13-Year-Old Shark Tank Bow Tie Kid Totally Owned the NBA Draft (Video)
The star of the 2015 NBA Draft? It was not top picks Karl-Anthony Towns, D’Angelo Russel, or Jahlil Okafor. It was not Kelly Oubre and his spiky shoes, nor was it Frank Kaminsky and his custom tank suit.
The star of the 2015 NBA Draft was a 13-year-old kid named Moziah Bridges, better known as the Shark Tank bow tie kid. Moziah, a mini Russell Westbrook, pitched his hand-crafted bow tie business, Mo’s Bows, on ABC’s Shark Tank two years ago. He found a backer in Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who saw an opportunity to outfit NBA players in stylish neckwear and market the company during the NBA Draft.
That’s what happened last night. The Shark Tank bow tie kid didn’t just make a custom bow tie for Kentucky’s Willie Cauley-Stein. He was actually at the draft, and he did an interview on ESPN.
Take a look:
I have a feeling Mo’s Bows is going to make a lot more than $200K/year after that.
Hat Tip – [Extra Mustard]