Disney, NBA Slam Dunk Merch Deal

The two have teamed for merchandise to celebrate the NBA playoffs taking place in the Disney World Bubble.

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August 24, 2020

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Disney is teaming with the NBA for a special collection inspired by the NBA Playoffs.

This year the House of Mouse has signed on to host the NBA Playoffs in the Disney Bubble. This partnership expansion lead to their newest merchandise collaboration called the “NBA Experience Make History Collection.” The collection is exclusive to Walt Disney World and will eventually be sold on shopDisney. It consists of a wide range of apparel and accessories.

The collection highlights classic Walt Disney World Resort iconography paired with NBA motifs. T-shirts, spirit jerseys, and hoodies will include images like a Mickey Mouse-shaped basketball. NBA-themed Minnie Mouse ear headbands and Mickey Mouse hats will also be available for fans. Phone cases, Spalding mini-basketballs, backpacks, MagicBands, water bottles, socks, a Funko Pop! figurine and pins are also included in the collection.

Products are available now at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. The collection will launch on Aug. 28 at shopDisney.com.

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