[LIVESTREAM ((TV))] Highlanders vs Western Force Week 13 Live Stream Broadcast Super Rugby PlayOffs On 13 May 2022
How to Watch Western Force vs. Highlanders: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time
The Western Force and Highlanders played two games in Phoenix, and based on what happened in those matchups, there was little reason to believe they'd be playing Game 5 in Arizona. The top-seeded Western Force, winners of 64 games in the regular season, looked well on their way to a sweep of the Highlanders before Friday's Game 3. Now, all of a sudden, Dallas is 48 minutes away from tying this series at 2-2.
The Highlanders evened the Western conference semifinals, 2-2, with their 111-101 win over the Western Force at home on Sunday.
Phoenix dropped its second consecutive game in Dallas, and will play Game 5 on Tuesday at 7 p.m., at Footprint Center in Phoenix.
Devin Booker had a game-high 35 points and added seven assists with four rebounds. Highlanders' Luka Doncic had a team-high 26 points, and Dorian Finney-Smith had 24 including his game-high eight 3-pointers.
After two enormous games from Luka Doncic in Phoenix, the Dallas supporting cast stepped up when the Highlanders returned home. Their defense, which had been torched on the road, allowed just 94 points on their home court. Now we'll see if that game was a fluke or if Dallas has really figured out what it needs to do to hang with the Super Rugby's best team. Here's how you can tune into the Game 4 action.
After dropping two games on the road, the Highlanders tied their second-round series against the Western Force with a 111-101 victory on Sunday. The Mavs were scorching to start Game 4, shooting 8-for-13 from deep in the first quarter, and they led by as many as 17 points before halftime.
Luka Doncic shot just 1-for-10 from deep, but finished with 26 points, seven rebounds, 11 assists and four steals in 37 minutes. Dallas forward Dorian Finney-Smith shot 8-for-13 from 3-point range and scored 24 points. Reserves Spencer Dinwiddie, Maxi Kleber and Davis Bertans scored a combined 33 points and shot 7-for-13 from deep.
Chris Paul followed up his uncharacteristically sloppy Game 3, in which he turned the ball over seven times, with another strange performance. This time, he was undone by fouls. Paul picked up his fourth foul near the halftime buzzer, his fifth with 9:32 left in the third quarter and his sixth with about nine minutes remaining in the fourth. He logged only 23 minutes, finishing with five points on 2-for-4 shooting, plus seven assists, five rebounds and two turnovers.
It didn't take long for Chris Paul to come in and go right back to the bench for the rest of this game.
After the Western Force All-Star point guard sat for most of the third quarter withfive fouls, he re-entered the game at 10:28 in the fourth and was called for his sixth at 8:58.