Dončić becomes second youngest player to score a triple-double

Dončić becomes second youngest player to score a triple-double

The Dallas Mavericks end two game road trip with another loss. The Mavs fell to the Milwaukee Bucks 116-106 and will try to forget forth consecutive loss ASAP. That will not be the case for Luka Dončić who scored 18 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists and clinched his first triple-double in the NBA. At 19 years and 327 days old he missed out on the record for the youngest triple-double in NBA history by less than two weeks, trailing only Philadelphia 76er’s Markelle Fultz who was 19 years and 317 days old when he scored a triple double in April 2018 (also against Milwaukee).

This was Dončić’s 45th career game. He joins only Dennis Smith Jr. and Jason Kidd as Maverick rookies to record triple doubles.

The Mavs are back in action on Tuesday against the Los Angeles Clippers.