Luka Doncic shares his touching family just before the game after he showed up in a ‘apocalypse-proof’ $200,000 Jeep
MAVERICKS star Luka Doncic took some family time ahead of his final game against the Washington Wizards.
The 23-year-old Slovenian dominated the gang with 15 rebounds and 41 points during Tuesday’s game in Dallas.
But ultimately, the Mavs came up short when they suffered a 127-126 loss that left them 25-24 in the NBA regular season.
Doncic stunned fans last week by arriving at a game in a $200,000 “apocolypse-proof” Jeep.
However, it was a heartwarming exchange he shared with his family ahead of the wizarding competition that really got fans talking.
In a video shared by Dallas, Doncic positioned his father Sasa in prime court seats at the American Airlines Center.
Two young girls accompanied Sasa, one said to be Doncic’s half-sister Tijana and the other to be his cousin.
The three-time All-Star exchanged a handshake with his dad before high-fiving the delighted girls.
Dallas’ official Twitter account captioned the cute video, “Family above all.”
And fans were thrilled to see her star put the family before the big game.
One wrote: “Treat Luke’s dad like a king.”
Another added: “Slovenia is proud.”
While a third joked, “Sisters will be deadly in the WNBA.”
Doncic made headlines last week after coming to a game against the Atlanta Hawks on his latest buy.
He rocked the competition in a remarkable $200,000 Apocalypse Hellfire – a heavily modified Jeep Gladiator.
The insane motor features a three-piece Kevlar protective coating, a quarter-inch-thick steel front bumper and a 9,500-pound winch.
Under the hood is a 6.2-liter V8 engine with a whopping 500 hp.
Doncic again brought the Mavericks out of first gear against the Wizards and dominated the stat line.
But even another 40-plus performance wasn’t enough to keep Dallas from slipping to a seventh loss in nine games.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7221901/luka-doncic-family-moment-apocalypse-proof-jeep/ Luka Doncic shares his touching family just before the game after he showed up in a ‘apocalypse-proof’ $200,000 Jeep