Luka Doncic Net Worth


Luka Doncic Net Worth $20 Million. Luka Dončić is a Slovenian professional basketball player for the Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association. He also represents the Slovenian national team. Born in Ljubljana, Dončić shone as a youth player for Union Olimpija before joining the youth academy of Real Madrid.

Luka Doncic Net Worth
Luka Doncic Net Worth

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Luka Dončić Biography

Full Name Luka Doncic
Birth Date February 28, 1999
Birth Place Ljubljana, Slovenia
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Nick Name The Matador, El Matador, Cool Hand, The Don, Wonder Boy, El Niño Maravilla, Swaggy L, Luka Legend, Too Easy
Religion Unknown
Nationality Slovenian
Ethnicity White
Father’s Name Sasa Doncic
Mother’s Name Mirjam Poterbin
Siblings Unknown
Education Osnovna Sola Mirana Jarca
Age 22 years old (as of June 2021)
Height 6 ft. 7 in. (or 201 cm)
Weight 230 pounds (or 104 kg)
Body Build Athletic
Hair Colour Light Brown
Eye Colour Green
Married No
Partner Anamaria Goltes
Children None
Profession Basketball Player
Position in team Point Guard and Shooting Guard
Shoots Right
Jersey Number #77
Affiliations Union Olimpija, Real Madrid, Dallas Mavericks (Current)
Net Worth 2022 $20 million
Social Media Twitter: @luka7doncic
Instagram: @lukadoncic
Last Update May, 2022

Luka Doncic Net Worth

Net Worth: $20 Million
Date of Birth: Feb 28, 1999 (23 years old)
Place of Birth: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Nationality: Slovenian

Luka Dončić Early Life

Luka Doncic was born on the 28th of February, 1999, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In April 2012, he won the MVP in the Under-13 Lido di Roma Tournament after scoring 54 points, grabbing 11 rebounds, and dishing 10 assists in the final against Lazio’s youth team. In September 2012, at 13 years of age, he signed a 5-year contract with Real Madrid. He touched his first basketball when he was seven months old. He played many different sports in his childhood, such as football which he quit after being too tall. Growing up, he admired Greek basketball player Vassilis Spanoulis, and he wore the number 7 at Real Madrid in honor of Spanoulis.

Luka Dončić Personal Life

Luka is unmarried. He is currently dating Anamaria Goltes, a Slovenian Lingerie model. He doesn’t have any kids. Radoslav Nesterovic, a former NBA player, is his godfather. He has a Pomeranian dog named Hugo. Luka can speak four languages: Slovenian, Serbian, English, and Spanish. He has four tattoos: a tiger on his left forearm, EuroBasket 2017 cup on his right hip, the Latin phrase “Nondesigns, nonexperts,” and his jersey number 7.

Luka Dončić Introduction 

Luka Doncic is a Slovenian professional basketball player. He plays for the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA and the Slovenian national team. Born in Ljubljana, Doncic shone as a youth player for Union Olimpija before joining the youth academy of the Spanish club, Real Madrid. Also Read Jenna Jameson Today News, Net Worth Bio-wiki

Luka Dončić Highlights 

Here are some of the best highlights of Luka Doncic’s career:

  • Liga ACB MVP (2018)
  • All-Liga ACB First Team (2018)
  • NBA Rookie of the Year (2019)
  • NBA All-Star (2020)


He was set to play at the Division B tournament of the 2014 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship but was forced to withdraw from the tournament with a knee injury. The following year, Doncic became the youngest player to debut with Real Madrid in the Liga ACB (the top-tier Spanish League), at the age of 16 years, 2 months, and 2 days. In the 2015–16 season, he became a part of the main 12-man roster of Real Madrid in every competition, including the 2015–16 ACB season (being the youngest player of the league), and the EuroLeague 2015–16 season.

Doncic was set to play at the 2014 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship’s second level B tournament, with Slovenia’s Under-16 junior national team. Still, he had to withdraw from the tournament due to an injury.  In 2016, Dončić announced that he would represent the senior men’s Slovenian national team for the rest of his career. In 2021, he matched his then career-high 42 points while putting up 11 assists and seven rebounds in a 134–132 win over the Golden State Warriors.


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