Luka Doncic's first-ever Olympic appearance was an unforgettable one.
In addition to re-writing the record books with the second-most points in an Olympic game, Doncic dished out 18 assists in a Semifinal loss to France, the second-most assists anyone has ever recorded in a single men's basketball game in the Olympics.
Doncic did away with a 21-year-old record held by Steve Nash, who recorded a 15-point, 15-assist double-double in a win over Australia in 2000.
Manuel Saenz holds the all-time record, having dished out 20 assists in Mexico's win over Japan in the 1976 Olympics.
Four players have had 14 assists in an Olympics game while five players have had 13 assists, including NBA veteran Matthew Dellavedova (2016).
|Stephen John Nash||Canada||Australia||2000||15|
|Pierluigi Marzorati||Italy||Puerto Rico||1976||14|
|Aleksey Shved||Russia||United Kingdom||2012||13|
Michael Jordan (1992), LeBron James (2012), Kyrie Irving (2016), Leon Wood (1984) and Phil Ford (1976) each recorded 12 assists in an Olympics game, tied for the most ever on Team USA.
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