Former NBA Player Reveals Major Flaw In Luka Doncic's Game

Photo: Instagram/Luka Doncic

Luka Doncic, hailed as one of the NBA's top players and a strong contender for MVP this season, isn't without his weaknesses.

Former Memphis Grizzlies forward Chandler Parsons recently shared insights on FanDuel's Run It Back show, highlighting a significant flaw in Doncic's game.

According to Parsons, Doncic's Achilles' heel isn't his defense, but rather his tendency to gripe at referees during games. "They are on him and it's a real issue and it's a concern," Parsons expressed. "If you watch the game, every single play he's got something to say."

Photo: Instagram/Luka Doncic

Parsons pointed out that Doncic often lets frustrations with referees affect his game, especially when facing physical defenders like Lou Dort. "Still, in the middle of the game when things aren't going your way and you're missing shots and you feel like you're getting fouled every single play, he just has to talk to the refs," Parsons emphasized.

At just 25 years old, Doncic still has room to mature as a player, and addressing his tendency to argue with referees could be a key aspect of his growth. "It's something he has to get better at, he has going to have to grow... he's got to be more mature," Parsons remarked.

While winning an NBA championship could potentially quell Doncic's frustrations, Parsons suggested that without addressing this weakness, Doncic's quest for a championship might be hindered. As Doncic continues to evolve, addressing this aspect of his game could be crucial to his future success.

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Source: Sports Illustrated 

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