Luka Doncic put on a show to win Western Conference Player of the Week
By Tyler Watts
Luka Doncic was unstoppable last week. He led the Dallas Mavericks to four wins and took home Western Conference Player of the Week. Here is his massive highlight reel.
Luka Doncic is taking a superstar turn in his second NBA season. He is leading the Dallas Mavericks into the playoffs by producing historic numbers. There has literally never been a 20-year-old doing what he is in NBA history.
The Mavs are currently fourth in the Western Conference heading into Tuesday’s game against the LA Clippers. They have won five straight with Doncic leading the way. He is not just scoring at an elite clip, but getting his teammates involved. Improved play across the board has led to blowout wins for the Mavericks.
The play has been so strong that Luka Doncic was named Western Conference Player of the Week on Monday. That was for the games from Nov. 18 to Nov. 24. Doncic produced incredible numbers over that stretch. Here is the news breaker from the NBA’s official Twitter account.
It was not just the massive stat line or the four Dallas Mavericks wins, though. Luka Doncic produced an incredible highlight reel over those games. Fans can enjoy it below.
Luka had all his tricks on display last week. He is impossible to stop this season because he has committed to getting to the rim more. That opens up Doncic’s step back 3-pointer and creates more space for the entire team to operate.
It has been an amazing superstar turn for Luka Doncic. Coming out of the draft, some experts pegged him as a future All-Star or All-NBA talent. Nobody expected him to be an MVP candidate at age 20. Doncic is a special talent. Dallas Mavericks fans should be thankful for him.
Luka also has a strong chance of being named Western Conference Player of the Month for November. The Mavericks still have two games remaining, but Doncic was incredible over the first 12. He is averaging 32.5 points, 10.6 rebounds, and 10.8 assists per game over the month. Stay tuned to see if he receives the honor.