Men’s Basketball Season Tickets To Feature Children’s Drawings

Thought basketball and adorable-ness couldn’t go hand-in-hand? Think again.

Fifteen hand-drawn illustrations featuring Penn State-themed images will grace the men’s basketball team’s season tickets for the 2018-2019 season.

The drawings were created by the children of the basketball coaching staff, with the artists including Ryan Chambers, son of head coach Pat Chambers, and Leo Ferry, son of assistant coach Jim Ferry.

All 15 home games will feature a unique season ticket, with a different brightly colored illustration displaying various depictions of basketball players, the Bryce Jordan Center, and the beloved Nittany Lion.

Even if you can’t get your paws on some season tickets, there’ll still be a way to get your daily dose of basketball themed “aww.” The image of that game’s ticket will be unveiled on Penn State basketball’s social media platforms.

The Nittany Lions open their season at home against North Florida on Friday, November 9. Let’s hope the kids got Lamar Stevens’ good side.

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Matthew Ogden is a senior double majoring in Marketing and Journalism. He resides in South Jersey and is the cohost of Onward State's podcast, Podward State. Email him your favorite Spotify playlists to [email protected] or follow him on Twitter @MattOgden98.

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