NBA WAG losing it in quarantine

NBA All-Star Luka Doncic, much like the rest of us, is making the most of his quarantine from home.

The Mavericks guard, who has been laying low with girlfriend Anamaria Goltes in Dallas, has been bonding with the pair’s four-legged friends after the NBA suspended its season amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“#stayhome #quarantineandchill,” Goltes captioned a snap Saturday of pet dogs Hugo and Gia. She also posed poolside in a bikini with her beloved White Swiss Shepherd.

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Goltes’ quirky sense of humour has truly come to the fore during quarantine, sharing this analogy that compares humans with cucumbers.

“The human body is 90% water. So basically, we are just cucumbers with a lot more anxiety,” Goltes previously shared. “Hope you guys are all staying safe and not being to anxious.”

Goltes, who has dated 21-year-old Doncic for nearly four years, also participated in an Instagram Q&A on Sunday, sharing how she and the NBA All-Star first met.

‘We are just cucumbers with a lot more anxiety’.Source:Instagram

“I answered this question like a million times. We met when we were 12 years old at the seaside in Croatia,” Goltes explained, adding, “Fun fact: We still have the same group of friends we had at that time. You keep the real ones, am I right?”

Like Doncic, Goltes is also Slovenian and has embraced her life in the Lone Star state with the second-year star.

“Dallas is a lot like Europe,” she shared with a fan. “I love Dallas. It reminds me of home.”

Goltes added that despite the current circumstances, she’s enjoying some quality time with her loved ones.

Goltes’ posts often feature Doncic and their dogs.Source:Instagram

“I love that I get to spend some time with Luka, Hugo, and Gia in the quarantine,” she said. “We don’t get to spend that many days together because we are always working on our individual things. So being able to spend time together feels very good.”

This article originally appeared on the New York Post.

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