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NBA COMMUNITY IS ASTONISHED BY Luka Doncic and his epic performance against the Clippers

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Luka Doncic once again proved he's truly a unique player and probably a future HOF in tonight's epic performance against the Los Angeles Clippers. After being down by over 20 points in an overtime thriller, the Mavs marched a comeback behind Doncic, who did everything he could to tie the series against the Clippers. Mavs won the game 135-133 while showing unbelievable resilience and poise in the crucial moments, and it was Luka that led the charge.

Luka finished the game with 43 points, 17 rebounds, and 13 assists shooting exceptionally well from the field and, most importantly, scored a game-winning shot in the last second. The rest of the NBA community noticed Luka's extraordinary performance and went to their social media accounts to share their excitement.

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