NBA: A way-too-early look at the superstars that will define the MVP race

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NBA Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic
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4. Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks)

Luka Doncic, the Slovenian prodigy, has been a sensation since his NBA debut. His exceptional skill set, basketball IQ, and leadership qualities make him a standout candidate for this season’s MVP.

With a versatile playing style, Doncic has the ability to control the game’s tempo, displaying remarkable scoring, playmaking, and rebounding abilities.

During the course of the 2022-23 season, The Mavericks superstar elevated his game to even higher levels.

His scoring ability was stellar, averaging over 30 points per game, showcasing his ability to take over games when needed.

Additionally, he was grabbing rebounds and dishing out assists at a high level averaging over eight assists and eight rebounds per game

The Mavericks’ success will directly correlate with Doncic‘s performance. If he continues to lead his team into a prominent position in the Western Conference, Doncic stands as a top contender for the MVP title.

With Kyrie Irving by his side, the Dallas Mavericks should be a team that could make a lot of noise in the West this year.

With his already elite statistics, it is up to the Mavericks to win more games in order for Doncic to finally become the NBA MVP.