Nikola Jokic's Sensational Pass Grabs Spotlight In Nuggets-Mavs Match

Photo: Instagram/Nikola Jokic

During the showdown between the Denver Nuggets and the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday, all eyes were on Nikola Jokic as he delivered a jaw-dropping pass that sent social media into a frenzy.

Despite the Nuggets' narrow loss with a final score of 107-105, Jokic's standout performance couldn't be overlooked. 

Finishing the game with 16 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists, and two steals, Jokic showcased his multifaceted skills on the court.

Photo: Instagram/Nikola Jokic

The Nuggets, currently holding the second seed in the Western Conference with a remarkable 47-20 record, have been on a roll, winning nine out of their last ten games. 

Jokic, at the heart of the team's success, continues to amaze fans with his stellar averages of 26.0 points, 12.2 rebounds, 9.1 assists, and 1.3 steals per game.

Despite a slow start for Jokic, shooting 2/10 from the field in the first half, the Nuggets maintained a narrow lead of 61-58 at halftime. 

This resilience underscores the team's determination as they aim for playoff success.

Following their clash with the Mavericks, the Nuggets will face off against the Minnesota Timberwolves next, continuing their quest for dominance in the Western Conference. 

Meanwhile, the Mavericks, currently holding the eighth seed with a 38-29 record, look to solidify their playoff position as they strive for consistency in their performance.

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Source: Sports Illustrated


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