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21 Courtside Exclusive: Season’s End As Hornets Finish Strong Despite Final Defeat


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Level21 Magazine had the courtside exclusive as Jervay, better known as JKnow Truth, took us along to watch Jacinda, Fly Ty, and Ohavia Phillips, host the electrifying last night of the Hornets game.

Jacinda, styled impeccably by her mother (Jeri Garabito) for the first time in a black and white ensemble with a tennis skirt and Rhinestone sneakers, added her signature flair to the courtside ambiance. Despite the 130-104 victory for the Mavericks, the Hornets displayed commendable resilience and energy throughout the match.”

The Hornets faced a formidable opponent in the Mavericks, led by the exceptional talent of Luka Doncic, who showcased his remarkable skills throughout the game, impressing fans with his performance. Doncic’s impressive stat line of 39 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists highlighted his impact on the court, reaffirming his position as one of the league’s top players. Despite the Hornets’ efforts, Doncic’s stellar play propelled the Mavericks to their 15th win in 17 games, securing them a guaranteed playoff spot in the competitive Western Conference.

Reflecting on his performance, Doncic expressed gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to the Mavericks’ success. “It means a lot,” Doncic said modestly. “I’m grateful to be part of this franchise and to have the support of my teammates. I’m just happy to be able to contribute.”

Coach Jason Kidd expressed admiration for Doncic’s remarkable achievements, highlighting his impact on the team and the league as a whole. “It’s incredible what Luka has done,” Kidd remarked. “He’s going to rewrite the record books for the Mavericks and also for the NBA.”

Despite the Hornets’ efforts, led by Miles Bridges and Brandon Miller, they struggled to contain the Mavericks’ offensive onslaught. Doncic’s dominance on the court left Hornets coach Steve Clifford acknowledging the team’s shortcomings. “Luka was great,” Clifford conceded. “We’re playing from a hole. We never really got going in the game.”

As the Mavericks celebrate their impressive victory, they look ahead to the playoffs with confidence, buoyed by their recent success. Doncic emphasized the importance of rest and defensive prowess as they prepare for the challenges ahead.

The Hornets, on the other hand, bid farewell to Coach Clifford with a framed jersey before the game, marking the end of his seven-year tenure with the team.

In a season filled with ups and downs, the Mavericks’ will continue their journey towards the playoffs.

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