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Luka Doncic is making his own point that despite possessing that generational talents and abilities, a collective win will always matter at the end of the day.

Doncic just became the first player since the late great Wilt Chamberlain in the 1962-63 campaign to etch seven-straight 30-plus points to start a season. In seven games so far with the Mavs, he is averaging a spectacular 36.1 points (51.4 percent shooting) to go along with 9.0 assists and 8.9 boards en route to a potential MVP season.

But given his team-first approach, Doncic admitted that he has no idea on this recent personal milestone, as he is just focused on compiling win marks.

“I don’t know,” Doncic when asked if he’s aware of his new feat following the Mavs’ 103-100 win over the Utah Jazz, via Callie Caplan of The Dallas Morning News. “I’m trying to win games. Whoever scores more, you’re going to win the games.”

To add up his awareness and leadership on his team, he is very much delighted that Christian Wood was able to be productive again under his watch.

Wood, who just had nine points-average on the last three games prior to their Wednesday win, posted up 21 points in 10-for-15 shooting to go along with 10 boards that heavily contributed to Dallas’ fourth win of the season.

“I told him last game, we’ve got to use him more,” Doncic said about Wood. “That’s on me, and I think we used him a lot more in this game, and he shows what he can do. 

“He was amazing today, and we’ve just got to feed him.”

Both Doncic and the Mavs will try to extend their winning streak to three as they face the Toronto Raptors on Friday.