Luka Dončić


Kyrie Irving Linked To Dallas Mavericks Amid Major Trade Rumors: "With Luka Doncic, Kyrie Doesn’t Have To Be Your Best Player.”

With things devolving between Kyrie Irving and the Brooklyn Nets, there is a strong sense that his services are up for grabs in the 2022 offseason. Already, the Lakers, Knicks, and Heat have emerged as potential competitors in the Irving sweepstakes. The Dallas Mavericks may also join the race, as reported by Ric Bucher of FOX Sports.
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Mavericks could acquire Luka Doncic favorite this offseason?

The Dallas Mavericks just traded away Luka Doncic’s soul brother Boban Marjanovic, but they could be doing something else to make it up to Doncic. Veteran basketball writer Marc Stein reported on Friday that the Mavs will explore the possibility of signing veteran guard Goran Dragic this summer. Dragic is set to be an unrestricted free agent.
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How Christian Wood fits alongside Luka Doncic and the Mavericks

After making a surprise run to the Western Conference finals it was abundantly clear that the Dallas Mavericks were simply outmatched against the Golden State Warriors depth, especially in the frontcourt. Kevon Looney punished the Mavericks on the glass, grabbing offensive boards left and right for second-chance buckets. He averaged over 10 rebounds a game, and as a team the Warriors out-rebounded the Mavericks by a margin of 11.4 during the five-game series.

Luka Dončić Gets His Own Air Jordan 36 Low On July 1st

Despite falling a bit short of the NBA Finals, Luka Dončić put the league on further notice that the next five years will be his (no Pat Bev). An MVP campaign seems to be inevitable for the Slovenian superstar, and the next decade plus will be dedicated to building the right team around him to bring another ‘chip to Dallas.

Tracy McGrady Has Big Praise For Luka Doncic: "Luka Is Not The Fastest, He’s Not The Quickest, He Can’t Jump Over A Dollar But Skill-Wise, His Skill Level Is Off The Charts"

Luka Doncic has been in the NBA for only four years, but he's already made a lot of noise in the association. Playing for the Dallas Mavericks is not easy, as the team has failed to give him a team that can aspire to win a title, yet Luka has thrived, taking them to the playoffs in three straight years.
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Where Luka Dončić, Mavs stand after Christian Wood trade | THE HERD

The Dallas Mavericks acquired Christian Wood from the Houston Rockets in exchange for the 26th pick in the 2022 NBA Draft, Boban Marjanovic, Marquese Chriss, Trey Burke and Sterling Brown. Wood averaged just under 18 points and above 10 rebounds a game last season, which will add a strong post option down low, especially shooting wise for Luka Dončić. He will also join Spencer Dinwinddie and Jalen Brunson, if he re-signs with the Mavs. Colin Cowherd analyzes the Mavs' lineup and compares it to the Phoenix Suns, Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers.

The Whiteboard: What can Christian Wood give Luka Doncic and the Mavs?

The Whiteboard is The Step Back’s daily basketball newsletter, covering the NBA, WNBA and more. Subscribe here to get it delivered to you via email each morning. The offseason got off to an unofficial start last night with news that the Houston Rockets had agreed to trade Christian Wood to the Dallas Mavericks for Boban Marjanovic, Sterling Brown, Trey Burke and the No. 26 pick in the draft.

Mavericks finally get Luka Doncic help, trade for Christian Wood from Rockets

The Mavericks have long needed to get more help around Luka Doncic and they made a trade to do just that, landing Christian Wood from the Rockets. Watching the Dallas Mavericks in the 2022 NBA Playoffs, the outcry from fans was clear: Luka Doncic needs more help for this team to truly contend. Sure, the organization somewhat tried previously with guys like Kristaps Porzingis, but the end result was far from what was desired.
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Luka Doncic Doesn’t Need 2nd Star; What Mavs Need is This

Being able to assemble a roster with multiple star players is something general managers around the league dream of. Despite all the company lines about how much a team loves it’s role players and doesn’t want to risk hindering chemistry, if your team hasn’t won a championship yet, there’s a good chance they’d shake things up to form a superteam if given the opportunity.