Luka Doncic voices desire to ‘own farm in Slovenia’ and retire over breaking LeBron James record

The face of the Dallas Mavericks, Luka Doncic, recently expressed his views on breaking the record set by LeBron James. James recently became the leading scorer in the NBA after achieving 39,000 points.

Luka also delved into the NBA vs Euro League debate and compared the two. He pointed out the main difference between the two leagues and provided a clear perspective for the fans, having experience playing in both leagues.

Luka Doncic talks on breaking LeBron James record

Mavs star Luka Doncic recently appeared on “The Old Man and The Three” podcast hosted by JJ Reddick. During the interview, he expressed his views on a lot of topics, and chasing the scoring record of Lakers ace LeBron James was one of them.

James recently was crowned as the leading scorer after surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabar’s record, and when Luka was asked about his intention of breaking it, he had an interesting response.

“I am not playing that long, no chance. I am gonna have my farm, I am going to be in Slovenia,” said Luka when asked about his thoughts on breaking LeBron’s record. However, the conversation started when JJ brought a stat up for the most 35-point games before the age of 25.

He stated that Luka was in third place just below Wilt Chamberlin in second and LeBron James at the top. Reddick stated that Luka could beat Wilt before he turned 25 in February this year but it would be impossible to get to Bron.

Luka Doncic pinpoints difference between NBA and Euro League

During the interview Luka Doncic also talked about the difference between the NBA and the Euro League. He has had the opportunity to play in both leagues and his insight was valuable. Luka has played for Real Madrid in his time in the Euro League where he won several awards. He was brought into the NBA by the Mavs where he has broken records but has failed to win any major honor.

Luka Doncic
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On being asked what his perfect career would be like, Luka replied, “I still have to win, I mean in the NBA. I have won in Europe.” Luka talked about how he still has to achieve a major award or championship in the NBA after he has won a lot of them in Europe.

Doncic showed a desire to win an MVP award and multiple NBA championships if he could. Luka has been a great teammate as well, he once spent $20,000 to give Christmas presents to his teammates.

What do you think of Luka Doncic’s statement about matching LeBron James’ record? Do you think that Luka will win an NBA championship in his career? We are eager to know your thoughts, so drop down in the comments and let us know.

Avi Shravan

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Avi Shravan is an anime, games and sports enthusiast who likes NBA and Soccer. He is an avid reader who loves to write as well. You can find him reading books in a cafe or playing games if he is not watching his favourite team play. You can contact him on [email protected]


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