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The NBA and UEFA celebrate their Finals in a trophy collaboration

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 30: Trophy display during Champions Festival, on Regents St, London, 31 May 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Eamonn McCormack - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

The NBA is finishing up the 2024 Larry O’Brien Trophy tour, in which the NBA Finals trophy visits notable events, celebrities and basketball fans around the world in celebration of the NBA Playoffs and upcoming Finals, which tips off on June 6th featuring the Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics.

  • This year, the trophy has set out to meet champions of other sports and industries and so far has met F1’s Charles LeClerc and Lando Norris, Olympic gold medallists Michael Phelps and Simone Biles, UFC champions Alex Periera and Max Holloway, Super Bowl champions Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, award winning musical artists like Drake, Bad Bunny, Mariah Carey, Davido and Camillo Cabello, among others.
  • This week, Larry had the honour of meeting the UEFA Champions League trophy in London ahead of final between Real Madrid and Dortmund tonight.
  • Fans and media can follow Larry’s journey to the 2024 NBA Finals at @NBAFinalsTrophy on Instagram, X, TikTok and Facebook
  • The league’s championship trophy, named after Larry O’Brien since 1984, honours the NBA’s third commissioner. The trophy stands 25.5 inches tall and weighs approximately 30 pounds.  The base has been reformed to feature two stacked discs. The top disc lists the first 75 NBA champions while the bottom disc will feature the next 25 champions.
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