Luka Doncic at Eurobasket 2022: statistics, highlights, results, matches and all the details of his task with Slovenia

Luka Doncic he is one of the great stars NBA to follow in Eurobasket 2022 which will start on September 1. The Slovenian player has earned this consideration after marveling at his first appearance with his team in 2017 and brushing the Olympic medal in 2021.

Now the figure of Dallas Mavericks will have the difficult task of leading Slovenia back to the top. All this starting with a group stage that is not easy, measuring itself at France, Lithuania, Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Hungary.

Here are the highlights of Luka Doncic at the Eurobasket.

Luka Doncic at Eurobasket 2022, up to date: statistics, highlights, results and matches

Defeat before the debut in the Eurobasket

The Slovenian National Team said goodbye to the last windows for the 2023 World Cup before the Eurobasket with a defeat against Germany. The union of Dennis Schroder (17 points) and Franz Wagner (16) was too much for the Balkans in another great performance by Luka Doncic.

The Mavs player could not avoid the fall due to 90 a 71, something that increases the uncertainty regarding the true potential of Slovenia. Even so Doncic finished with 23 points on 7-of-16 shooting from the field, 6 rebounds and 6 assists.

When does Luka Doncic play? Calendar and matches of Slovenia in the Eurobasket

Date Rival Schedule (MX, ET, AR, ES)
Thursday, September 1 Lithuania 10:15, 11:15, 12:15, 17:15
Saturday September 3 Hungary 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 17:30
Sunday September 4 Bosnia-Herzegovina 10:15, 11:15, 12:15, 17:15
Tuesday, September 6 Germany 13:30, 14:30, 15:30, 20:30
Wednesday, September 7 France 10:15, 11:15, 12:15, 17:15

Palmares of Luka Doncic with Slovenia

Despite his youth Luka Doncic (born 1999), the Ljubljana native has established himself as a fixture in the Slovenian national team. the player of Dallas Mavericks premiered with the absolute in the best possible scenario as it was the Eurobasket de 2017.

There, at just 18 years old, the star became known to the world by leading his country along with Goran Dragic oroachieving that medal for the first time in the “short” history of the Balkan state. Doncic averaged 14.3 points, 8.1 rebounds and 3.6 assists in that tournament.

Due to the change in the qualification model for the tournaments, Slovenia was not in the 2019 World Cup but was in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo (disputed in 2021). At the Olympic event, Doncic surprised again and placed his team in a position to fight for the medals, staying on the verge of the final and finishing in fourth place after losing to Australia.


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