Luka Doncic, the Slovenian Dallas Mavericks star, continued his brilliance recently, scoring a “Triple Double” to lead his team to a 114-129 victory over the Houston Rockets in the NBA.
The Slovenian scored 35 points with 12 rebounds and 13 assists.
Doncic managed to achieve the “Triple Double” with 30 points in the first three quarters, an achievement that has been achieved only 7 times since the 1997-98 season, including five times for the Slovenian star alone.
Christian Wood, who came from the Houston Rockets last summer, scored 21 points, including 5 three-pointers, as his team achieved its fifth consecutive victory.
Doncic excelled in his team’s match against the New York Knicks 3 days ago, by scoring 60 points, with 21 rebounds and 10 assists, and became the first player in the history of the NBA to achieve “Triple Double” “ten or more in three statistical categories”, with 60 points and 20 rebounds. at least.
Doncic also became “2.01 meters” the second player after James Harden to score 60 points in the “Triple Double”, as the latter scored 60 points with 10 rebounds and 11 assists in 2018, when he was then defending the colors of the Houston Rockets.
The Memphis Grizzlies inflicted their fifth consecutive defeat on the Toronto Raptors, beating them 119-106, thanks to 25 points from Dillon Brooks.
The New York Knicks suffered the same fate, losing for the fifth time in a row to the San Antonio Spurs 112-115. Keldon Johnson was the best scorer in the ranks of the winner, with 30 points.
And the 41 points scored by Julian Randle in the ranks of the Knicks did not help to keep the loss away from his team.
In two other matches, the Charlotte Hornets defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-113, and the Indiana Pacers defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 135-126.