BamBam shows Warriors jacket before halftime

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — K-pop star BamBam is ready for his performance Thursday night at Chase Center in San Francisco.

BamBam posted a picture of a Warriors jacket before his appearance at halftime of the Warriors-Lakers game. He is set to unveil his new single “Wheels Up”, featuring Oakland-based artist MAYZIN.

The jacket is a black bomber jacket with the Golden State Warriors logo on the front and center. Along with the photo of the jacket, the BamBam tweeted “#BamBamxGSW” in reference to the artist’s collaboration with the sports team.

Warriors and BamBam collaborate on limited edition gear

If you’re both a BamBam and Warriors fan, you might like this.

The two have teamed up to launch a line of limited-edition hoodies and t-shirts, the Warriors team store announcement. T-shirts start at $29.99 and hoodies at $69.99.

You can purchase the merchandise from the Warriors website. Thanks to the team’s partnership with Chase Bank, cardholders get 30% off their order.

BamBam helped Wiggins clinch the All-Star spot

The K-pop sensation helped Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins earn All-Star votes that earned him a starting spot for the Western Conference team, according to The Athletic. BamBam tweeted to his 10 million followers to vote Wiggins in the All-Star Game.

Fan votes make up 50% of the All-Star selection process. 25% of the votes come from the media, and the remaining 25% come from the players.

BamBam and Wiggins met earlier this week, the Warriors tweeted a video. Wiggins said: “It was cool to meet him… I enjoyed it.”

BamBam, who has nearly 16 million Instagram followers, began his career as a rapper with Got7, one of the most notable K-pop groups in the world before making his solo debut in 2021. He has was named “Asia’s Best Celebrity Artist” at the 2021 Asian Artist Awards.

The Warriors (50-29), who clinched a playoff berth and sit third in the Western Conference standings, are playing their final home game of the regular season against the Lakers.

The Lakers have announced that stars LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook will not play in the game.