Luka Doncic triple-double Streak Ends, but Mavericks Dominate Bulls in 127-92 Victory

In a commanding performance against the Chicago Bulls, the Dallas Mavericks secured a 127-92 victory, propelled by Luka Doncic impressive triple-double streak. Despite falling just shy of a seventh straight 30-point triple-double, Doncic’s all-around brilliance contributed 27 points, 14 assists, and 12 rebounds to the win. Exiting the game midway through the fourth quarter, Doncic concluded his historic streak of 30-point triple-doubles at six, showcasing his team-first mentality.

Coach Jason Kidd emphasized Doncic’s focus on winning, downplaying the significance of individual statistics. Doncic’s recent achievements include surpassing Jason Terry for No. 2 in the team’s all-time 3-pointers made list and overtaking Shawn Bradley for No. 4 in the team’s all-time rebounding list. Since the All-Star break, Doncic has been a force, averaging 36.4 points, 10.1 rebounds, and 11.4 assists per game.

Former Bulls center Daniel Gafford also shone, making all nine of his field goals for Dallas and extending his run of consecutive made shots to 28, seven shy of the NBA record. The Mavericks, outscoring the Bulls by 28 in the first quarter, delivered their most lopsided victory of the season while holding Chicago to a season-low in points.

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