‘Most Horrific Fall in NBA History’ Maxi Kleber endured end-of-season injury after nudged by JaVale McGee

The Dallas Mavericks started their second stage very painfully after losing 121-114 to the Phoenix Suns. This season has exceeded all expectations, despite a few bumps from the Mavs, injuries and trades. But the franchise’s current roster has been nothing but hard work and they are likely to put up a tough fight against their current rivals.

Happy Luka Doncic
Happy Luka Doncic

During game 1 a certain player exploded, Maxi Kleber He had an incredible first half offensively providing an extra backup for Luka Doncic. Dallas has been a versatile team, just like their season’s rivals. The team is gradually reaching its championship goals.

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Devin Booker left the game
Devin Booker

Phoenix took another easy win, dominating their second-round opponents on offense for most of the game. They shot 50.5% from the field, 39.3% from three-pointers, and lost 18 of their 18 free throw attempts. Deandre Ayton was the team’s top scorer with 25 points and 8 rebounds. Devin Booker had 23 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists on 7-20 shooting.

The Mavericks were almost a good player from every angle, shooting 47.1% from the field, 41% from the arc and 72% from the line. They score 44 points in the paint while also recording 6 steals and 2 blocks. Doncic led the team with 45 points, 12 rebounds and 8 assists in 15 of 30 tries. Maxi Kleber was the star of the night by scoring 19 points 6-9 from the field.

Maxi Kleber recovers from end-of-season injury scare after hard fall

Luka Doncic and Jae Crowder
Luka Doncic and Jae Crowder

Maxi Kleber had a massive fall to the ground that scared Mavericks fans. The player has been an integral part of the Mavs’ offense, averaging 17.3 points in his first three playoff games. After making a pass to dunk, the center grabbed the rim thinking it would hold up, but his fingers gave in at the wrong moment, causing him to clumsily fall onto his back.

Fortunately, he suffered no major injuries and finished playing the regular 25 minutes per game. In the first half of the game, Kleber scored 16 points, 5 of which were three-pointers. He also worked on defense and recorded a very important block. Kleber and the Mavs will face Phoenix on Wednesday.

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