Dallas Mavericks beat Detroit Pistons 122-111 in Thursday’s NBA match in Mexico, thanks to a major contribution from the Western Conference franchise’s Slovenian star Luka Doncic.

Doncic was rampant against Pistons, scoring 41 points, having 12 rebounds and making 11 assists in the match held in Mexico City, a rare habit for NBA teams.

The Mavericks small forward got his 8th triple-double this season, becoming the first player in NBA history to record two triple-doubles with 40+ points before the age of 21.

He is 20 years old.

The NBA returned to Mexico for a couple of regular-season games

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