Luka Doncic delivered a clutch performance, leading the Dallas Mavericks to a 2-0 lead against the Minnesota Timberwolves in the Western Conference finals.

Doncic’s game-winning three-pointer over Rudy Gobert, the reigning Defensive Player of the Year, with 3 seconds left sealed a narrow 109-108 victory for the Mavericks, further solidifying his status as a clutch performer in the playoffs.

With his fifth triple-double of the postseason, Doncic demonstrated his all-around brilliance on the court.

In a post-game interview on Inside the NBA on TNT, Doncic commented on Gobert’s defensive abilities, acknowledging the center’s length, but pointed at him being slower.

“He’s long… I can’t move fast, I can move faster than him,” Doncic said, prompting laughter from the show’s crew.

The series now shifts to Dallas for Game 3, where the Timberwolves face an uphill battle to overcome the Mavericks’ momentum.

Doncic’s confidence and leadership will be crucial as the Mavericks aim to extend their lead and secure a spot in the NBA Finals.