Luka Doncic makes history as the youngest MVP of the Final Four

Luka Doncic made another outstanding performance and helped Real Madrid beat Fenerbahce 85-80 in Euroleague’s Championship Game and win the title for a record 10th time.

Doncic ended the game with 15 points, four assists and 17 in the PIR system. He was equally tremendous against CSKA Moscow in the semi-final, with 16 points, seven rebounds and 18 in the PIR system.

The 19-year-old guard was named the MVP of the Final Four and made history, as he became the youngest player to ever win this award.

Doncic has a magical season so far, as he has won everything. He won the EuroBasket with Slovenia and was a member of the All-Tournament Team. He also became Euroleague champion for the first time in his career.

He claimed the Rising Star Award for a second straight season and was named the MVP of the regular season in the Euroleague and the MVP of the Final Four.

Only three other players in Euroleague history have been named the MVP of both the regular season and the Final Four. These are Dimitris Diamantidis (2011), Vassilis Spanoulis (2013) and Nando De Colo (2016).

Doncic has done it all this season and is now getting ready for his next step, which will be to move to the NBA, as the number one or number two pick in the Draft.