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Luka Doncic 'exhausted' as Mavs fall to Thunder despite record 30-0 run - ESPN

DALLAS — Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic was exhausted, emotionally spent, extremely proud and quite perturbed as he exited the American Airlines Center court after a sensational, wild outing Saturday night.

One night after becoming a father for the first time, Doncic helped a short-handed Dallas squad rally from a 24-point deficit in the fourth quarter to take the lead, but the Mavs failed to finish off the Oklahoma City Thunder. Dallas' 30-0 spurt — the biggest run in the NBA since at least 1997-98, according to the Elias Sports Bureau — and Doncic's 36-point, 15-rebound, 18-assist performance weren't enough for the Mavericks to avoid a 126-120 loss to the Thunder.

«It was the happiest day of my life with the baby, but then today's game was a big roller coaster, too,» said Doncic, who wrote his daughter's name, Gabriela, on one of his signature Jordan Luka 2 shoes. «I'm so sad we didn't win this game, but man, we gave a big, big effort.»

The Thunder responded to the Mavs' massive run by scoring 15 of the game's final 18 points, including the final 10. Doncic committed two turnovers in the final 87 seconds, including a traveling call with 1:27 remaining that enraged him.

Dallas' 30-run against Oklahoma City on Saturday night is the longest in NBA history. It also came in a loss, as the Thunder rallied late for a 126-120 win in Texas:

«My view is it probably was a travel, but those travels happen about, my opinion, 20 times a game,» he said. «So a minute and a half to go, if you're going to call that travel for the first time in the game, you can't do that. I don't think so. But I think those travels happen a lot of times in one game and the NBA doesn't call the travels, so I was really surprised.»

Mavericks coach Jason