Warriors blew the Mavs out in Game 1 of the conference finals and held Luka Doncic to 21 points.

The Warriors used an array of different defensive schemes

including a zone defense Steph Curry once called "janky."

The constantly changing schemes helped throw off Doncic, who vowed to be better in Game 2.

The Golden State Warriors kept Luka Doncic on his toes during Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals

Among them was a box-and-1 defense, a scheme where four players defend a zone while one player shadows an opponent.

You can't do the same thing with Doncic every possession," Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said after the game.

You have to be able to mix it up. He's too good, and so we tried to do some of that.

After the game, Doncic said he had seen the box-and-1 in a game against the Charlotte Hornets this season

but he credited the Warriors with their tenacity on Wednesday.

The Warriors used a defense Steph Curry once called 'janky' to slow down Luka Doncic in a blowout Game 1 win