Celebrity Parents Two Peas in a Pod! Damian Lillard and Fiancée Kay'La Hanson Expecting Twins, a Boy and a Girl Damian Lillard and Kay'La Hanson are already parents to 2½-year-old son Damian Jr By Karen Mizoguchi Published on August 31, 2020 02:45 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Damian Lillard/Instagram After leaving the NBA bubble due to a knee injury, Damian Lillard has some happy news to share with his fans. On Instagram Monday, the Portland Trail Blazers star, 30, announced that he and fiancée Kay'La Hanson are expecting twins. "I'm a DADDY DADDY now 😂😂😂... happy for another boy but this girl gone hit different," Lillard shared on Instagram, along with a portrait of him, Hanson and their 2½-year-old son Damian Jr. all holding out two peas in a pod. The Blazers congratulated their marquee point guard, sharing on social media: "Congratulations to @Dame_Lillard & his fiancée Kay’La, who announced they are having twins!" Lillard proposed to his longtime girlfriend in February during the NBA All-Star weekend at a private party. The couple has been dating since college at Weber State. Never miss a story -- sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories Who's Due Next? Emma Roberts, Khadijah Haqq McCray and More Celebs Who Are Expecting Just days before announcing the pregnancy news, Lillard, who was unanimously voted the Most Valuable Bubble Player, left the NBA campus in Orlando on Wednesday and returned to Portland for further examination of his injured right knee. Though he is injured, leaving the bubble and going home to his family was a silver lining. "Dislocated finger... Lateral knee sprain ... but this is good for the soul ... missed my baby boy," the proud dad shared on Instagram, posting a photo of him and his smiling son. Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Following Lillard's leave, the Blazers lost to LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, 1-4, in the first round of the NBA playoffs on Saturday. The team's season ended with a 131-122 Game 5 loss to the Lakers.