Post Up: Point Guard World

Mavericks 111 (30-39), Nets 104 (13-56)
The Mavs led by 14 at halftime, but Brooklyn fought their way back into this one. It was a pair of Harrison Barnes lay-ups in the final minute and change that helped seal the outcome. Dirk showed that he’s still got it, posting 23 and 9 rebounds in 27 minutes.

Still got it. @swish41 had 23 points and 9 rebounds in the Mavs’ 111-104 win over Brooklyn. pic.twitter.com/G2LZr0jAAR
— SLAM Magazine (@SLAMonline) March 19, 2017

For the Nets, Brook Lopez had 27 and 7 boards and Spencer Dinwiddie pitched in 18 and 7 assists off the bench.
76ers 105 (26-43), Celtics 99 (44-26)
Isaiah Thomas sat out a second straight game with a bone bruise, and the Celtics certainly missed him. They shot just 40% from the field and 21% from deep, putting up 99 points against a team that gives up 108 per. Dario Saric continued to make his case for Rookie of the Year, scoring key baskets in the fourth and dropping 23, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists overall.

Saric dropping dimes 
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