Basketball courts

Preston Hollow’s neighbor Luka Doncic helps rebuild basketball courts in Slovenia

Photo courtesy of Luka Doncic via Twitter.

Dallas Mavericks goalie Luka Doncic recently partnered with 2K Foundations to rebuild basketball courts in his home country.

Doncic, originally from Slovenia, was able to renovate the courts where he grew up playing and training. In addition to the new courts in Ljubljana, new seats and lighting have been installed.

“What an honor to partner with 2K Foundations and rebuild my childhood courts,” Doncic wrote in a Twitter Publish. “Thank you!”

Photo courtesy of Luka Doncic via Twitter.

The courts feature the new Doncic logo, which is also included on the new Air Jordan XXXVI. The logo is inspired by the Mobius stripe and looks like “LD”, the player’s initials, as well as his jersey number, 77. The negative space is shaped like an “S” for Slovenia.

This is not the first time that Doncic has put its mark on a shoe. In May, his Air Jordan “Cosmic Deception” sneakers sold out almost immediately. Preston Hollow’s neighbor Mark Cuban was seen wearing them in the Mavs’ opening playoff game against the Clippers.

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Renee Umsted

Renée is a writer at Advocate.