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Thunder edge Mavericks in Game 4 to tie series

The Oklahoma City Thunder staged a remarkable comeback against the Dallas Mavericks, securing a crucial 100-96 victory in Game 4 to even their Western Conference semifinal series at 2-2.

Led by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s stellar 34-point performance, the Thunder overcame a franchise playoff-record 13 blocks by the Mavericks to clinch the win.

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Chet Holmgren (18 points) and Lu Dort (17 points) delivered clutch shots down the stretch, with Jalen Williams (14 points,) making a crucial dunk to seal the victory for Oklahoma City.

Despite trailing by 14 early in the second half, the Thunder displayed resilience, mounting a remarkable comeback fueled by their tenacious defense.

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With Game 5 set for Wednesday night in Oklahoma City, both teams are poised for a highly anticipated showdown as they vie for control of the series.

Despite a valiant effort from the Mavericks, led by P.J. Washington Jr.’s 21 points and Luka Doncic’s triple-double (18 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists), Oklahoma City’s efficiency from the free-throw line ultimately made the difference. Kyrie Irving finished the game with nine points (4/11 field goals) and nine assists.

Game Recap: Thunder 100, Mavericks 96
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