July 12, 2024

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“That just shows what level he’s playing on right now,” Dallas Mavericks head coach Jason Kidd said about Doncic after the game (h/t ESPN).

“He knows he can score the ball, and he’s also able to find his teammates and lastly, he’s able to rebound the ball,” Kidd added.

Doncic is truly on some sizzling stretch. Over his last six outings, he has averaged 36.3 points, 11.0 rebounds, and 11.5 assists. He’s also shot the ball really well in the same span, knocking down 51.6 percent of his attempts fro the field.

The Mavs Are On The Rise Again

After losing three straight games to start March, the Dallas Mavericks have seemingly figured things out again, having defeated the Miami Heat and the Pistons in back-to-back fashion. Doncic can add to his fiery streak when the Mavericks visit the Chicago Bulls in Windy City this coming Monday.

Doncic led the way for the Dallas Mavericks with 39 points, 10 assists, and 10 rebounds in 37 minutes of floor duty. He shot 13/24 from the field and knocked down four triples while adding three steals and two blocks. He had six turnovers but that can be forgiven, considering the totality of his damage on the Pistons.

According to Stat Muse, Doncic is the first player in the history of the NBA to have six games in a row with a 30-point triple-double. In other words, Doncic is an awesome player.

 

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