Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic put on an historic performance on Tuesday night.
Doncic had the first 60-point, 20-rebound triple-double in NBA history as he led the Mavs to an Improbable comeback 126-121 overtime victory over the New York Knicks at American Airlines Arena in Dallas.
The three-time All-Star's 60 points set a new franchise record.
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Doncic was 21-for-31 from the field and 16-for-22 from the free throw line as he surpassed Dirk Nowitzki’s previous franchise record of 53 points. Nowitzki accomplished the feat in a game on Dec. 2, 2004.
Nowitzki is the highest-scoring foreign-born player in league history. The 2023 Hall of Fame nominee is currently in the sixth spot on the NBA scoring list, but the 23-year-old Doncic is on track to surpass that mark some day.
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Earlier this week, the Mavericks unveiled a statue of the retired German star outside American Airlines Arena.
Doncic also is now credited with the league’s highest-scoring effort of the season.
Doncic's masterful performance left his teammates, along with former and current NBA players, in awe and sent social media into a frenzy.
Mavericks player Christian Wood hit a three-pointer to spark the rally from nine points down in the last 30 seconds of regulation. Wood said he was sending a “GOAT” to Doncic's farm in his native Slovenia.
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The Mavs moved to three games over .500 with their fourth straight win.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.