Luka Doncic Earns Maximum Extension in Dallas

Luka Doncic has inked a fresh five-year, $207M supermax rookie extension with the Dallas Mavericks, as reported by Adrian Wojnarowski and ESPN today. The deal also includes a player option for Doncic in the last year. 
Doncic was eligible for the maximum contract because he has made two All-NBA 1st teams, and has had one the best starts to an NBA career ever - averaging 25.7 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 7.7 apg across his three seasons in Dallas. A large swath of Dallas' front office made the trip to Slovenia in order to sign the deal, including owner Mark Cuban, GM Nico Harrison, new head coach Jason Kidd, and special advisor and all-time great Dirk Nowitzki. 

As per Bobby Marks, the extension works in the following manner: 
Speaking about the contract, Doncic told ESPN: 
Today is a dream come true. The game of basketball has given me so much and has taken me to so many amazing places. I am humbled and excited to remain in Dallas as part of the Mavericks. I am committed to the organization and appreciate the support of my fans. Along with this new contract, I am also happy to announce that I am increasing my efforts and focusing on expanding The Luka Dončić Foundation. My foundation is an international non-profit that will give back to places that mean so much to me like my home country of Slovenia, as well as the communities in North Texas.
Doncic is coming off a superb showing in the Olympics, nearly leading Slovenia to a medal. They were beaten by France in the semi-finals despite Doncic putting up the third triple-double in Olympic history (LeBron James is the last player to do so), before losing to Australia in the Bronze medal match. 
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