Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler’s coffee sales ploy during the NBA bio bubble has turned out to be much more than a joke. The 2021 All-Star made his Big Face Coffee a big deal by promoting it at the 2022 Miami Open. Surely a business butler wants to make it big after their days on the court.
With the Miami Heat poised to take on the top teams in the Eastern Conference playoffs, Jimmy Butler has a big role to play. In the midst of such tense moments, it’s gratifying to see Heat’s marquee taking some off-court time to make a name for itself off the NBA court.
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Heat star Jimmy Butler enjoying the Miami Open
Jimmy Butler told The Associated Press’s Tim Reynolds that the coffee shop is something that can help him in his pursuit of a title at The Heat. Having something to look forward to other than basketball allows him to relax, which is key for him.
“Too much of a good thing is always bad. That’s what I live for. So I try to take it little by little, day by day, and realize that I’m keeping the main thing as the main thing — that’s basketball. I want to win a championship. We all know that. I want to be healthy. We all know that. But when I’m locked in too much, I forget about everything else, everyone else. And I do not want that.”
That being said, Butler’s Heat is 47-25 in the regular season up to this point, expanding its lead over the number one spot. With the Miami Army already suffering an NBA Finals loss behind Butler, things could change significantly in the 2021-22 playoffs as the Heat look like a more comprehensive entity.
Will Miami Heat finally break the spell and win an NBA title after nearly two decades? It remains to be seen how the tire festival continues to mark the end of the 2021-22 regular season.
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