It’s safe to say that no other time in NBA history has witnessed a bigger team scoring output. The 2022-23 season has seen an average scoring pace of almost 114 points per 100 possessions — the best such figure in NBA history and a point and a half more than the previous season’s 112.3, which was itself greater than any pre-COVID-19 season.

Dallas Mavericks star Luka Doncic has recently gone on a scoring spree, making 50 or more points in three of his previous five games. The team’s recent rise in the Western Conference coincided with his scoring explosion. Both occurred during a six-game winning run.

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