Only Luka Magic can explain how Doncic made this and-1 layup.
On this play, Doncic ran full-court towards the hoop, weaving through the Charlotte Hornets team. Luka easily drove past Cody Zeller, forcing the big man to try to hold him down under the rim. The contact forced Doncic to turn 180 degrees. This didn’t do much to slow down the Dallas Mavericks star, as he flipped a shot on the opposite side of the rim. The ball hit backboard and in, as the refs called the and-1. Doncic smiled slyly afterwards with a slight head tilt acknowledging the acrobatic marvel that just happened.
Doncic rocked the Hyperdunk X Low for this moment. The high-top and low-top features the same specs, with the collar height being the only difference. The Hyperdunk X boasts Zoom Air units in the heel and forefoot for a responsive bounce to your step. An external heel cup and TPU piece on the midsole add weigh to the shoe, but also provide support that was a staple in the Hyperdunk line.