SPOTTED: Limited Edition NBA Dynasty Oreo Cookies

Limited Edition NBA Dynasty Oreo Cookies

Spurs NBA Dynasty Oreo

Bulls NBA Dynasty Oreo

Hmmm, let’s see now. Bulls, Spurs, Warriors, Lakers, Heat, and Celtics. Is there a Detroit Pistons cookie? Is one back-to-back championship considered a dynasty? (Spotted by Robbie at H-E-B.)

11 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Limited Edition NBA Dynasty Oreo Cookies”

    1. Please elaborate so that I may understand why you feel the way you do. Thank you.

        1. I have to admit, I don’t talk to many people regularly, but I really don’t know of anyone who watches the NBA these days or in recent years. Even when I worked at FedEx for 2 years up until 2020, no coworkers mentioned they watched it either in passing. Not sure how the NBA is staying afloat as a professional sports league in general these days.

          1. Certain NBA teams have huge followings. They are still big in my neck of the woods.

        2. “Wokeness” while criticizing anyone who dares say “free Hong Kong.” Hypocrisy.

  1. tastes the same. silly logo on cookie… huge waste of money. i know i am in the vast minority, i find oreos vasty overrated and quite bland.

    1. I agree about Oreos. They’ve never done anything for me either, even as a kid. More of a Nutter Butter, Stella D’oro Annisette Toast, or Keebler Elfwich cooker person. I never liked the consistency of the Oreo filling and the film it leaves on your tongue.

      1. I am also on the Nutter Butter/Elfwich/Vienna Finger train. I would pass over the Oreos as a kid and now I simply don’t buy them.

  2. These remind me of the crunch bars in the 90s that had different NBA team molds.

  3. Pistons won in 1989 and 1990 and again in 2004. That’s 3, 2 back to back, just like the Miami Heat. Championships before 2000 count since the Celtics are on a cookie. The Pistons were left out, why?

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