Mavericks: Luka Doncic provides a laugh in this throwback video

Tyler Watts
Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic Copyright 2019 NBAE (Photo by Glenn James/NBAE via Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic Copyright 2019 NBAE (Photo by Glenn James/NBAE via Getty Images) /

The Dallas Mavericks reposted a hilarious interview with Luka Doncic from his rookie year. Check it out here for a hearty laugh.

The Dallas Mavericks drafted Luka Doncic in 2018. He was 19 years old with all the potential in the world. Doncic had just won EuroLeague and Liga ACB MVP with Real Madrid. He was by far the most accomplished player in his draft class. Fans may never know why the first two teams passed on him, but the Mavs jumped at the chance to trade up for the rights to Doncic.

Nobody expected him to be a superstar before turning 21, though. Luka became great in his second NBA season. He is a triple-double machine. Doncic is one of the league’s best playmakers and an absolute ace in the pick and roll. He started his first All-Star game and should be named first-team All-NBA after the season concludes.

With all professional sports on hiatus, the Dallas Mavericks reached into the vault to give fans a laugh on April 12. Check out this hilarious interview with Luka Doncic from shortly after him joining the Mavs.

His Australian accent made me chuckle, but nothing topped the shower question. His facial expression after answering forced me to lose it. Mavericks supporters should check it out.

Hopefully, everyone is staying safe and healthy during this uncertain time. All MFFL’s cannot wait to see Luka Doncic and the Mavs back on the court doing their thing. There is no word on when or if the season will resume, though. The team will be ready for their shot in the playoffs whenever they get the chance.

Stay tuned to The Smoking Cuban for updates plus everything supporters need to know about the Dallas Mavericks.

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