Warriors vs. Mavericks live score, updates, highlights from Game 4 of Western Conference Finals

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After building a 3-0 series lead over the Mavericks, the Warriors are one win away from the 2022 NBA Finals.

While Dallas has failed to register a win in the series, it won’t go down easily. Led by Luka Doncic, who scored 42 points in Game 2 and 40 points in Game 3, the Mavericks hope to extend their series by earning a win in front of their home crowd.

Golden State, on the other hand, will continue to lean on its depth. Stephen Curry has led the way in the series, but the Warriors have benefitted from the contributions of Jordan Poole, Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins, among others.

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With the NBA Finals not set to begin until June 2, the Warriors have an opportunity to gain a major rest advantage over their Eastern Conference opponent. The Mavericks, who face a historically insurmountable series deficit, can take the first step towards history with a Game 4 win.

The Sporting News is tracking live updates throughout Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals.

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Warriors vs. Mavericks score

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Warriors vs. Mavericks live updates, highlights from Game 4

(All times Eastern)

First Quarter

9:20 p.m. — The Mavericks are up for the occasion.

With 4:12 remaining in the first quarter, Dallas leads 19-16.

After struggling mightily in the series, Maxi Kleber has drained his first two 3-pointers for six quick points. That’s a big development as the Mavs look to stave off elimination.

9:12 p.m. — We’ve reached the first break in the action and the Warriors lead 11-10.

Dorian Finney-Smith leads all scorers with six points on perfect 2-of-2 shooting from the field.

Stephen Curry has done a little bit of everything, draining his only 3-point attempt, pulling down two rebounds and dishing out two assists in just over five minutes of court time.

Pregame

9 p.m. — Same starters for the Warriors: Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green and Kevon Looney.

Starting for the Mavericks: Luka Doncic, Jalen Brunson, Reggie Bullock, Dorian Finney-Smith and Dwight Powell.

3 p.m. — Andrew Wiggins brought the house down with a gravity-defying dunk in Game 3. He’s locked in and ready to go for Game 4.

What channel is Warriors vs. Mavericks on?

  • Date: Tuesday, May 24
  • TV channel: TNT
  • Live streaming: Sling TV | Watch TNT

Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals will air on TNT. Viewers can also stream Game 4 on Watch TNT or Sling TV.

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Warriors vs. Mavericks start time

  • Date: Tuesday, May 24
  • Time: 9 p.m. ET | 6 p.m. PT

Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals will tip-off around 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 24. The game will be played at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.

Warriors vs. Mavericks schedule, results

Here is the full schedule for the 2022 Western Conference Finals. TNT is the exclusive home of the Western Conference Finals. ESPN will carry all games of the Eastern Conference Finals.

Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller and Stan Van Gundy will have the call. Allie LaForce will be courtside as the sideline reporter for TNT’s coverage of the games.

Date Game Time (ET) / Result TV channel
May 18 Game 1 Warriors 112, Mavericks 87 TNT
May 20 Game 2 Warriors 126, Mavericks 117 TNT
May 22 Game 3 Warriors 109, Mavericks 100 TNT
May 24 Game 4 9 p.m. TNT
May 26 Game 5* 9 p.m. TNT
May 28 Game 6* 9 p.m. TNT
May 30 Game 7* 8 p.m. TNT

*If necessary

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