Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic has been on an absolute tear in their past few games, but more than the numbers he put up across the boards, one particular trait has really stood out in his recent run: his game management.

Mavs assistant coach Igor Kokoskov made it a point to highlight how impressive Doncic has been in managing the game beyond the points, assists and rebounds he collects, sharing that it is simply incredible for him to do such thing at just 22 years old.

“One thing that’s really impressive: the way he’s managing the game. I mean, numbers are obvious. Everyone can see his numbers. There’s a lot of [other] things you can’t put into stats. That’s understanding the time, score, who’s hot, who’s playing well, when the team needs him to score, when the team needs him to distribute and facilitate for other guys. That’s amazing,” Kokoskov said, per Callie Caplan of the Dallas Morning News.

In the Mavs' last four games, Luka Doncic averaged 37.5 points, 10.3 rebounds and 7.8 assists while having 1.0 block. While he did struggle shooting the ball against the Miami Heat in their recent meeting, he did have 10 boards and six dimes to lead Dallas to victory.

Not to mention that the attention he garnered in the game allowed the other Mavs player to get going offensively and take down the East leaders.

As Igor Kokoskov said it, such trait is more than just about having a high basketball IG. Luka's experience and leadership really showed in their latest streak of three wins in four outings–something that Dallas fans will certainly hope to see more moving forward.

“Understanding of the game, it’s something that comes with time, comes with experience, not just basketball IQ. Managing the game, that’s impressive to see a player that age understanding how to lead the team to the victory and whatever the team needs. That’s what he provides. Sometimes he scores 51, some games he scores 24, but whatever the team needs, that’s what he provides, and that’s leadership,” Kokoskov added.

Doncic is undeniably already one of the best players in the NBA, and it won't be surprising to see him lead the Mavs to a deep playoff run this 2022 with the way he is improving and working on his game. While there is immense pressure on him to deliver, it is safe to say he is already pretty much used to it.