Saturday, January 28, 2023

Luka Doncic Made NBA History On Tuesday Night

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The Dallas Mavericks have a once-in-a-lifetime kind of player leading the way.

Luka Doncic proved to be special again last night, making history by recording the first-ever game with at least 60 points, 20 rebounds, and 10 assists.

James Harden had already recorded a 60-point triple-double, but Luka’s 21 boards made this even more impressive.

More than that, Luka pulled off an incredible comeback against the New York Knicks, forcing overtime before taking the game home in the final five minutes.

“Everybody’s still in shock,” coach Jason Kidd said after the game. “He’s special. The history of the game is written by the players and it was written again tonight. For a player, Luka, doing something that’s never been done before. It’s hard to do. There were great players before him. I think he was next to [Elgin] Baylor and Wilt [Chamberlain]; he was in that class. And then he separated himself. He made his own class which is pretty cool. We sit here every night, and we’re lucky. We can’t take him for granted. Again, people get their money’s worth when they come to watch him play. He puts on a show. But he’s all about winning. He believes he can win every night. As a teammate and a coach, that’s who you want in that locker room.”

Doncic left the NBA world in awe with one of the most iconic and impressive performances this game has ever seen.

And perhaps, the biggest part about this is that he’s making it all seem so natural, so normal, and he’s only getting started.



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