What is the Net Worth of Luka Doncic? Age, Height, Dating, Career

Who is Luka Doncic?

Luka Doncic is a Slovenian professional basketball player who currently plays for the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and the Slovenian national team. He rose to prominence while playing for Slovenia’s Union Olimpija.

Quick Facts of Luka Doncic
Full Name: Luka Doncic
Age: 22 Years
Birthday: 28 February 1999
Birthplace: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Nationality: Slovenian
Gender: Male
Horoscope: Pisces
Marital Status: Single
Net Worth: $10million (Approx)
Height: 6’7″ inches
Profession: Basketball Player
Sibling: N/A

What is the Age of Luka Doncic?

On February 28, 1999, Luka Doncic was born. He was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, to Sasa Doncic and Mirjam Poterbin. He is of Slovenian nationality. His astrological sign is Pisces. He stopped participating in other sports, including football, as he grew too tall. He was a student at Osnovna soal Mirana Jarca. Vassilis Spanoulis, a Greek professional basketball player, was his childhood idol.

Who is Luka Doncic Currently Dating?

There is no information about his personal life that has come to light. He is rumored to be single. He is entirely focused on his NBA career. He is, however, linked to Anamaria Goltes, a Slovenian lingerie model.

What is the Height of Luka Doncic?

Luka Doncic has a height of 2.01 m, or 6 feet and 7 inches. He weighs 218 pounds (99 kilograms) in weight. His eyes are green, and his hair is light brown.

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What is the Net Worth of Luka Doncic?

His net worth is being calculated. The specifics will be updated soon.

When did Luka Doncic Begin his Career?

  • At the age of eight, he began training for basketball at Union Olimpija, where his father had previously played.
  • He played for the club’s under-12 selection team after being barred from playing for the club’s Under-14 team due to league rules.
  • In 2011, he played for Olimpija in the Under-14 Vasas Intesa Sanpaolo Cup in Budapest, where he was named Most Valuable Player and Olimpija finished second.
  • Olimpija loaned him to Real Madrid in February to play in the Minicopa Endesa, where Real Madrid finished second and he was named MVP.
  • In 2012, he helped Olimpija win the Under-13 Lido di Roma Tournament and was named MVP. In September 2012, he signed a five-year contract with Real Madrid
  • In February 2013, he assisted Real Madrid in winning the Minicopa Endesa
  • In March 213, he was named MVP of the under-16 Spain Championship.
  • At the end of the 2014-15 season, he was named all-league honorable mention by the basketball website Eurobasket.com.
  • He won the under-18 Ciutat de L’Hospitalet Tournament in January 2015 and was named to the All-Tournament Team.
  • Doncic made his Real Madrid debut in April 2015 against Unicaja in the Liga ACB.
  • He became the youngest player in ACB history to play for Real Madrid and the third-youngest debutant in league history.
  • He became the 21st player in EuroLeague history to make his debut before the age of 17.
  • After a season-high 15 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists against Bilbao, he set a new ACB record for most points and highest Performance Index Rating (PIR) in a game for players under the age of 17.
  • He was named EuroLeague Rising Star by a unanimous vote at the end of the 2016-17 season. He was also named the ACB’s Best Young Player.
  • At the end of the 2017-18 season, he was named EuroLeague MVP and EuroLeague Final Four MVP.
  • He was also named the ACB’s Best Young Player and MVP.
  • He won the EuroLeague Rising Star award twice in a row, in 2017 and 2018.
  • In the 2018 NBA Draft, he was chosen third overall by the Atlanta Hawks.
  • The Hawks later dealt him to the Dallas Mavericks. In July 2018, he signed a rookie contract with the Mavericks.
  • He became the franchise’s youngest 20-point scorer with 31 points and 8 rebounds against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
  • For the month of November 2018, he was named NBA Rookie of the Month in the Western Conference.
  • In 2014, he played for Slovenia’s junior team in a friendly tournament in Hungary. He was instrumental in Slovenia winning its first gold medal at EuroBasket 2017. He was also named to the Tournament All-Tournament Team.