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Wagers worth watching for Mavericks-Suns Game 7 NBA Playoffs Western Conference semifinals matchup

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Mavericks guard Luka Doncic, right shoots over Suns center Deandre Ayton, left, during Dallas' dominant Game 6 win Thursday night. 

If the top-seeded Phoenix Suns thought the Dallas Mavericks were going to roll over in their NBA Playoffs Western Conference semifinal series, they were sadly mistaken.

A demonstrative Luka Doncic gritted his teeth and delivered No. 4 Dallas to a 113-86 blowout of Phoenix in Game 6 at American Airlines Center on Thursday night, forcing a deciding seventh game Sunday in the Valley of the Sun.

Doncic piled up 33 points, 11 rebounds, eight assists and a whopping four blocks to silence the Suns, coming off their own dominating win in Game 5. Reggie Bullock added 19 points and seven boards.

Doncic outplayed Suns stars Devin Booker (19 points, three assists) and Chris Paul (13 points, four assists). The Mavs' defense dictated things, forcing Phoenix into a stunning 22 turnovers and sub-40% shooting.

Who will walk away from this wild, West series victorious? FrontPageBets take a look at wagers of note for the finale with a spot in the conference finals in the offing.

(Odds courtesy of DraftKings.)

Dallas Mavericks vs. Phoenix Suns

When: Sunday, 8 p.m.

Site: Footprint Center, Phoenix


Spread: Phoenix -6 (-110); Dallas +6 (-110)

Money Line: Phoenix -260; Dallas +210

Over/Under: 207 (-110)

Luka Doncic points: Over 34.5 (-120); Under 34.5 (-105) 

Devin Booker points: Over 27.5 (-125); Under 28.5 (+100) 

Deandre Ayton rebounds: Over 10.5 (-145); Under 10.5 (+110) 

The pick: Phoenix, 110-103

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Gerry Ahern is senior content editor for FrontPageBets. A 35-year veteran sports editor and digital media executive, he has led coverage of the biggest events in sports, from Super Bowls, to Final Fours, to Olympics, to the Masters. 


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