What to expect from Dallas Mavericks in Game 7 vs. Suns: 1. Luka
Luka Doncic is not going to be phased by the moment. The 23-year-old superstar had 46 points, 14 assists, and seven rebounds in his first NBA Game 7 against the LA Clippers last year. Doncic was incredible, but Kawhi Leonard matched him in an epic showdown. That is far from the only time Luka shined in a key moment.
Luka had a 31-point triple-double to defeat the host Lithuania and send Slovenia to their first Olympic games. He was lights out in the knockout stages in Tokyo as he led his country of just over 2 million people to the bronze medal game. Yes, they lost to France and Australia to finish fourth, but Doncic was incredible.
Luka will be at the top of his game on Sunday evening. He is going to be attacking the rim and forcing the Suns' defense to adjust to him in a win-or-go-home contest. Expect a monster stat line from the Mavericks superstar. Will it be enough to send Dallas to the Western Conference Finals?
Fans will not want to miss either Game 7 on May 15. The Celtics host the Bucks at 2:30 p.m. CT before the Dallas Mavericks take on the Phoenix Suns at 7:00 p.m. CT. Expect two fun and entertaining contests that will be talked about for years to come. Be sure to tune in and enjoy.