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“I would average 77 points 77 rebounds 77 assists” – Luk.AI Dončić is literally like nothing you have ever seen before

Luka is showing he has big plans off the court as well.
Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Doncic

Luka Doncic

Even though pretty much everybody in the world who follows basketball knows everything about Luka Dončić, the Slovenian Sensation decided to do something pretty fresh and unexpected to elevate his status even higher.

Luka Dončić becomes a “metahuman”

Being the magician that he is, Luka teamed with Epic AI to develop a “metahuman” version of himself that will exist in the realms of social media (Twitter and TikTok) under the name Luk.AI to provide fans with a completely different and unique experience and interactions.

"Luk.AI is going to help me do more good," Dončić said via ESPN. "He'll be playing an important role with my foundation -- which is all about the positive role of play for kids -- and he'll be partnering with Mark Cuban's AI boot camps to help teach kids about AI technology. Technology education is so important. Fans can get to know him and help to make him smarter by engaging with him. He'll reply to their comments, listen to their ideas and create videos with them, too," Luka added.

The AI Twitter account was very interesting recently as it engaged with fans by giving some wild answers to many of their questions. Here are some of the best.

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Things got even more interesting on TikTok.

"It's pretty crazy stuff, but it's very cool," Donćić concluded. "He looks like me, talks like me and has his own personality. But I'm still better looking than him."

After this, what’s next?

Even though all of this might seem very strange, Luka is definitely showing that he is ready to lead the next generation by example not only with what he does on the court but also in areas that barely even existed until recently.

Still, there is one thing he should keep in mind and it has to do with Doncic becoming much more media-friendly. Basically, he’s been known to come across as Kawhi in terms of his availability - or lack thereof. His role model in this regard should be LeBron who was always a “media darling” while also being an early adopter of new off-court endeavors and deals that include:

  •  partial ownership of SpringHill production company which was behind Space Jam: A New Legacy
  • equity in smart gym-maker Tonal and ride-share company Lyft
  • 1% ownership of Fenway Sports Group that owns the likes of Liverpool F.C. and the Boston Red Sox
  • ownership in Blaze Pizza chain

Let’s just hope that these new and exciting endeavors do not take his focus away from trying to at least repeat the success the Dallas Mavericks experienced last season when they went on a deep NBA playoff run all the way to the Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors. 

This might be a tall order in the even more stacked West, but Luka proved his doubters wrong many times already, so he just might do it again!

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