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Doncic led his Dallas Mavericks to a 119-115 victory by going off for 29 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds. His three-pointer with 23.9 seconds remaining gave the Mavs the lead for good.
He came up huge in the clutch, giving his team the lead three times with a go-ahead bucket in the final 90 seconds. That is a feat no rookie had accomplished in nearly two decades, according to ESPN Stats & Info:
The 19-year-old also joined some exclusive company with his latest double-double:
Friday was Doncic's third consecutive game with 27-plus points.