Luca Donsick comments on keeping things in perspective

The Dallas Mavericks reacted to a play in the fourth quarter against the Golden State Warriors in Game Three of the 2022 NBA Playoff Western Conference Final on May 22, 2022 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
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Written on the walls of the Dallas Mavericks.

They are now down 3-0 against the Golden State Warriors after a painful 109-100 Game 3 loss at home on Sunday night.

They did it much more than expected and even knocked down the Phoenix Sun before reaching the Western Conference finals.

Still, the playoffs seem to be coming to an end.

The team leader, Luka Donsic, was honest about his performance and what would happen to him after the loss.

Speaking to the press after the game, Donsick spoke about the present and the future:

“I played very badly in the first three quarters. It’s up to me. I’m still learning. I think after this season is over, whenever we stay, I will look back and learn a lot. This is my first conference final in the NBA. I’m 23, man. I’m still learning a lot. “

Donsik is optimistic about learning from this experience – it’s a smart approach.

Even Donsick’s biggest critics doubt that this will be the last time Western Conference will reach the final.

Looking forward to hiding

Donetsk is not wrong: it certainly made it to the playoffs for the first time.

In fact, he never said goodbye to the first round before this season.

This has led to some serious advances and Donsik repeated challenges.

Throughout these playoffs, Donsick averaged 32.1 points, 8.8 rebounds and 6.2 assists.

He was truly influential on the floor and faced off against some of the biggest names in the league.

Doncic doesn’t crack under pressure and definitely looks like a natural in the post season.

Yes, he still has a way to grow but he has made a great start.

Again, Donsick has shown why he is so special.

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