Luka Doncic is easily one of the best players in the NBA right now. Ever since he made his debut in the league back in 2018, Doncic showed the NBA why he was an MVP in the Euroleague. A 6'7" point guard, Doncic is the epitome of a modern NBA guard. Not only does he have a size advantage over other guards, but Doncic is also a multi-level scorer who can get buckets at his will.

In his 4 seasons in the league, the Slovenian has been a phenom for the Dallas Mavericks. Breaking records left, right, and center, the 23-year-old unsurprisingly has been an MVP candidate for two seasons running. As impressive as his regular season performances have been, the 3-time All-Star has truly shown his star power in the playoffs. Clearly the Mavericks' talisman, Doncic does the heavy lifting for the side in the postseason. 

This was especially true in the 2022 NBA playoffs. After missing the first three games of the playoffs, Doncic made an incredible comeback against the Utah Jazz. After defeating the Jazz, though, the Mavs had an impossible task in their hand as they faced off against the defending Western Conference champions, Phoenix Suns.