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Luka Doncic’s Girlfriend Anamaria Goltes Throws Support Behind Him Ahead Of Western Conference Finals

Ahead of the Western Conference finals, Luka Doncic’s girlfriend Anamaria Goltes is throwing her support behind her man. She posted a photo of herself on Instagram rocking a Dallas Mavericks shirt with Luka’s number 77.

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Luka Dončić has been one of the most talented players in the NBA since he entered the league.

He just closed out the Phoenix Suns in a Game 7 shellacking in which he scored as many points in the first half as the entire Suns roster. Luka Doncic finished with 35 points which was only slightly more than his career average in the playoffs, 32.7. He’s second to Michael Jordan in career playoff points per game.

His off the court game is also very strong.

Luka’s girlfriend Anamaria Goltes took to Instagram to show her love for the Mavs. Anamaria was rocking a Luka shirt while smiling for the Gram.

Luka led the series between Phoenix and Dallas in points, rebounds, assists, steals and made threes.

With Anamaria Goltes supporting Luka Doncic, let’s see what happens to the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference finals.

Luka had a tough game 1.

Doncic scored 20 points but shot just 6 for 18 and 3 of 10 from deep. He made back-to-back 3-pointers late in the first half to get his team within 54-45 at the break, but Curry and Thompson heated up and helped the Warriors pull away in the second half.

“A great job. That’s it,” Doncic said. “They did a great job.”

“They did a really good job. Wiggins picking him up full court,” Mavs coach Jason Kidd said. “They went box-and-one, they went zone. We understood coming into the series that we were going to see that. We’ll go back and look at the video and see what we can do better.”

Stopping Doncic, who was averaging 31.5 points in the playoffs, is the tall task this time after the Warriors already handled two-time reigning MVP Nikola Jokic of Denver in the first round, then Ja Morant early last series before his knee injury.

“I thought Wiggs was fantastic,” coach Steve Kerr said. “Doncic is as difficult a cover as there is in this league. … It’s important to make him work. He’s so good. Any great player in the league you’re trying to limit the damage that they do.”

Flip to the next page to see Goltes’ Instagram post supporting her man Luka Doncic…

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