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Dallas Mavericks

The lead he’s built is remarkable given the potency of the freshman class, while it may be early to announce Luka Doncic this year’s Rookie of the Year.
The 20-year-old is keeping firm that is historic. If the effort closed now, he’d join Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson since the only two rookies to average 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists. He’s even blown optimistic projections . The Dallas Mavericks, though, didn’t stop at one unicorn. They rolled the dice onto another before the deadline, landing 7’3″ shot-blocker and three-point sniper Kristaps Porzingis. Sure, he’s coming off an ACL tear and won’t play with this year, before going down, but he had been doing things that is unseen.
Pairing Doncic and Porzingis together gives its long-awaited blueprint for the post-Dirk Nowitzki era to Dallas, and the ceiling is high enough to turn that plan into a name.
“Dallas now has two gamers under the age of 25 who are the best two players on a tournament team,” The Ringer’s Jonathan Tjarks wrote. “Just about every team in the league would kill for that opportunity.”
The Mavs also generated major spending cash for this summer, and a bounce of a couple of balls could retain their pick from the Hawks. Even while factoring in the risks together with Porzingis, who can become a free agent this offseason, Dallas’ future looks blindingly bright.

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