After trailing by as many as 19 points, Golden State Warriors defeated Dallas Mavericks in Game two, 126-117. The Warriors lead this best-of-seven series 2-0, with Game three taking place on Sunday, May 22.

The Mavericks took a 14-point lead into the break at halftime on Friday night, after an impressive 3 points shooting display. Dallas made 15 triples through the first 24 minutes of Game 2 against Golden State to lead the game at halftime in Chase Center.

Then, the second half started. The Warriors outscored the Mavs 68-45 over the final two quarters on their way to a 126-117 win. Six different Golden State players hit double-figures in the scoring department, including Kevon Looney, who scored more than 20 points since January of his College freshman year (21 points, 12 rebounds, 10-of-14 shooting).

It was the 12th time that the Warriors have come back from at least 15 points deficit and win in the playoffs since 2014-15 when Steve Kerr took over as head coach. That’s the highest number for any team in the last 25 seasons, per ESPN.

Warriors dominated the paint, leaving the Mavericks helpless with Stephen Curry lading the way for the Warriors with 32 points, eight rebounds and five assists, while Kevon Looney added a Playoff career-high 21 points (10-14 FG), along with 12 rebounds in the victory. Luka Doncic led all scorers with 42 points, five rebounds and eight assists for the Mavericks and Brunson added 31 and five assists of his own. Although not enough to win the game, that is a whooping combined 71 points and 12 assists from both Doncic and Brunson as compared to the 34 points they had in game 1.