DALLAS-Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic would have no honor preventing them from advancing to the Western Conference finals.

Despite the high chance, he continues to focus on defeating the Golden State Warriors in the series.

The Mavs are looking to become the first team in NBA history to beat a 3-0 deficit to win the playoff series with a 146-second failure.

Dallas took a step in that direction with a 119: 109 victory in Tuesday's fourth game at the American Airlines Center.

"I mean, I still believe we can win, you know," Donchic said. "Swept or not, in the end, if you lose, you lose. It doesn't matter how much we win. We have to go from match to match. We believe to the end."

Dallas has already shown a shocking result in this post-season, scoring a 2-0 and 3-2 deficit to zero. 1 overall Phoenix Suns in the conference semifinals.

The Mavs finished the series with a 33-point lead from the Suns, the road team's biggest win in Game 7 since 1948. EDITOR'S SELECT

"I just want to win the match and that's it," Donchic said. "We still have a lot, you know, it's not there. We still have three. "