Zion Williamson, the NBA All-Star forward for the New Orleans Pelicans, is teaming up with SLAM magazine to release a line of collectible NFTs, Uproxx reports.

For those of you out there who haven’t yet been introduced to the world of NFTs, here’s a quick breakdown: NFTs (nonfungible tokens) are collectible digital objects (images, sound bytes, videos, etc.) that are bought and sold on blockchains. This writer likes to think of NFTs as trading cards or collectible works of art that exist only in the digital space.

The SLAM x ZION collection of NFTs features 12 tokens that are designed to look like animated SLAM magazine covers. Here’s a preview (courtesy of Boardroom):

Uproxx reports that NFTs in the SLAM x ZION collection will be available for purchase on the NFT marketplace OpenSea starting on Friday, April 2.

According to SLAM, some of the NFTs will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis at a flat rate, while others will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.

SLAM describes the collaboration with Williamson as “a first-of-its-kind NFT drop.”

“I’m really excited to partner with SLAM for the first-ever NFT cover and digital basketballs,” Williamson stated in a SLAM press release, “Through this drop, we hope to deepen our connection with basketball fans, while creating a unique opportunity for them to get in on the action and own a piece of history.”

It makes sense that Williamson would participate in an NFT drop given how popular NFTs are becoming in the NBA community. CNBC reports that in February, a highlight clip of Williamson sold for nearly $200,000 on NBA Top Shot, a platform that produces tradable NFTs of NBA stars called “moments.” According to the site, NBA Top Shot has generated more than $230 million in sales since it launched in 2020.