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Family Dinner on NBA Lane: Sube Bird, Bango

Sue Bird and Bango hanging out for ‘Family Dinner on NBA Lane’

Take a look at what you can find within “Family Dinner on NBA Lane” this holiday season:

• Reappearance of the NBA Lane street sign

• NBA Snowman wearing a 75th anniversary snapback

• Inflatable Jazz Bear greeting us from the balcony

• The NBA Lane Hoop Bus makes a comeback in toy form

• The home’s Christmas tree is decked out with unique NBA ornaments

• A Shaq cutout, inspired by MJ’s “Home Alone” scene, greets us by the front door

• All the home’s family portraits display members of the NBA family

• The jingles on the toy hoop in the piano room are in honor of the iconic Jingle Hoops spot from the NBA

• Desus & Mero come bearing gifts: A KNICKSTAPE and an iconic NYC deli bodega bag

• The food labels are inspired by the vintage basketball Topps cards from the 1970s

• The food names are inspired by basketball lingo and players:
• T-Mac and Cheese (Tracy McGrady)
• Draymond’s Greens (Draymond Green)
• Chef’s Curry (Stephen Curry)
• Cheesy Pick & Casserole (NBA)
• Jae Crowder Chowder (Jae Crowder)
• Stephon Cranberry Sauce (Stephon Marbury)
• Top Of The Key Lime Pies (NBA)
• Ginger-Beard Cookies (James Harden)

• A ham in the shape of a Wilson Basketball is the centerpiece of the feast

• Stockings, representing each team playing on Christmas Day, hang from the fireplace as highlights play overhead

• Baron Davis is rocking a hoodie with the infamous Warriors “We Believe” graphic and motto

• The iconic Nike MVP puppets (LeBron & Lil Dez) take part in the holiday gathering

• Each team playing on Christmas Day is represented by the players and talent on screen

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