Luka Doncic, Dallas Mavericks’ superstar, says he feels good after practice. This fuels hope for Game 3’s return

DALLAS — Superstar guard Luka DoncicParticipated in full Dallas MavericksWednesday was his first practice since straining his left leg. This gave him hope that he will be able to return to the field for Game 3 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Utah Jazz.

Doncic, who was injured in the April 10 regular season finale, has gradually increased his basketball activities. On Tuesday, Doncic made explosive moves from his left leg as part of the individual exercise to recover. While he said he felt “good” during his Wednesday 1-on-1 practice, the Mavericks didn't do any live scrimmaging.

Doncic stated, “We shouldn’t rush anything but I think I’m doing a lot.” “I'm getting ready.”

Jason Kidd, Mavs coach, and Doncic said that a decision will be made about Doncic's Game 3 status. Casey Smith, Dallas' health performance director, will have a significant role in the decision. It will be largely based on Doncic's risk of aggravating his injury, which would likely force him out of the rest of the playoffs.

Doncic stated that if there is going to be risk, Doncic doesn't believe he'll play. “But, like I said, yesterday and today were good. If it isn't risky, I won't be able to play for a limited time because I will be anxious. I want to be out there as much time as possible. But, like I said, I will assess how I feel and talk to the medical staff.

“I don’t know if 100 percent is possible. That's what I feel right now. If I'm prepared and there's no risk, it's not a problem. [aggravating the]Injury, I'll Be There.”

As it moves to Salt Lake City, the Western Conference first round series is tied. The Mavericks tied the series with a 110-104 win Monday's Game 2, fueled by guard Jalen Brunson‘s career-best 41-point performance. Doncic was a engaged spectator during the first two games. He spent most of the time standing in front the Mavs bench cheering enthusiastically.

Doncic said that playoff basketball was so much fun, especially when played at home with the fans. “Sitting outside, watching the game is way more stressful than actually playing the game. It is, although I don't understand how. I just miss basketball. Although it has only been two games for me, I still miss it so much.

According to InStreetClothes.com information, the average NBA player absent due to calf strains was 16 days. Mavs reserve guard Frank NtilikinaTwelve days after sustaining a calf strain, Doncic returned to play. Game 3 will be played 11 days after Doncic was injures.

Kidd said, “He's heading in the right directions, and again I know it sounds as a broken record. But we'll be watching how he feels tomorrow. Then hopefully it will be a green light.” “If not, then we're willing to go without.

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