Do you want one of your favorite Sacramento Kings players to wish you a happy birthday? You can do just that today for a cool 50 bucks.
There are plenty of things that NBA players are doing to stay in shape or to pass the time during the current hiatus due to the COVID-19 outbreak. But there are a handful of players that are doing what they can to keep their pockets full as well, including a couple of Sacramento Kings big men.
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If you haven’t yet heard of Cameo, is it is a service in which you can purchase and receive personalized messages from celebrities like actors and athletes. The prices can range from $5 to $2,500 depending on the level of fame, and they will wish you a happy birthday or a congratulations or whatever other message you want to convey to a friend or loved one.
A couple of weeks ago, we let you know that Kings big man Harry Giles was on Cameo and a personalized message from him would run you fifty bucks. Now, his front court teammate Richaun Holmes is getting in on the act.
Holmes’ personalized videos will run you the same price as Giles’, which is a relatively affordable price for a gift for a Kings fan from a bona fide fan favorite.
Unlike Giles who tends to dangerously record himself while driving, Holmes seems to be doing his shout outs from the comfort of his own home. He is so comfortable, in fact, that he occasionally appears shirtless in his videos. You can get to Holmes’ personal Cameo page by following this link.
There are other “celebrities” on Cameo that appear when putting ‘Sacramento Kings’ in the search bar. Nigel Hayes, who played in five games for the Kings, has a price tag of $30. Anthony Tolliver can be had for $43, and Jim Peterson, who played 66 games for Sacramento in 1988-’89, will run you $30.
We’ll keep you updated if any other Kings personalities pop up on Cameo.