NBA: Luka Doncic, the Christmas genius: 50 points and NBA history!!

En December 25 children sleep to wait for Santa Claus. He brings, along with his reindeer, gifts to everyone. With the same magic and perhaps launched by that spirit lives Luka Doncic, who did one of his own. That of shining exceedingly. That of having a monstrous game: 50 points (15/25 in TC, 8 triples), 6 rebounds and 14 assists. In the victory of the Dallas Mavericks at Phoenix Suns (114-128) in Arizona and launch your candidacy for everything. The best even in the day that the entire NBA closely monitors its stars. Luka is not a star, he is a supernova.

This was Doncic’s triple to surpass the 40-point barrier

Doncic launched the Mavs with his eight triples and leadership in the final stretch of the game. He seemed a little more complicated when in the third quarter (92-91, 36′) the team’s success dried up, although the only thing he did was increase the Slovenian’s hunger. He put up a block, hit another triple and Dallas was reborn for a 15-4 run. Kevin Durant and Devin Booker. Doncic, for his part, continued doing his thing and placed his 50 on the last play with a layup that should be taught at Hogwarts. His fifth match with 50.

We think with the next man standing mentality

Luka Doncic

“We won, we have to stay standing. We can only think about getting the player who can get up. We are good, we are showing our potential. “I can’t wait to have Kyrie Irving back by my side,” he said at the end. His smile on a court he always takes by storm said it all. He had won and shone.

Luka Doncic, the genius of Christmas: 50 points and NBA history!!

Doncic is among the greatest

It was a perfect night for Doncic, which entered the history books. In the first half he scored one of the far three-pointers of his to break the barrier of the 10,000 points. The second fastest in history to reach at least 2,500 rebounds and 2,500 assists. He sixth youngest to arrive (LeBron James was the least at 23), seventh with fewest games (358, the least being Wilt Chamberlain with 236), and second on Christmas Day. “Whose house is this?” he shouted as he wrote it down. A party.

Fewer matches to reach 10,000 points

  1. Wilt Chamberlain – 236
  2. Michael Jordan – 303
  3. Elgin Baylor – 315
  4. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – 319
  5. Oscar Robertson – 334
  6. George Gervin – 355
  7. Luka Doncic – 358
  8. Bob McAdoo – 358
  9. Rick Barry – 360
  10. LeBron James – 368

And it’s 50 points on Christmas Day. The third best in history on December 25 after the 60 by Bernard King, 59 by Wilt Chamberlain and equal to 50 by Rick Barry. Only three more players at that point. A historic number from a boy for whom any rating falls short. Christmas is magical, Doncic time.

This is how Doncic reached 50 points against the Suns

Luka Doncic, the genius of Christmas: 50 points and NBA history!!

A rookie lights up Miami

The Miami Heat-Philadelphia 76ers will not be remembered as a colossal clash of stars in another arena that traditionally gave away great games for Christmas. Joel Embiid was missing (What’s wrong with him against higher-class teams?) and Jimmy Butler, and it had to be a rookie who was in charge of animating the party. consecration night of Jaime Jaquez Jr. 31 points (11/15 in TC), 10 rebounds and two steals to be MVP in Florida.

Jaime Jaquez shines at Christmas with the Heat

has guts

Erik Spoelstra

A very fun player. Athletic, springs to live above the rim and quite versatile. “He has guts. He has a level of experience beyond his age. We didn’t play a play for him all night,” Erik Spoelstra said., his technician. He hurt the Sixers (119-113) who did not survive a final period in which Miami’s pace was unsustainable and Robinson certified the victory from the outside.


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