mavs could have folded when Kristaps Porzingis was tossed. Instead, they rallied behind their star.