Mavericks rout champions Warriors

Steve Kerr Criticizes Warriors' Defense Following 35-Point Home Loss

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Following a 4-5 start after the break, the Warriors entered Saturday evening having won four of their last five games.

With two-time MVP Stephen Curry rested, the back-to-back National Basketball Association champions suffered their biggest loss since 2007 by going down 126-91 to the Mavs, who are second bottom of the Western Conference standings.

"The last few games I didn't have a good shooting rhythm", Nowitzki said.

Doncic and Maxi Kleber each drained four three-pointers as Dallas outscored the Warriors 63-12 from beyond the arc, giving them their first win in California since 2012. "I played against some great players", said Nowitzki, adding he scored his first National Basketball Association basket at the venue.

The 35-point margin of defeat was the largest of the season at home for Golden State, which previously had been blown out at home by Boston by 33 points, Oklahoma City by 28, the Los Angeles Lakers by 26, Milwaukee by 25 and Toronto by 20.

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The Mavericks had a 50-point win over Utah and a 38-pointer over Charlotte earlier in the season.

"We just got punched", Warriors forward Draymond Green said. "He looked great tonight", Durant told reporters following the loss of the Warriors to the Dallas Mavericks (91-126).

"Sometimes you have games where playing against that team isn't going to get you up", Green said.

And Karl-Anthony Towns totalled 33 points and 23 rebounds as the Minnesota Timberwolves halted a nine-game road losing streak by dominating the third quarter in a 112-99 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies.

Another knee injury followed and Rose was traded to NY in 2016, but in April 2017 suffered another left knee injury and underwent his fourth career knee surgery.

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