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This episode of Ball Boyz is brought to you by Hennessy.

On our latest episode of Ball Boyz, hosts George Ocampo and Kyle Hodge review the week’s biggest moments in sports and fashion, as well as Hennessy’s latest collaboration.

While Dallas Mavericks’ Luka Doncic may be a bonafide superstar on the court, the duo takes a jab at one of his Fresh Prince-inspired pregame fits that didn’t sit too well. They then turn to Chris Paul’s feet, highlighting a player exclusive version of his signature CP3.XII sneakers sporting a Monopoly-inspired print.

Next up, they get a first-hand look at the Hennessy x Bristol Studio collaboration that recently debuted at ComplexCon. True to Hennessy’s “Never Stop, Never Settle” mantra, the cognac brand tapped the Los Angeles apparel brand to create three items each inspired by one of Hennessy’s brand ambassadors: hip-hop artist A$AP Ferg, singer-songwriter Maluma, and legendary boxer Canelo Alvarez.

Kyle starts with the custom floor seat created for Ferg, an obvious nod to his recent album Floor Seats. They then move on to the sunglasses designed for Maluma which have been dipped in 14K gold and features two medallions on the arms. The final piece for Canelo is an embossed belt featuring a 14K gold-dipped buckle as an ode to the belts won in boxing championships.

Watch the full episode above to catch the latest sports news, and get an even more detailed look at the Hennessy x Bristol Studio collection here.

For more Ball Boyz, check out our previous episode as they discuss DC Shoes’ latest collaboration with skate legend Jimmy Gorecki.

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