NBA player shows off LEGO collection, and an incorrect 10294 Titanic

NBA player Myles Turner has taken to Twitter to showcase his growing LEGO collection, including an incorrectly-built 10294 Titanic.

We all make mistakes when it comes to building our new LEGO sets and we shouldn’t be ashamed to admit that – it happens to the best of us. It turns out that extends to famous fans of the bricks too as basketball player Myles Turner recently showcased his finished 10294 Titanic, including one funnel that is facing the wrong way.

Considering the massive size of the model and how long it takes to construct, we can’t blame him for making this one mistake, and the look on his face tells us that he’s not too displeased with the resulting build of 10294 Titanic either way.

Following that initial tweet, the basketball player returned to social media with another update, detailing what other massive models he owns. These include 70922 The Joker Manor, 76161 1989 Batwing, 75181 Y-wing Starfighter, 75159 Death Star, 71040 The Disney Castle, 76139 1989 Batmobile, 75105 Millennium Falcon, 75192 Millennium Falcon and 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer.

Another, more official, crossover between the NBA and the LEGO Group recently came in the form of an Adidas clothing range featuring minifigure versions of James Harden, Damian Lillard, Donovan Mitchell and Trae Young on the designs, but not physically.

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3 thoughts on “NBA player shows off LEGO collection, and an incorrect 10294 Titanic

  • 21/03/2022 at 06:39
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    One of the lifeboats is also incorrect. Hee hee..

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  • 21/03/2022 at 02:20
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    If Titanic had been correctly built it would have endured at least ONE trip?

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