'Dreams' TikTok Star Recreates Viral Video in Lakers Jersey to Celebrate NBA Win

The 'Dreams' TikTok star has recreated his own viral video in celebration of the Los Angeles Lakers winning the NBA Championship last night—but he switched out juice for a celebratory bottle of wine.

The new video sees the social media star wearing a Lakers jersey, skateboarding to Queen's 'We Are the Champions', and drinking a bottle of Chardonnay. It was posted on Twitter by an account called @FollowThroughLA and has nearly two million views at the time of writing.

The Lakers won against Miami Heat 106-93, winning a 4-2 series victory on Sunday night—a win that comes 10 years after the late Kobe Bryant's fifth and final title in 2010. The Lakers said they were playing the rest of the series in honor of Bryant and his daughter Gianna, who died in a helicopter crash in January.

TikTok user, or @420doggface208, went viral in late September for skateboarding while listening to Fleetwood Mac's song 'Dreams' and drinking Ocean Spray cranberry and raspberry juice. The video currently has more than 45.3 million views on TikTok and millions more on Twitter.

When the TikTok went viral, 'Dreams'experienced a boost in streams. Mick Fleetwood then recreated the video and even wrote Apodaca a letter, saying: "Hello there Nathan... Mick Fleetwood here...

"What a wild ride you are on! I'm so glad you inspired me to become a part of your fantastic journey! How great it is that you have brought so many smiles to millions of people in a world just when it is/was needed."

The video generated plenty of free advertising for Ocean Spray, and as a result, the company gifted Apodaca with a new truck.

Ocean Spray chief executive Tom Hayes said in a statement: "When we saw Nathan Apodaca's video and the joy it created, we knew we needed to celebrate him and the happiness he spurred.

"Yesterday Ocean Spray was humbled to gift Nathan with something of importance to him—a truck we knew he needed."

In the new video, Apodaca is drinking Butter Chardonnay by JaM Cellars. The video caught the company's attention, as it said on Twitter: "This just happened! Congrats Lakers! Celebrate responsibly, @doggface208!"

Apodaca's original 'Dreams' TikTok plus the "Doggface Challenge" TikTok videos it inspired were featured in a commercial for the social media platform during the NBA game on Sunday.

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LeBron James and Quinn Cook of the Los Angeles Lakers celebrate with teammates after winning the 2020 NBA Championship in Game Six of the 2020 NBA Finals at AdventHealth Arena at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on October 11, 2020, in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Getty/Mike Ehrmann