Warriors Mavericks' first clash lives up to the hype despite late controversy

DALLAS On Tuesday night, one team arrived at American Airlines Center looking to extend their winning streak of four games.

The other team was determined to end their four-game losing streak.

The final possessions for the Warriors were between Klay Thompson and Steph curry behind the 3-point line. 

Steve Kerr sees this as a dream scenario. However, the result was a Wild 116-113 Warriors loss to the Dallas Mavericks.

This ended their winning streak and ended the Mavericks' skid

To call any November match, a playoff atmosphere at the end is a stretch.

However, the excitement was real when the battle between the Western Conference Finals' winners last season lived up to its name. 

Curry and LukaDoncic, were the stars of the match. For the Warriors, their bench is what can help them come home on a positive note, despite the loss.

There were ten total travels that Tuesday night. Seventeen were against the Warriors, and three were for the Mavs.

Although this is a new development for the Warriors, it's not significant. They have been on the wrong end of several travel calls recently. Kerr only wants consistency.