Mavs Surge Late For Key Win Over Timberwolve

Written by sidhanta

Written by sidhanta

Looking for a change in momentum after losing consecutive games for the first time, the Mavericks faced the streaking Minnesota Timberwolves on a stormy Monday night in Dallas. 

After 13 lead changes and a series of strange plays at the end, the Mavs prevailed 110-108 over the scrappy Timberwolves. 

Dallas (44-28) took the lead for good with a 7-0 run late, and withstood a series of trips to the free throw line by Patrick Beverley sandwiched a lengthy officials' review.  

With Dallas up 110-107 with 10 seconds left, Beverley was fouled and missed both free throws.  

The Mavs issued a coaching challenge with 5.4 seconds left on Doncic being called for a foul Beverley on his intentionally missed second free throw. 

The call was overturned, leading to a jump ball. Beverley ended up with the ball after the tip, with Doncic committing a foul with 2.5 seconds left. 

Beverley made the first free throw, intentionally missed the second and Karl-Anthony Towns grabbed an offensive rebound but couldn't get  

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