Dallas Mavericks big man Kristaps Porzingis effectively shut down talks that he only plays well without Luka Doncic, as both players bagged a monster game in the Mavs’ blowout of the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday.

For Porzingis, he and Luka are getting used to playing with each other. He then noted that their partnership will only get better as time goes on.

Porzingis registered 27 points and 13 rebounds in the Mavs’ dominant 130-111 win over the Kings. Doncic was back in action after missing seven games due to an ankle injury, finishing the game with 33 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists.

The Luka Doncic-Kristaps Porzingis partnership has been one of the most hotly anticipated duos since Dallas traded for the Latvian star from the New York Knicks last season. After all, they are considered as two of the best young European players in the world.

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Since entering the league, Doncic has been nothing but excellent in his play. Fans and experts alike have continually praised Doncic, claiming that he has all the tools to be an all-time greats.

Porzingis, meanwhile, continues to dazzle us with his quickness and shooting stroke — all built in a sturdy 7-foot-3 frame.

Despite this, some have questioned the duo’s chemistry or lack thereof. They have observed that Luka Doncic has a penchant to do things all by himself. In effect, some of his Mavs teammates — including Kristaps Porzingis — have been misplaced in Rick Carlisle’s system more often than not.

While KP has been overall very good this season, producing at a consistent rate has been a problem for him. Nevertheless, his big game on Wednesday could signify a fresh start for the Euro duo. As they head into the regular season break, they have ample time to rest and reevaluate themselves.