The previous day, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski dropped one of his trademark WOJ bombs as he announced that Jalen Green has accepted to get into Coinbase as an official partner. Coinbase presently has two elite NBA players with them: the Houston Rocket’s Jalan Green and the Brooklyn Net’s Kevin Durant. Durant, an eager crypto enthusiast, became a part of Coinbase as a partner Bass the previous December.
Coinbase offers novices perception with a new way to link with his followers, create, and represent himself. Meanwhile, Jalen is a great candidate in Coinbase’s vision to advise more people about cryptocurrencies. As a “modern-day renaissance athlete,” Jalen can assist to educate the younger generation and the way they have to use cryptocurrencies to save their financial future.
One of the interesting aspect of this collaboration is the cooperation on a unique line of NFTs. The series will assist Jalen interact with fans shortly. Simultaneously with the reveal, Angel Wang created a custom space-inspired piece of artwork for the NBA player. So far, there is no indication of the nature of Jalen’s NFTs, but this artwork could be a teaser for what lies ahead.
NBA player Jalen Green represents the Houston Rockets. The 6’4 inch high school shooting guard was a five-star recruit with a consensus, and ESPN ranked him first. In addition, the novice player outside Fresno was also called the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the 2018 FIBA Under-17 World Cup.
No. 2 overall was shown in the NBA All-Star Rising Star Challenge held in Cleveland the previous day. Jalen scored 8 of 13 points in 20 games. With windmill dunks and a 3-second retreat, he certainly put on a show to win. As we access the All-Star break, he has been he has been averaged 14.6 PPG, showing one of the Rocket’s main pieces in his rookie season.