Friday, March 25, 2016

As More Musicians Design Custom NBA Tees it Begs, 'Who Should Rep the Spurs?'

Posted By on Fri, Mar 25, 2016 at 1:29 PM

click image American Authors' T. - TEESPRING.COM
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  • American Authors' T.

Teespring
, the custom apparel company that allows for customers to design their own merchandise, has joined forces with the NBA for a series entitled #MyTeamMyCity, giving native msucians an opportunity to design custom t-shirts promoting themselves and their hometown team.

Some of the current contributors include Jeremih, Slipknot and Fall Out Boy, who all contributed shirts for the Chicago Bulls, DJ Khaled (Miami Heat), the Roots (Philadelphia 76ers), Joey Bada$$ (Brooklyn Nets), Outkast's Big Boi and Rich Homie Quan (Atlanta Hawks), RiFF RAFF (Houston Rockets), Jerry Garcia and G-Eazy (Golden State Warriors), Becky G (LA Lakers) and The Dandy Warhols (Portland Trailblazers), to name a few.

Full disclosure: there are currently two Spurs tees for Austin Mahone and American Authors, however, as both of those "artists" totally suck, it would be nice to have something to rep that doesn't scream "I'm a twelve-year-old girl" (unless you're a twelve-year-old girl), or "I love emo reboots of Avett Brothers and Mumford & Sons songs." 


click image The Austin Mahone shirt. - TEESPRING.COM
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  • The Austin Mahone shirt.

The sale of these custom musician/team tees will be available until April 1. However, once we reclaim the Larry O'Brien trophy for Taco Town the possibility of less excruciatingly banal "musicians" getting a chance to design an Augie My Spurs (Augie Meyers), Hydra Melody-fense (Hydra Melody) or George Strait to the Top official Spurs shirt should be a no-brainer.


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