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Drake's OVO Is Launching An Entirely NBA-Themed Collection & It's As Fresh As You'd Expect

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Drake's OVO Is Launching An Entirely NBA-Themed Collection & It's As Fresh As You'd Expect

Here's another reason to get excited about the upcoming NBA season: Drake's clothing brand, October's Very Own (OVO), is launching an NBA-themed collection just before the pro-ballers hit the courts.

OVO is teaming up with the NBA to drop an exclusive capsule collection and the brand says it will celebrate "six iconic World Champion franchises."

The World Champions Collection will feature the Los Angeles Lakers, the Chicago Bulls, the Boston Celtics, the Miami Heat (a.k.a. Kyle Lowry's new team), the New York Knicks, and of course, the Toronto Raptors.

There will be embroidered Varsity Jackets, 59Fifty New Era fitted hats, heavyweight carded fleece, short- and long-sleeved shirts, and cotton terry sideline towels.

Drizzy even tapped rappers Chief Keef, Drakeo the Ruler, and Bobby Schmurda to model the new threads.

The World Champions Collection is set to drop on the OVO site on September 29. Now, do you think any of the Raptors' drawings of the OVO logo will make the cut?

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