NBA has recently revealed “NBA All-Star” NFT collection, in celebration of the official NBA All-Star 2022 court, where the best players will compete in the 71st NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. ET on TNT.
The NFTs showcase the history of NBA All-Star in Ohio by displaying the courts where the games have been played, such as the NBA All-Star 1966 court from Cincinnati Gardens and the NBA All-Star 1981 court from Richfield Coliseum.
NBA All-Star artwork will cover 10 Cleveland locations, with each court displayed digitally in both its original form, the “NBA Edition,” and a 75th Anniversary thematic, the “Diamond Edition.”
All “Diamond Edition” NFTs will also come with a mini replica of the court.
The NBA today unveiled the NBA All-Star 2022 court as part of the first-ever citywide, shoppable NBA All-Star NFT art gallery in Cleveland.— NBA Communications (@NBAPR) February 4, 2022
The official NBA All-Star 2022 court will be featured as one of the limited-edition collectibles.
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The NBA All-Star NFT Collection will be available for purchase starting Monday, Feb. 7, and beginning today, fans can visit any of 10 locations throughout the city to find and scan a QR code to sign up and register for more information.
On the official website, it is mentioned that $100,000 of the proceeds from the sale of NFTs will be donated to the Funders Collaborative on COVID Recovery to aid the community as it recovers from the economic and social impacts of COVID-19.