Nickelback pitches Jimmy Butler after the ‘punishment’ storyline goes viral
Miami Heat Superstar Jimmy Butler may want to be a big rock star this summer after receiving an invitation from a certain rock band to join their tour.
Nickelback, a popular rock band from the early 2000s, learns that Butler is a very big fan after a certain locker room post-match to their discography, and they think he should sing onstage with them at one of their shows.
The band’s Twitter account wrote to Butler I called him on Friday.
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“Not like Jimmy…to say sorry!” @JimmyButler We are going on tour this summer, give us a call if you want to sing live,” the account wrote.
Nickelback heard a report that Butler was singing Nickelback songs as “punishment” after the team’s overtime loss to the Orlando Magic on March 11. ESPN reported that Butler did not miss a word of the songs.
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And it seemed to spark some running back for the Heat as Miami went on to win both of their games after Butler’s locker room performance.
The first was a 119-115 victory over the Utah Jazz in which Butler led the Heat with 24 points, eight rebounds and four assists in 31 minutes. Then it was a loud beat on Memphis Grizzlies As Butler dropped 23 points with eight rebounds and six assists.
The Heat’s streak ended last Saturday after falling to the Chicago Bulls, but they’re still in first place. seventh seed in the Eastern Conference, which would see them play the Atlanta Hawks in tournament play. It starts on the 11th of April.
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Even the Heat social media team shared Nickelback references in their work, using a famous clip from the band’s music video for their hit song, “Photography,” and writing “#Winning” on a photo uploaded by lead singer Chad Kroeger. .
Nickelback is heading out on their “Get Rollin'” tour on June 12, and it will be landing in 38 cities in North America.
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Perhaps Butler’s talent will be fully demonstrated in one of those places. Until then, though, he’ll focus on a potential NBA playoff run as the Heat look to finish the regular season strong.