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Goran Dragic reveals what he’s trading Big Face Coffee for as Heat celebrates conference title

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It seems that Big Face Coffee CEO Jimmy Butler won’t be handing out some celebratory brews after the Miami Heat secured a trip to the NBA Finals on Sunday. If it’s going to be Heat starting point guard Goran Dragic calling the shots after their Game 6 win over the Boston Celtics, it’s going to be a few well-earned pints of beer for his team to cap off the evening.

When asked in his walk-off interview after the game if it was either Big Face Coffee or Little Face Coffee taking over their post-game drinks, Dragic said he was having neither.

“None of them.” the Slovenian said (per FOX Sports). “We’re going to have some beers.”

Though Goran Dragic has been an avid supporter of Butler’s coffee venture inside the Bubble, you can’t really blame the 34-year old if he’s opting for brewskies over cappuccino after their hard-fought Game 6 victory. After three impressive best-of-seven series wins, the Heat deserves a good night’s sleep so Butler might have to dial back on the coffee until Monday morning.

Butler’s Big Face Coffee has been taking over the Disney Campus as it has been one of the go-to spots for a quality cup of coffee inside the bubble. BFC’s monopoly has been short-lived though as Heat assistant athletic trainer Brandon Gilliam has just started his own coffee enterprise which he chose to call Little Face Coffee.

Given that they’ll be spending at least a few more weeks in the bubble as they enter the NBA Finals, Dragic might have to open his own brewery to satisfy his own beer cravings.