A supporter of the Danang Dragons, who wishes to remain anonymous, took a unique approach to showing their support for the team. They printed pictures of the players and coaching staff, rounded off the corners, laminated them, and presented the photo cards as personalized gifts to the team members.

Handmade photo cards given by a fan to the Danang Dragons players. Photo: VBA

Handmade photo cards given by a fan to the Danang Dragons players. Photo: VBA

The Danang Dragons players were deeply appreciative of these gifts, with Edward Horton and Dominique Grant expressing their intention to cherish them as unforgettable tokens of affection.

In addition to the Danang Dragons squad, Tam Dinh and Sang Dinh received other meaningful gifts from a fan named Ha ‘Won.’ These gifts included cartoonish paintings portraying the brothers.

A fan gives portrait paintings to Tam Dinh (L) and Sang Dinh. Photo: VBA

A fan gives portrait paintings to Tam Dinh (L) and Sang Dinh. Photo: VBA

Sang Dinh, who played as a defender of the Vietnamese national basketball team at the delayed 2021 Southeast Asian Games, was particularly surprised and captivated by these gifts.

“Ha is the best! Thank you for your love and support! Sang really appreciates and can feel the endless energy from you in the games,” the player said.

A Hanoi Buffaloes player takes a photo with a fan. Photo: VBA

A Hanoi Buffaloes player takes a photo with a fan. Photo: VBA

During each VBA game, fans have the opportunity to interact with players on the court. This post-match event allows fans to take pictures, engage in closer interactions, give gifts, receive autographs on jerseys, balls, and photo cards, and have conversations with the players.

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