Dallas Mavericks: Kristaps Porzingis hits impossible trick shot in Orlando

Dallas Mavericks Kristaps Porzingis (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Kristaps Porzingis (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images) /

Dallas Mavericks star Kristaps Porzingis drilled an impossible trick shot in Orlando

The Dallas Mavericks were back at practice on Friday after their scrimmage win over the Lakers. It was a solid all-around performance in the team’s first game since March 11. Fans can read five takeaways from the victory here.

Kristaps Porzingis dealt with foul trouble against the Lakers. He looked a bit rusty. KP still produced eight points, two rebounds, and one steal in 15 minutes of action. The 25-year-old started at center and made the first basket of the game for the Mavericks.

One thing fans do not have to worry about during the restart is Porzingis’ shot. He has it dialed in already. The Unicorn showed off an incredible make at practice on Friday.

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Mavs fans can enjoy KP showing off his trick shot game on Friday.


Supporters are loving these shots from Orlando. Luka Doncic has made numerous ones including this from the team’s first practice on July 10. J.J. Barea also nailed a few that Mavericks supporters have enjoyed.

It was fantastic to see Porzingis joining in on the fun. Supporters have not seen a ton of the Unicorn from the bubble. He is working hard on his game, but KP has not been spotted fishing or getting in on the various off the court competitions.

Kristaps Porzingis needs to be 100 percent in the playoffs. The Mavericks are counting on him to man the center spot and throw off the opposition’s game plan. KP can stretch the floor and protect the rim. That is a deadly combination on a player that stands 7’3.

Expect to see the best Zinger in the postseason as teams go smaller and shorten their rotations. It is going to be a blast to watch, so stay tuned.

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