Luka Doncic is a one-man wrecking crew and his highlights from Monday night's victory over the San Antonio Spurs prove just this. Doncic recorded his sixth triple-double of the season while setting a career-high 42 points as the Dallas Mavericks edged past the San Antonio Spurs 117-110.
The Slovenian superstar is arguably the MVP of the season so far, averaging nearly a triple-double per game along with 28.5 points-per-contest.
His ice-cold three-pointer with 29 seconds left to seal the game just illustrates how Doncic has become a certified killer for Dallas this season.
Last season's Rookie of the Year joined legendary company with Monday's wild stat-line, as LeBron James and now Doncic are the only under-21 players in NBA history with a 40-point triple-double performance.
If he manages to continue his current form throughout the season, Doncic might become the youngest player in NBA history to win the MVP award, stealing Derrick Rose's crown.