Medicom Toy Teams up With the NBA for a Set of Rivaled BE@RBRICKS

It’s the Cavs vs. the Warriors.

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Japanese heavyweights Medicom Toy have teamed up with the NBA for an all new collection of BE@RBRICKS. This time basketball rivals Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors get a 400% treatment. Both BE@RBRICKS rock their respective team’s home jerseys with the number “70,” representing the NBA’s 70th anniversary. The rivaled BE@RBRICKS will only be sold as a set for approximately $205 USD. Interested buyers can enter the raffle over at MiLK Cargo’s site starting from today until Saturday, April 8.

Currently both the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors are the top ranked team in their respective conferences. If you’ve missed it, earlier this week Steph Curry took a subtle jab at LeBron James and the struggling Cavaliers.

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