NBA: Doncic's historic triple-double powers Mavs past Warriors

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Posted at Nov 21 2019 11:38 AM | Updated as of Nov 21 2019 11:54 AM

Dallas Mavericks forward Luka Doncic (77) does a no look pass as Golden State Warriors forward Eric Paschall (7) defends during the first quarter at the American Airlines Center. Jerome Miron, USA TODAY Sports/Reuters

Luka Doncic scored 22 of his game-high 35 points in the first quarter Wednesday night as the host Dallas Mavericks made quick work of the injury-riddled Golden State Warriors in a 142-94 thrashing.

Doncic ran up his 35 points in only 26 minutes, hanging around just long enough to record a second straight triple-double with a game-high-tying 10 rebounds and a game-high 11 assists.

According to ESPN, the 25:30 that Doncic played was the least court time for a player in a 30-point triple-double in NBA history.

Tim Hardaway Jr. went 4-for-4 from 3-point range on a 20-point night against his dad's former team, and the Mavericks shot 22-for-38 (57.9 percent) on threes en route to their third straight win to start a four-game homestand featuring the last six NBA champions.

Rookie Eric Paschall led Golden State with 22 points.

Coming off a career-best, 42-point performance in a triple-double Monday against San Antonio, Doncic bombed in five 3-pointers in the first quarter, helping the Mavericks take 8-0, 26-7 and 39-12 leads.

His 22-point period provided half of Dallas' scoring en route to a 44-16 advantage after one quarter.

The Mavericks, who also had already beaten reigning champion Toronto on the homestand, went on to lead by as many as 39 in the second quarter, relegating the second half to bench-clearing.

Doncic shot 11-for-18 and Hardaway went 6-for-7, helping Dallas shoot 57.3 percent for the game.

Jalen Brunson, who made all six of his shots, added 15 points for the Mavericks. Kristaps Porzingis had 14 points to go with 10 rebounds, Courtney Lee turned four 3-pointers into 12 points, and Boban Marjanovic chipped in with 10 points for Dallas, which will complete the homestand Friday against Cleveland.

Paschall, a second-round pick who has been one of the NBA's top-scoring rookies this season, had a team-high seven rebounds for the Warriors, who suited up only eight players.

Golden State, the league's losingest team, had nine in uniform Tuesday night for a rare win at Memphis but lost Draymond Green to a sore right heel in the process.

Ky Bowman had 16 points, while Alec Burks, Omari Spellman, Marquese Chriss and Jordan Poole put up 11 apiece for Golden State, which has lost eight of its last nine games.

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