The NBA player that flexed his Real Madrid shirt before his game

This NBA player is the biggest Real Madrid fan and flexed his new jersey.

By Emmanuel Mendez

An NBA player wore a Real Madrid shirt before his game.
An NBA player wore a Real Madrid shirt before his game.
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The NBA regular season is back after this weekend's NBA All-Star Game. The biggest names took part in the one-off game, including LeBron James, Steph Curry, and Kevin Durant. As the NBA regular season resumed this week, one of the best players in the league arrived at his game wearing one of the biggest clubs in football, Real Madrid. This player has admitted to being a club fan for a while and now flexes his admiration for the team by wearing the shirt.

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The NBA star who is a big fan of Real Madrid is the Dallas Mavericks player, Luka Dončić. Dončić wore Real Madrid's third kit they wear this season. It is the all-back jersey with a bit of yellow on the Real Madrid, Adidas, and Emirates logos. The Slovenian player scored 41 points against the Phoenix Suns and helped his team win 123 to 113. The Dallas Mavericks are 6th in the Western Conference and have a record of 33 wins and 23 losses. Dončić, a Jordan Brand athlete, patched up the Adidas logo to wear his Real Madrid kit last night.

Real Madrid recently sent Luka Dončić a personalized Real Madrid jersey with the number 73 at the back. The Slovenian usually wears the number 77 with the Dallas Mavericks, but the number 73 represents one of his best nights in the NBA. In January, Dončić scored 73 points against the Atlanta Hawks. A player scoring over 70 points has only happened 15 times ever in the NBA. Real Madrid. Dončić received a customized Real Madrid jersey signed by the players on Wednesday

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Dončić thinks Real Madrid will win trophies with or without Kylian Mbappé

Dončić was asked after the All Star game about his thoughts on Kylian Mbappé potentially joining Real Madrid this summer. The Slovenian said, "With or without Kylian Mbappé, I think we [Real Madrid] can win many more Champions League titles.”

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