Last Day To Order T-Shirts!
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY!
If you want your t-shirt(s) in time for the party, you have to order by midnight!! All of the Lottery Party shirts will be high-quality triblend shirts, and all of the profits go to our charities, the Providence Animal Center and Coded By Kids. They're all $19.99 and include the first Ricky shirsey. Get them all here.
We have a one percent chance of getting the first pick, which is basically a guarantee. Get your tickets to be in-house now.
This one is inspired by a shooting guard who is definitely not on social media, but hasn't set it yet. The front is a nod to a Sixers logo of the past, and the back completes the first ever Rights To Ricky Sanchez that is an actual shirsey, with the number 17 and the name "Not On Social Media." Have fun explaining this one to anyone.
You really just hate to see this. There are a lot of levels to this one... first, it's take off of every Celtics fan's favorite rap group logo, House Of Pain. Next, it takes the odd slogan the team has chosen to rally around, Cus Crise. Finally, in small print at the bottom, something we all really just hate to see.
"The Cour Four"
Our t-shirt for Fly The Process IV was so popular, we had to make a Lottery Party version. Based on the iconic Appetite For Destruction album cover, it features Sam in the middle, TJ on the left, Dario on the right, Joel at the top, and Roco at the bottom. Forever uniting the Core Four of The Process.
Inspired by the Dr. Dre album cover for The Chronic, this is the first time that the thing that we have to say to each other, but don't really want to say to each other, is on anything we've ever sold. Immortalized in the middle is Mr. Sims, a long lost jewel of The Process, who we hold forever in our hearts. Also available in white.
"Ship Of Theseus"
The Ship Of Theseus was referenced in an off-season podcast a couple of summers ago. You've got to be really down with all of this to understand where it came from. Look for the episode with famous theoretical physicist Sean Carroll, a Sixers fan. This "Bon Voyage to Theseus" idea was hatched by our designer Tanner Lowry.