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Doncic's stunning week

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NEWS | 17/10/2017

He averaged 21.5 points, 5.5 rebounds, seven assists and a performance index rating of 28.5 in the wins over Anadolu Efes and Valencia Basket.
Luka Doncic led the way for Real Madrid in a tough week in which the team prevailed in their two demanding road games at Anadolu Efes and Valencia Basket. The youth-team graduate averaged 21.5 points and a performance index rating of 28.5 to beat his scoring record in a Madrid jersey (27 points).

It's pointless to speak of limits when it comes to Doncic, who exceeds the expectations in every single game, just as he did against Anadolu Efes and Valencia Basket. Istanbul's Sinan Erdem Dome witnessed a outstanding Doncic performance, in which he equalled his best showing in the EuroLeague with a performance index rating of 32 and posted his best-ever points score for Real Madrid after sinking 27 points. He rounded this performance off with four rebounds and assists apiece, whilst receiving four personal fouls in his 27 minutes on court.   

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Sunday saw Real Madrid run out  82-86  winners in their road trip against Valencia Basket, with Doncic playing an influential role in the Whites' triumph. He came close to posting a triple-double with 16 points, seven rebounds and 10 assists en route to a performance index rating of 25 in his 28 minutes of play, unprecedented stats in the Endesa League since 2008. The last player to have registered such figures in a Real Madrid jersey was Drazen Petrovic in the 1988/89 season, when he claimed 25 points, nine rebounds and 11 assists.
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