The Dallas Mavericks routed the Boston Celtics 122-84 in Game 4, forcing a pivotal Game 5 in the NBA Finals.

The 38-point margin marks one of the biggest blowouts in NBA Finals history, with Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving leading the charge for the Mavericks with 29 and 21 points respectively.

The Mavericks took control early, leading by as much as 38 points in the third quarter, leaving no doubt about their determination to extend the series.

Despite the resounding victory, the Celtics still hold a 3-1 lead in the series, with Game 5 set to take place in Boston on Monday.

The Mavericks’ commanding performance in Game 4 showcased their resilience and determination to keep their championship hopes alive.

“It doesn’t change anything. Like I said at the beginning of this series, it’s first to four. We’re going to believe till the end. I have big belief in this team that we ca do it. We just got to keep believing,” Doncic said after the game.