Luka Doncic Stats
- Height / Weight
- 79 / 230 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/28/1999 (23)
Luka Doncic Last 10 Games
Luka Doncic News
Dallas Mavericks point guard Luka Doncic became the 10th player in NBA history with at least 50 triple-doubles, racking up 33 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in Friday's blowout victory over Denver. He reached the milestone in his 278th career game and only Oscar Robertson has needed fewer games (111) to record 50 triple-doubles. Doncic's stat line also included one steal and two turnovers, and he shot 11-for-22 from the field and 9-for-11 at the foul line with a 2-for-7 record from downtown. The Mavericks superstar is having a spectacular year, averaging 34.3 points per game with 9.1 rebounds and 8.1 assists, and he will be aiming to crush the Nuggets again Sunday.
Dallas Mavericks point guard Luka Doncic will sit out Wednesday's clash with the Rockets for rest purposes. Dallas is completing a back-to-back set and Doncic is getting a night off after a busy 40-minute outing against the Clippers. This will the first game of the season he misses. Tim Hardaway Jr. looks likely to hop into the starting five with Doncic out, while Spencer Dinwiddie also gets a boost. Hardaway Jr. has been very inconsistent this season, but Dinwiddie should be a great option for fantasy managers. He's been enjoying his time playing alongside Doncic as well, averaging 20 points for the month with four rebounds and nearly six assists.
Dallas Mavericks point guard Luka Doncic posted his second 40-point triple-double of the season Saturday night against Portland, completing a 117-112 victory with 42 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists. His three-point shooting was poor at 1-for-5, but Doncic's overall effort from the field was very strong as he went 13-for-22 with a 15-for-18 record at the foul line. Luka also found time to pick up two steals and one block with two turnovers in 38 minutes. With 12 games played, Doncic has been able to post 30-plus points 10 times, and this looks like the start of a very special season. Orlando and Washington slowed him down a bit this week, but the Mavs superstar came back very strongly, and he should be ready to provide another juicy line Tuesday versus the Clippers.
Dallas Mavericks point guard Luka Doncic joined the legendary Wilt Chamberlain as the second player in the NBA to score 30-plus points in nine consecutive games to begin a season. He had 36 points on 11-for-22 shooting in Monday's 96-94 win over Brooklyn. Doncic shot 5-for-9 from downtown and collected six rebounds and six assists with two steals, one block and five turnovers in 38 minutes. The Slovenian sensation is on an incredible tear and is averaging a league-high 36 points per game. However, with Wilt being Wilt, Doncic is still miles away from posting the all-time record for the best season-opening scoring streak. Chamberlain opened the 1962-63 campaign with 23 consecutive 30-point outings.