Heat’s Goran Dragic reveals Jimmy Butler’s ‘Big Face Coffee’ competition
Aside from his team’s postseason success so far, Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler is also thriving with his newfound coffee business in the bubble. However, it seems like the 5-time All-Star’s “Big Face Coffee” is getting some competition. Heat point guard Goran Dragic took to Twitter and warned Jimmy Buckets of a stiff competitor, aptly called “Little Face Coffee.“
— Goran Dragić (@Goran_Dragic) September 19, 2020
Based on the graphic below, it seems like “Little Face Coffee” is selling at a more affordable price.
competition brewing in the bubble 👀👀 ☕️ 💵 🤣 pic.twitter.com/2f5GkDeHYN
— NBA Bubble Life (@NBABubbleLife) September 17, 2020
To compare, Butler is reportedly selling his coffee at $20 a cup, regardless of size. That’s not a very smart strategy to attract customers.
Nonetheless, we’re not entirely sure whether this is a serious competitor for Butler’s bubble hustle. However, the Heat star apparently is. Butler reportedly filed three trademark for “Big Face Coffee.”
Just a couple of hours before posting the above clip, Goran Dragic bragged about getting free coffee from Jimmy Buckets. Now, he’s endorsing Butler’s competitor? I guess he isn’t getting free cups anytime soon.
Or maybe he will if Miami continues its impressive run in the playoffs so far. That will certainly get Butler’s mood up.
The Heat has arguably been the best team in the 2020 postseason. They are now up 2-0 in their Eastern Conference Finals series against the Boston Celtics and will look to hold a commanding 3-0 lead with another win on Saturday.
Dragic has been Miami’s top scorer in their two wins over the Celtics in the ECF. After scoring 29 points in the series opener, the Slovenian dropped 25 markers in Game 2, which included multiple clutch baskets for the Heat down the stretch.