- Luka Doncic new Jordan sneakers were unveiled at the scenic event
- Doncic starred for Slovenia at the Basketball World Cup this summer
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Luka Doncic held a basketball tournament Saturday in front of a stunning backdrop, with participants playing on Slovenia’s scenic Lake Bled.
The tournament helped to unveil Doncic’s ‘Luka 2 Lake Bled’ Jordan sneakers, which were on display during the tournament.
The shoes are a low-top sneaker with two different shades of blue and orange accenting on the tongue and laces.
While Doncic himself was not seen at the tournament, players seemed to enjoy their experience at the event in northwestern Slovenia.
Luka Doncic held a basketball tournament on Saturday in front of a picturesque landscape
The tournament was held on Lake Bled, which is in the Julian Alps in northwestern Slovenia
The shoe is a blue low-top sneaker with orange accenting on the tongue and laces
Games were held in a three-on-three format, and there was even a dunk contest at one point in the day.
Doncic signed with Jordan in 2019 and later became the first-ever European player to have a signature sneaker with the brand.
In August, he penned a new deal with the company.
The All-NBA guard led Slovenia in the FIBA World Cup this summer as the team made a run to the quarterfinals.
Doncic was ejected in that game vs. Canada after picking up two technical fouls, but finished the contest with 26 points.
Players participated in three-on-three games, as Doncic new Jordan shoe was promoted
Doncic starred this summer for Slovenia as his team made a run to the quarterfinals
The 24-year-old will look to get the Mavs back into the postseason next season after the team finished just 38-44 last year.
Doncic was brilliant individually, averaging 32.4 points, 8.6 rebounds and 8.0 assists per contest.
But the team’s form cratered towards the end of the season and Dallas finished 11th in the Western Conference, not even qualifying for the play-in tournament.
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