Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic has been making his case for being the best player in the world for over one year now. He pushed Slovenia to fourth in Olympics in their first time qualifying. Doncic led the Mavs over the top-seeded Suns in dominant fashion, and he is now leading the NBA in scoring. Luka deserves to be mentioned among the NBA’s best.
The Ringer released a fresh set of playing rankings on Dec. 14, and Luka was fourth. Giannis Antetokounmpo grabbed the top spot with Stephen Curry and Nikola Jokic also checking in ahead of number 77.
MFFLs likely wanted to see Doncic a bit higher, but he has cemented himself as a top-five player with a case to be number one. Luka needs to strengthen that case if he wants to take over as the consensus top player in the NBA moving forward.
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The Mavs held their annual Cookies with Santa on Dec. 13 as their players got a chance to meet underprivileged children and give them gifts. Fans can see Luka handing out a present below.
Doncic also had his technical foul from Monday’s win over the Thunder rescinded. He now has five technical on the season.
Sportico also released a fresh set of valuations for NBA franchises with the Mavericks checking in tenth. They are worth $3.26 billion according to the latest ranks.
It was an emotional night in the NBA as former Mavericks assistant and current Rockets head coach Stephen Silas returned to the bench after the death of his father. Houston defeated the Phoenix Suns, and Silas shared a long embrace with Suns coach Monty Williams following the game.
The Dallas Mavericks are back in action on Wednesday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Fans don’t want to miss what Luka Doncic will do next, so please tune in and enjoy the game.