Last year ESPN collaborated with the NBA to feature victory goggles inside the locker room party of the NBA Champions, which ended up being the Golden State Warriors. For this year’s NBA finals, ESPN is going to run it back and once more design customized Victory Goggles that either the Denver Nuggets or Miami Heat will get to enjoy.
The customized Victory Goggles are just one of the several activations that ESPN will be doing on-site in additional to new music from international stars, and more, all to celebrate the NBA Finals, which begin today. This year’s ESPN customized ‘Victory Goggles’ will have “2022-2023 NBA Champions” laser-etched into all player/coach editions with the NBA on ESPN logo on the outer band. The goggles will be accompanied by celebratory locker room bottles, and winning team t-shirts through a collaboration with growing beer brand Michelob Ultra and graffiti artist Futura.
“From Warriors star forward Draymond Green using the Victory Goggles during his championship celebration to multi-platinum musical artist Ty Dolla $ign wearing them in his “My Friends” music video, these were a huge hit across both sports and culture with The Finals last year,” said Emeka Ofodile, Vice President of Sports Marketing, ESPN. “We are thrilled to bring back the Victory Goggles to become a new tradition of the NBA Finals. Now we wait to see which team will celebrate.”
Enjoy official images of the Victory Goggles below and let us know which team you’re rooting for in this year’s NBA Finals.
via: ESPN Press Room
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