The video of Luka Doncic belittling Kris Dunn has gone viral on Twitter
In the process of defeating the Utah Jazz 147-97, Luka Doncic recorded his historic 60th career triple-double. But the victory was tainted by a taunting incident in which Doncic was accosted by Kris Dunn, which led to technical fouls for both players.
Audio of Luka Doncic mocking Kris Dunn during fight goes viral
With another historic performance that saw him record his 60th career triple-double, Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks crushed the Utah Jazz. However, after receiving a technical foul in the triumph, a mocking event marred the almost flawless day for the Slovenian basketball sensation.
Kris Dunn of the Jazz was put in charge of guarding Doncic with 3:38 remaining in the third quarter. Walker Kessler is guarding the paint, so as the four-time NBA All-Star breaks the defence, he has to kick out to the open shooter to make the layup. However, Dunn finds himself being influenced by the Mavs’ defence as he follows Doncic, which he dislikes. Dunn approaches Doncic and touches his face with a finger.
Doncic walked away from the altercation and smiled villainously at his opponent in payback. Each player received a technical foul, and Luka Doncic was taken aback to learn that he had also received one.
LEAKED Audio Of Luka Doncic Trash Talking Kris Dunn👀:
Luka: “Yo, what happened?”
Luka: “He’s just mad I’m busting his a**, bro… I’m giving him buckets.”
Then, the ref tries to calm things down by telling Luka: “Can y’all shake hands?”
Luka responds with: “Hell no” pic.twitter.com/wwNDnOA6Jq
— LegendZ (@legendz_nba) December 7, 2023
Doncic begged the officials to understand, saying, “I didn’t do nothing he just mad I’m busting his a**.” Doncic elaborated to the reporters after the game, saying that he did not intentionally hurt Dunn and was still shocked by the technical penalty that was called against him.
Dallas crushed Utah on Wednesday
The Dallas Mavericks won their 12th game of the year thanks to a 40-point performance by Luka Doncic. Luka Doncic put on yet another incredible performance, contributing 40 points, 11 assists, and 10 rebounds in just 31 minutes of action. Even more amazing was the fact that Luka Doncic was the first player to record a 25-point triple-double by halftime, having already recorded 29 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists. This made his triple-double the fifth-fastest of all time.
Tim Hardaway Jr. contributed 17 points off the bench, and Kyrie Irving, who finished with 26 points, four assists, and three rebounds, helped him out. With 21 points, Ochai Agbaji led the Jazz in scoring, while Kris Dunn, who got into a fight with Doncic in the third quarter, managed just 8 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 assists.
The Dallas Mavericks’ next away game is on December 8 against the Portland Trail Blazers. Three days later, they play the Memphis Grizzlies at the FedExForum.