Jimmy Butler Makes Off-Court Moves, Files Trademark For 'HIMMY BUCKETS' Brand Amid Heat Playoff Success

Photo: Instagram/Jimmy Butler

During the Miami Heat's impressive playoff run, Jimmy Butler is not only making waves on the basketball court but also in the business world.

Trademark attorney Josh Gerben recently revealed that the Heat star has filed a trademark application for the phrase "HIMMY BUCKETS."

This move signals Butler's intention to launch a brand that encompasses a range of products, including coffee, beer, soda, and bottled water, with clothing and coffee cups also being part of the lineup.

Photo: Instagram/Jimmy Butler

The "HIMMY BUCKETS" brand is a perfect combination of Butler's two well-known nicknames. Since his time with the Chicago Bulls, the six-time All-Star has been referred to as "Jimmy Buckets."

More recently, he has gained the moniker "Himmy," which cleverly plays on the slang term "I'm him," a confident assertion of one's exceptional abilities.

Butler's charismatic personality, competitive spirit, unwavering self-confidence, and ability to back it up on the court have endeared him to fans across the league, except for those unfortunate enough to face him as opponents.

Miami's remarkable journey from the play-in tournament to the NBA Finals has only further solidified Butler's reputation and garnered him even more respect.

When it comes to the coffee business, Butler is no stranger. In the 2020 NBA bubble in Orlando, he successfully launched his own brand called "Big Face Coffee." Now, he is ready to take the next step by expanding the Big Face brand to include a fitting wing dedicated to the "HIMMY BUCKETS" concept.

With his entrepreneurial drive and strong fan base, Butler's venture into the world of branded products is sure to generate significant interest and excitement.

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