Doncic becomes first National Basketball Association player with multiple triple-doubles as teenager

Doncic becomes first National Basketball Association player with multiple triple-doubles as teenager

Doncic becomes first National Basketball Association player with multiple triple-doubles as teenager

Wesley Matthews of the Dallas Mavericks is now the first and only undrafted player to nail 1,500 career 3-pointers.

Kyle Lowry contributed 19 points, with all five of his field goals coming from deep. Leonard said. "Our defense got stagnant". Next in the team was Danny Green scoring 22 points. "Then with a burst, he was into the paint".

The Raptors made 17 of 34 3s to the Mavericks' 11 for 36. From the bottom, the Raptors had been able to shot up to 48 percent.

"We certainly have guys that are capable of making free throws", coach Rick Carlisle said.

While the future looks bright for the Mavericks behind Doncic, who is averaging 20.2 points, 6.8 rebounds and 5.3 assists, the Raptors' time is now.

Barnes scored 14 for the Mavericks and Dennis Smith Jr. and Dorian Finney-Smith had 13 each.

He is the first teenager, and the youngest player in league history, to notch a 30-point triple-double. Smith received a technical foul in the first quarter when, after scoring a lay-up over a Serge Ibaka, flexed his muscles over the fallen Raptors player.


The American Airlines Center is all set to witness one of the greatest matches this season between Toronto Raptors and Dallas Mavericks.

Raptors: Host Milwaukee on Thursday night in a matchup of the East's top two teams.

Meanwhile, the Dallas Mavericks have split their last eight games and they will be aiming for a third straight victory after sneaking past the Pistons in a 106-101 home win on Friday.

Luka Doncic continues to amaze.

Matthews, who entered the National Basketball Association in 2009, reached the 1,500-mark in just 698 career-games - which makes him the sixth-fastest National Basketball Association player to do so. The Raptors increased the lead to 13 in the second quarter and led 70-58 at the break.

Dallas is back home February 6 against the Hornets.

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