VIDEO: Courtside Camera Caught Luka Doncic Calling Celtics Fan’s Mom A Nasty Name During Mavs’ Game 5 Loss

VIDEO: Courtside Camera Caught Luka Doncic Calling Celtics Fan’s Mom A Nasty Name During Mavs’ Game 5 Loss

Photos of Luka Doncic at NBA Finals

Luka Doncic (Photos via @legendz_nba/X)
A disturbing video of Luka Doncic hitting a Boston Celtics fan with a wild insult has surfaced following the Dallas Maverick’s NBA Finals loss.

The Mavericks bowed out to the Celtics on Monday night after extending the series last week, with Boston winning 106-88 to oust the Mavs in five games and earn their first championship since the 2008 season and their 18th overall.

Doncic cut a frustrated figure throughout the night and, at one point, clapped back at a fan who told him he was tired, insulting his mother.

Check it out in the video below:


Luka Doncic Played The Finals Injured

Luka Doncic was listed on the Mavericks’ injury report for all five games of the series vs. Boston but played every matchup.

“It doesn’t matter if I was hurt, how much was I hurt. I was out there,” he told a reporter after he was asked how much he was hurt. “Tried to play. I didn’t do enough.”

The guard scored 28 points in Game 5, adding 12 rebounds, five assists, and three steals. He shot 12-of-25 from the field and 2-of-9 from three in 48 minutes.

Clearly, it wasn’t enough to buy Dallas another game.

The Slovenian will be keen on returning to the finals following Monday’s disappointment, having made it to the last hurdle for the first time in his six-year spell with the Mavericks.

Doncic had another stellar campaign for the team, averaging 33.9 points, 9.2 rebounds, 9.8 assists, and 1.4 steals. He also shot 48.7 percent from the field and 38.2 percent from three during the regular season.

VIDEO: Stephen A. Smith’s Latest Message About Caitlin Clark And Racism Involves A Wild Reference To Donald Trump

Caitlin Clark, Stephen A. Smith and Donald Trump.Caitlin Clark, Stephen A. Smith and Donald Trump (Photos via Getty & ESPN)
In a recent episode of First Take, host Stephen A. Smith surprised everyone by discussing the challenges faced by Indiana Fever star player Caitlin Clark. While giving his opinion on the criticism surrounding Clark, Smith mentioned a controversial name. The 56-year-old NBA analyst brought up Donald Trump and discussed how race plays a role in Clark’s controversies.

“There’s a broader issue here that can’t be escaped. And that is this: she is a white young lady. And she’s been a magnet in a way that has benefitted the league in ways that others have not, even though their efforts have been worthy and deserving of being as celebrated, if not even more celebrated…. in the end, if you’re white, you’re bright, you’re right, and as a result, the shine comes your way in the eyes of a lot of people in America.” Smith said.

“You have somebody that’s a presidential candidate. What is his claim to fame? Make America Great Again. What have people interpreted that to mean? Make America White Again… what has that led to? A divide. It is not a divide that is created. It is a divide that is illuminated because it highlights and shows that it’s been in existence all along. And It hasn’t gone anywhere.” Smith added.

Caitlin Clark Racism Controversy

After making her debut in the WNBA, Clark has been involved in numerous controversies on a weekly basis. Recently, her fans have been bringing up her name in discussions about racism, misogyny, and homophobia. During an interview, the 22-year-old Fever player was asked about these topics, and she said that her focus was on basketball. Despite Clark ignoring the fans’ actions, another player, Connecticut Sun guard DiJonai Carrington, criticized Clark for ignoring such essential incidents.

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