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Luka Doncic breaks down the Dallas Mavericks’ win over the Milwaukee Bucks, sharing his relationship with his teammates and the comradery they bring to the court. (1:38) Coach Rick Carlisle then talks about Doncic’s court vision, comparing the 21-year-old’s play to Larry Bird and Jason Kidd. Carlisle then details how his players have come so far since practicing in individual workouts back in Dallas. (4:36) Lastly, Carlisle admits that he “applauded” when he saw Doncic’s between-the-legs pass and says that he continues to be impressed by the Dallas star, adding that he’d “pay money to watch him play.”
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