Netease Sports reported on October 10:
Since the rematch began in Orlando, Heat forward Jimmy Butler's coffee business has been doing well, but not everyone has bought his coffee.
Coach Vogel is one of them. He revealed that he had never bought Butler's coffee since he entered the semi-final zone for three months, "because he is our potential enemy."
There are also reasons for the price, "20 yuan a cup is simply too expensive."
Vogel's hunch was right. The Heat eventually made their way through the East, reaching the finals, and really becoming their worst enemy.
Moreover, Butler's coffee is really expensive. In the United States, general coffee is roughly US$2-5 according to the size of the cup, but Butler’s cup is US$20 regardless of the size of the cup, and the price has doubled several times.
Butler has previously revealed that he likes to make coffee very much, so this time he brought a full set of equipment to the quarter-finals and started a coffee business. He said that his plan to retire in the future is to open his own cafe.