As the regular season continues in the NBA, the Dallas Mavericks defeated the New York Knicks 126-121 under the leadership of superstar Luka Doncic. The performance of the Slovenian star marked the fight that went into overtime.
Staying on the field for 47 minutes, Doncic scored 60 points with a field goal of 21 out of 31 and carried his team to the victory. The 23-year-old superstar finished with 60 points, 21 rebounds, 5 of which were offensive, and 10 assists, and finished the game with a triple-double.
A FIRST IN NBA HISTORY
Doncic scored 60 points, 21 rebounds and 10 assists throughout the game, breaking new ground in NBA history. The first player to score 60 points this season, the superstar became the first basketball player in NBA history to score a triple-double with 60 points, +20 rebounds and 10 assists.
James Harden became the first player in the NBA to record a 60-point triple-double with 60 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists against the Orlando Magic during the regular season with the Houston Rockets. Doncic beat this historic performance by 11 rebounds.
Making a short speech after the match and evaluating his historical performance, Doncic said, “I am tired to death. I need a rest drink.”