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    Andrew Wiggins carried the team instead of Curry, Golden State ended Luka Doncic's 7-match unbeaten streak

    Although Stephen Curry "turned off", the Golden State Warriors still denied Luka Doncic a 30-point triple-double to win a narrow victory over Dallas at home.

    It seemed that the Golden State Warriors would have a hard time stopping Luka Doncic, Kyrie Irving and the Dallas Mavericks team, who are in high form (7 matches unbeaten) in the encounter on April 3.

    Combined with Stephen Curry having a bad day, scoring 13 points with 5-18 FG and leading the team in turnover index (4 TO), not many fans believe in the Warriors' ability to win.

    stephen-curry-andrew-wiggins-draymond-green-luka-doncic-warriors-dallas-5.jpgStephen Curry missed shots 13 times this match, scored 13 points and had 4 turnovers all match

    Even so, the home team at Chase Center still denied Luka Doncic's triple-double of 30 points and Kyrie Irving's 27 points, winning with a narrow score of 104-100 to break the Dallas Mavericks' unbeaten streak.

    Andrew Wiggins shined for Stephen Curry on offense, scoring 23 points (8-16 FG, 3-5 3PT) along with 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal.  Not stopping there, Wiggins also played very well on defense when taking on the role of directly defending Luka Doncic.

    stephen-curry-andrew-wiggins-draymond-green-luka-doncic-warriors-dallas-2.jpgAndrew Wiggins confronts Luka Doncic

    Although he couldn't really stop the Dallas Mavericks star, the pressure created by the Warriors striker somewhat made it difficult for Luka.

    “Holding a strong offense like Dallas down to 100 points is not easy. We are proud to have done that ," coach Steve Kerr shared after the match.

 
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