Two days before his NBA draft dream comes true, Luka Doncic is a champion.
Doncic had eight points and eight rebounds, including a one-footed off-balance three in crunch time, to help lead Real Madrid to a 96-85 win over Kirolbet Baskonia and capture the ACB championship Tuesday.
Former NBA guard Rudy Fernandez led the way for Real Madrid with 27 points, including six threes.
If this was indeed Doncic's final game in Spain, he exited quietly from an individual perspective. He only attempted a handful of shots and ceded to Fernandez, who knocked down four of his six threes in a sensational first half.
Doncic won the Euroleague MVP and Final Four MVP while leading Real Madrid to the championship in what is widely viewed as the second-best basketball league in the world. He is the youngest player to ever accomplish either feat.
Expected to be a top-five pick in Thursday's NBA draft, Doncic said he's unsure whether he will make the trip to New York.
"I don't know what will happen. I will talk with my agents and we will make our decision," Doncic said.
ESPN's Jonathan Givony reported Doncic is expected to be in attendance.