Slovenian basketball player Luka Doncic played a great game in the victory of Dallas against Brooklyn with 129:125, and broke some records in the NBA league and once again delighted the fans of the strongest basketball league in the world.
Dallas Mavericks won against Brooklyn Nets after extra time, and after there was no winner in the regular part (112:112), Doncic and his teammates did better in the extra minutes and in the end with 17:13, i.e. 129:125 in total, they won.
Although last night Irving and Durant were in an extremely good mood and scored 39 and 37 points respectively, in the end the incredible Luka Doncic was the convincing first name of the match, who achieved a triple-double effect in just over 40 minutes spent on the floor.
Doncic finished the game with 41 points, and in addition, he had 11 rebounds and an excellent 14 assists, and added 3 steals to these triple-double numbers.
It is the 47th triple-double performance for the Slovenian since he arrived in the strongest basketball league in the world, and no one before him managed to achieve such numbers in the three basic categories and add 3 stolen balls to that.
He reached the triple-double effect when he had 30 points on his account, which is the 22nd time in his career that he achieved a triple-double effect with more than 30 points, passing Wilt Chamberlain on the all-time list of greats.
As he finished the game with 41 points, it was the third time in his career that he had a triple-double performance of 40 or more points, and he also became only the 10th player in NBA history to reach three or more triple-doubles. – double results in which he scored 40 points. He matched the feats of Michael Jordan, Larry Bird and Pete Maravich.
Brooklyn Nets – Dallas Mavericks 125 – 129 cont.
Oklahoma City Thunder – Los Angeles Clippers 118:110
Golden State Warriors – Miami Heat 123:110
Sacramento Kings – Memphis Grizzlies 110:125