The NBA superstar has averaged 31.3 points, 9.9 rebounds, and 7.4 assists in this year’s playoffs and made the second round for the first time in his career.
Currently, Doncic is helping keep his Mavs alive against the Phoenix Suns.
Just days ago, the Mavericks were down 2-0 against the Suns in the second round.
But following two back-to-back wins, the series is now even and the Mavs have a legitimate chance at taking down Phoenix.
As for Doncic, he’s reaching a whole new level of play.
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In fact, Doncic is now the first player in NBA playoff history with 650+ points, 150+ rebounds, and 150+ assists through their first 20 playoff games.
It’s hard to sum up that feat but one word does it well: domination.
Doncic To The WCF?
Make no mistake, Doncic isn’t the only guy on his team who has been stepping up recently.
But there is no denying that Doncic is the team’s most important player.
Nearly every play runs through Doncic and he is great as taking shots from anywhere on the floor or finding his open man and making an assist.
He is also terrific at getting physical and putting his body on the line.
That became very obvious on Sunday as he was tossed around the court like a ragdoll.
The Suns were knocking Donic down again and again but that still didn’t stop him.
He has his eyes on the next round and is trying his hardest to get his team there.