Kyrie Irving's incredible running buzzer-beater lifts Mavericks over Nuggets

Kyrie Irving’s Stunning Buzzer-Beater Seals Mavericks’ Thrilling Victory Over Nuggets

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In a crucial game on Sunday, Kyrie Irving, the point guard for the Dallas Mavericks, delivered an outstanding performance against the Denver Nuggets, the reigning NBA champions.

The game was tied, and it all came down to the final moments. With less than three seconds on the clock, Irving got the ball.

He skillfully maneuvered around a screen, holding onto the ball tightly.

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In a breathtaking move, Irving dribbled towards the foul line and launched a left-handed shot as time expired. The ball sailed through the net, securing the victory for the Mavericks.

The team swarmed Irving, celebrating the thrilling win.

The final score was 107-105 in favor of Dallas.

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“Dereck Lively II, a rookie for the Mavericks, expressed his trust in Irving, saying, “In Kyrie we trust. We just watch and see him make magic happen.”

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Irving finished the game with 24 points, nine assists, and seven rebounds.

Irving shared his dedication to perfecting his game, especially his left-hand shots, a skill he’s been honing since childhood.

Despite a 13-point lead, Denver managed to fight back, with Jamal Murray hitting a crucial three-pointer with 26 seconds left. Murray ended the game with 23 points.

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With this victory, Dallas improved their record to 39-29, while Denver’s record moved to 47-21.

This report includes contributions from The Associated Press.

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