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Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic records historic triple-double in blowout win over Golden State Warriors

Luka Doncic has done it again.

In the Dallas Mavericks 142-94 win over the Golden State Warriors, the 20-year-old superstar recorded yet another 30-point triple-double - his seventh triple-double of the season and fifth of the season with 30 or more points.

Doncic finished with 35 points (on 10-for-18 shooting), 11 assists and 10 rebounds in just 25 minutes, becoming the first player in NBA history to record a 35-point triple-double in 25 minutes or less.

The sophomore phenom's big performance comes just 48 hours after he became the second player in league history to record a 40-point triple double at the age of 20.

He is now also the youngest player in NBA history to record back-to-back 35-point triple-doubles.

Doncic got his work done early against Golden State as he came out of the gates firing on all cylinders. In the first quarter alone, the 2019 Rookie of the Year scored 22 points, dished out five assists and grabbed five rebounds.

The Warriors finished that same quarter with just 16 points, four rebounds and four assists.

Behind 33 first-half points from Doncic, the Mavericks took a 38-point lead into the break and continued to apply pressure in the second half, leading by as many as 50 points in the two frames.

Over the last 10 games, Doncic is averaging 31.9 points, 11.4 rebounds and 10.5 assists per game, putting him in elite company as just the fifth player in NBA history to average a 30-point triple-double over any 10-game span.

As a reminder, he won't be 21-years-old until late Feb.

Doncic is now averaging 29.9 points, 10.6 rebounds and 9.4 assists this season. He and the Mavericks are back in action when they host the Cleveland Cavaliers Saturday.

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