Jimmy Butler Selling $20 Coffee to Players In The NBA Bubble

Miami heat all-star Jimmy Butler has a new hobby: Hustling NBA players for $20 coffee. Butler was on record with his plans to open a coffee shop…a sign on his door would leave no doubt.

According to the sign, the shop is called “Big Face Coffee” and every purchase(no matter the size) is 20 bucks. Butler even told Rachels Nichols he considers raising the price to $30 a cup.

“People here can afford it.”

True that! Maybe Starbucks and Dutch Bros can start charging $20 a cup? One thing we know for certain…LeBron James won’t be hustled by Jimmy Butler. Not happening to the NBA’s cheapest player:

Latrell Sprewell spent his money on game shoes with spinners on the side, so we’re sure NBA players will have no problem spending gas money on morning’s milkshake.

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for OutKick.com, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr

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  1. If NBA players are dumb enough to believe #BLM is a movement that will actually help black Americans fight injustice (read the BLM manifeso)….rather than a Marxist operation that doesn’t give a shit about black people…then they’re dumb enough to pay $30 for a cup of coffee.

  2. If NBA players are dumb enough to believe #BLM is a movement that will actually help black Americans fight injustice (read the BLM manifesto)….rather than a Marxist operation that doesn’t give a shit about black people…then they’re dumb enough to pay $30 for a cup of coffee.

    • Agreed. Not just NBA players. Most of the nation has been duped into this nonsense. What is sad about it is that the black community is being used as collateral. The Marxist founders were clever in race baiting with the name. And you are correct, the ‘Manifesto’ is disturbing. I have been hammering this on my radio show for months.

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