Google isn’t missing any chance of promoting its Pixel phones and their innovative features. The company has been collaborating with different sports franchises to showcase various features of Pixel devices. And in another recent collaboration with the NBA, Google is hosting a four-day basketball event called Google Pixel Combine.

The Pixel Combine will run from February 16 to February 19 at The Crane Bay Event Center in Indianapolis, US. The event coincides with the NBA All-Star Weekend and offers a variety of activities and experiences for basketball fans.

What’s in store?

The event will feature basketball players like Kelsey Plum, Chris Brickley, and Chris Matthews (a.k.a. Lethal Shooter). Also, there’s a performance of rapper Lil Yachty, along with All-Star Game Watch Party and HBCU Celebration. Moreover, there will be a Dunk Showcase featuring Taylor Rooks and Richard Jefferson.


The main aim of the event is to showcase the features and capabilities of the Google Pixel phone. Furthermore, the Google Pixel Combine event will have four different tasks for participants. These include Google Pixel Posterized, Google Pixel Rookie Pics, Google Pixel Hall of Game, and Google Pixel Combine Court.

  • Google Pixel Posterized: It is an activity that requires the participants to create a highlight reel of their basketball moves using the Pixel phone.
  • Google Pixel Rookie Pics: In this task, participants have to take a professional-looking portrait at the Rookie Pics photo booth using the Pixel phone.
  • Google Pixel Hall of Game: It is a locker room gallery where participants can check out the latest trends and styles from the NBA’s Hall of Fame using Google Lens.
  • Google Pixel Combine Court: It is a basketball court that will offer drills and clinics led by WNBA champion Kelsey Plum and shooting coach Lethal Shooter.

Whether you’re a basketball enthusiast, a Pixel fan, or just looking for a good time, the Google Pixel Combine promises an engaging experience. So, don’t miss out! RSVP today and get a chance to score premium giveaways.

Aashish Singh
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I developed a keen interest in technology ever since my school days. And writing about it keeps me closer to this fascinating world. When I’m not working you can catch me playing video games.

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