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Luka Doncic shines at the age of 21

Luka Doncic has reached the superstar level in the NBA. Even though she has just spent her second season fighting in the number one basketball tournament on the planet.

The Slovenian basketball star spent his second season with great progress that few could expect. The Doncic averaged 28.8 points, 9.4 rebounds and 8.8 assists after 61 games in the 2019/20 season. Impressive performance helps Doncic have the first appearance at the annual All-Star festival.

Doncic is the second youngest player in history to achieve triple-double with 40 points, behind LeBron James. Dallas Mavericks boss Mark Cuban even views Doncic as the team’s treasure. “If I had to choose between my wife and keep Luka Doncic in the Mavericks, I would go to the lawyer’s office to prepare for a divorce,” he declared.

The 21 defender played as well and exploded strongly in the play-offs. The Doncic finished the playoffs with a mean of 31 points, 9.8 rebounds, 8.6 assists and 48 percent throw performance. Even Doncic still excelled after suffering a leg injury since the third match against the Los Angeles Clippers.

Doncic is the second player after legendary Michael Jordan to have a buzzer beater and hit the 40-point mark in a playoff. Jordan did the same in 1989.

Doncic also broke Michael Jordan’s 35-year record. Luka Doncic surpassed Michael Jordan to become the youngest player in history to hit 35 points, 10 rebounds and 15 assists in the match.

Mavericks is still determined to compete to get 2 wins in 6 matches thanks to the outstanding performance of Doncic. Although the Mavericks had to stop in the first round of the play-offs, Doncic soon confirmed his talent and position in the best basketball tournament.

Marcus Morris’s brutal foul situation with Luka Doncic became the focus on social media. Morris received criticism from fans and media after thrusting his hands twice in a row on Doncic’s head in an attempt to defend.