Luka Magic: Doncic’s 32-Point Night Not Enough to Top Celtics



Luka Doncic once again proved why he’s considered one of the most talented young players in the NBA, putting on a show for the ages in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. Despite his impressive 32-point, 11-assist, and 11-rebound performance, the Dallas Mavericks ultimately fell to the Boston Celtics 105-98.

Doncic’s night was filled with highlight-reel plays, including a dazzling third-quarter three-pointer over Celtics guard Marcus Smart. The shot was a testament to his incredible skill and confidence, and sent the crowd into a frenzy.

While Doncic’s performance was nothing short of magical, it wasn’t enough to overcome the Celtics’ balanced attack. Boston’s ability to spread the ball around and find open shooters ultimately proved too much for the Mavericks to handle.

Despite the loss, Doncic’s performance was a bright spot for the Mavericks. His ability to rise to the occasion and lead his team with poise and determination is a promising sign for the future of the franchise.

As the series shifts to Dallas for Game 3, the Mavericks will look to build on Doncic’s momentum and secure their first win of the series. With Luka leading the charge, the Mavericks are sure to be a force to be reckoned with in the games to come.


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