If the Mavericks don’t assemble a team deserving of the NBA Finals, Luka Doncic won’t be sticking around.

Although Luka Doncic and Dirk Nowitzki were teammates for a single season, the first sentiment isn’t all that contentious. However, it should be considered in the context of Luka Doncic’s play in a very different era of basketball. Regarding the second part, it’s possible that Kidd was joking or that he genuinely thinks that. It would be better not to say that. A few of us seasoned observers find it difficult to believe that even LeBron is in Michael Jordan’s league (aside from longevity, in which James clearly outperforms everyone).

This week, Jason Kidd nearly made national news when he deftly diverted our attention away from his team’s performance to proclaim that Luka is superior to Dirk. Furthermore, according to him, Luka is “in the atmosphere of MJ” this season thanks to his otherworldly statistics.

After returning from his baseball hiatus, Jordan played in 82 games in each of the last three championship seasons, elevating the league to an unprecedented level. He also went 6-0 in the NBA Finals. In fact, he participated in 82 games for the Washington Wizards at the age of 39. The only reason Luka is in that “atmosphere” is because, with his current 0-0 record, he still has a chance to win the championship.

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