Luka Doncic becomes second-youngest player in NBA history to top 30 points in 4 straight games

Once upon a time, there was an NBA draft prospect named Luka Doncic who had just won the MVP award in the world’s second-most competitive basketball league at the age of 19. He was widely regarded as a top-two talent in the 2018 NBA draft, but fell to No. 3 for a variety of reasons. One of those reasons might have been the perception that Doncic was a high-floor, low-ceiling prospect, with little room to grow compared to some other prospects. Well, that player just dropped 41 points and 10…

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The future is here, and it is Luka Doncic

1. Luka Doncic is the game’s next great innovator You are supposed to pick a highlight here and describe it, typically — a play so exquisite that it encapsulates and puts a bow on all the others. You can’t put a bow on Luka Doncic, though, and that’s precisely the point: Every new play is a stepping stone to something newer. Doncic himself, who walks in the footsteps of creative giants, is proof of that. The 3-and-rim-centric shot chart that James Harden built with focus and vision — and through…

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Luka Doncic torches Warriors with 33-point first-half points en route to 7th triple-double in 14 games

Luka Doncic exceeded his lofty expectations last season with a breakout Rookie of the Year campaign that announced a new era of Dallas Mavericks basketball. Somehow he’s found an even higher gear in his second season that has the 20-year-old looking like a prime MVP candidate as he lights basketball courts and box scores on fire. Doncic nearly outscores Warriors in 1st half The Golden State Warriors got a heavy dose of Doncic in the first half of their Wednesday matchup that saw the Slovenian point guard set an NBA season high…

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Luka Doncic puts up 42, records yet another triple-double to lead Mavericks past Spurs

Luka Doncic isn’t slowing down in his sophomore campaign in the league. Doncic finished with yet another triple-double on Monday night, leading the Dallas Mavericks to a 117-110 win against the San Antonio Spurs at the American Airlines Center with a career-high 42 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds. At 20 years old, he’s now just the second-youngest player in NBA history to record a 40-point triple-double behind just LeBron James. Dallas led throughout the entire contest on Monday night, and built up a quick 18-point lead in the first…

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