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Watch: Some of the Exquisite No Look Passes of Luka Doncic This Season

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This NBA season has featured some of the most outrageous passes in recent times. All the players have made it look incredibly easy with the way they have passed the rock. However, one of the passes that will definitely make it to the top of the charts at the end of the season will be of Luka Doncic to Tim Hardaway Jr.

It was the most outrageous of passes. With seven minutes left in the second quarter, Doncic took the ball and drove to the basket. Engaging Robert Covington, he picked the ball over his head and flicked it back to Hardaway Jr. who was completely open on the 3-point arc.

Hardaway sunk his shot from downtown to complete one of the most elaborate and sublime plays in recent times. However, this play was not enough to save them from a defeat against the Portland Trail Blazers. Here we bring you some of his best passes.

Portland Trail Blazers snatch the win from Luka Doncic and co

A collective effort from Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, and Carmelo Anthony resulted in the Blazers cruising to a 125-119 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night. The Moda Center was lit up by incredible performances from both teams as Lillard and Doncic put on MVP-worth shows.

Damian Lillard finished with 31 points to his name. He also racked up 6 rebounds and 3 assists for his side. However, Luka Doncic was the star of the show, even though it ended up being for a losing cause. He scored 38 points along with 9 rebounds and 9 assists.

It was a close affair up until the end of the fourth quarter. However, Carmelo Anthony and McCollum combined to take the game away from Mavs. McCollum finished with 32 points and 4 assists.

The Portland Trail Blazers are sixth in the Western Conference standings at the moment. They are in contention for the playoffs. The Dallas Mavericks, on the other hand, are eighth in the standings. Although they lie squarely in the playoff spots, eight is a precarious position, especially with the Golden State Warriors below them.

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