NBA Finals Are Here; Do You Have Your Spirit Wear?

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If you’re unfamiliar with the world of basketball, you might think LeBron James is a river near the route of the Tour De France. However, to millions of Cleveland natives, basketball fans and pop culture aficionados, LeBron James is all anyone can talk about. Particularly, will he or won’t he bring an NBA title back to the hometown that continues to embrace him after he left them for a brief championship run in Miami?

James has effectively defeated Boston Celtics, the Chicago Bulls, and the Atlanta Hawks to bring him to the West Coast Champion Golden State Warriors. While LeBron scored a game high 44 points in Game 1, it wasn’t enough to win. Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 108 – 100. Game 2, Cleveland 95 – 93 over Golden State Warriors in a gritty overtime win. With Game 3 approaching and the title on the line, the stage is set: Warriors superstar Kyrie Irving is out with a fractured knee cap and LeBron is hungry for a win. What will be the determining factor that will send the trophy to Cleveland?

We at Winning Streak like to think it’s spirit wear. We have carefully calculated the unique NBA formula including innate talent, hours of practice, key bench players, coaching staff and the percentage of local and national fans wearing custom spirit wear at any given moment during the NBA Finals. If you want to give your team the winning advantage in custom spirit wear from Winning Streak.

Check out our array of custom apparel from team jerseys to t-shirts in name brands like Adidas, Rawlings and Badger. Or you can outfit your fans from head-to-toe in caps from Pacific to team socks embellished with everything from paw prints to lightening bolts!

Call one of our experienced sales people in your area or email our sales department at sales@winning-streak.com for more information.

So get back to your TV, your tablet or get your tickets to the game; but it’s basketball time. But never forget your spirit wear.

Posted on June 8, 2015 in Uncategorized

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