Luka Dončić’s Staggering Career Stats at 25 is ridiculous

As Dallas Mavericks’ superstar Luka Dončić turns 25, he aims to mark the occasion with a bounce-back win following a stunning buzzer-beater loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Dončić, in his sixth NBA season, has etched his name in the league’s history books with a remarkable start to his career in Dallas.

An offensive force, Dončić boasts the third-highest point total (10,825) by a player before turning 25, trailing only LeBron James and Kevin Durant. Additionally, he holds the record for the most three-pointers (1,114) and the second-highest number of triple-doubles (66) by a player under 25 in NBA history.

Dončić’s achievements include joining the elite club of players, alongside Michael Jordan, with multiple 60-point games before turning 25. He stands alone as the only player to achieve a 50-point triple-double before reaching the age of 25. Furthermore, he ranks second in 20-point (61), 30-point (38), and 40-point (8) triple-doubles before hitting the quarter-century mark.

A five-time All-Star, Dončić, selected in the 2018 NBA draft, continues to accumulate accolades. In the ’23-’24 season, he is enjoying a career-high performance, leading the league with an impressive 34.5 points per game, accompanied by 9.6 assists and 8.1 rebounds per game. As he celebrates his 25th birthday, Dončić’s impact on the court is already etched in NBA history.

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