Doncic’s Jordan ‘Luka 2 Lake Bled’ shoes were on show at the event as part of his footwear debut.
These low-top sneakers have contrasting tongue and lacing in two tones of blue and orange.
Three-on-three games were played, and there was even a slam dunk competition.
In 2019, Doncic signed with Jordan and made history by becoming the first European player to have a signature shoe with the company.
The All-NBA guard led Slovenia to the quarterfinals of the FIBA World Cup this summer.
Doncic scored 26 points after being disqualified from the game against Canada due to two technical fouls.
After a dismal 38-44 season last year, the 24-year-old will try to lead the Mavs back to the playoffs in the upcoming campaign.
Doncic’s individual performance was outstanding, as he put up 32.4 points, 8.6 boards, and 8 assists a game on average.
However, Dallas’ play deteriorated down the stretch, and the team ended 11th in the Western Conference, missing out on even the play-in round.