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SLAM x ZION
New Orleans Pelicans All-Star Zion Williamson and iconic basketball brand SLAM joined forces for a first-of-its-kind NFT drop, including two SLAM covers featuring Williamson, and an original basketball, digitally autographed by the star athlete. The SLAM x ZION collection will include four limited-edition versions of both covers — Basic, Gold, Gold Autographed, and a 1-of-1 Platinum Autographed, in addition to new digital basketballs, inspired by the covers.
“I’m really excited to partner with SLAM for the first-ever NFT cover and digital basketballs,” said Williamson. “Through this drop, we hope to deepen our connection with basketball fans, while creating a unique opportunity for them to get in on the action and own a piece of history.”
The first cover, SLAM 222, was shot by Matthew Coughlin at Duke University in April 2018 immediately before Williamson declared for the NBA Draft, while the second, SLAM 228, was shot by Zach Wolfe in New Orleans before the NBA season restart.