A lot of folks don’t know how much of a motorcycle nut that Mike is. So much so, it had long been rumored that there was some sort of clause in his contract that allowed him to hop on a bike every now and then. Either way, here are some pics of the latest rendition of the Air Jordan Six Rings sneaker alongside one of the Michael Jordan Motorsports bikes.
Apparently these sneaks are extremely rare, like so rare that they were only made for members of the team and their families. How playa is that? Jealous much!! Here is a look at not only the Air Jordan 6 Rings just, but also that sick Jordan-Suzuki American Superbike pictured here.
more pics after the jump… Read more…
Late in the first period of the Spurs win over the Kings on Saturday a bat swooped into the AT&T Center and descended onto the court. Players scattered and officials stopped play. The bat circled and left only to return — briefly.
That’s when Ginobili performed his Halloween trick, swatting the bat out of the air with a bare hand. He then carried the creature off the court to thunderous cheers.
…but, as you would figure, no good deed goes unpunished. Peep Manu’s tweet after the jump… Read more…
Bryant had the most popular jersey in 2007. The Lakers are a Western Conference-best 35-9 this season.
The league’s rankings are based on sales at the NBA Store in New York City and NBAStore.com since the start of the 2008-09 season through January 2009.
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New Jays are hot… there is a lot to these new sneaks so head over to Darren Rovell to read the full interview, here is a little about them:
The shoe was designed by Chicago native Jason Mayden, not the usual Tinker Hatfield. It features a chassis that’s meant to mimic blown glass, which means that each shoe is technically different in its pattern. The pleats in the shoe are really a nice touch. Shoe designers can learn from the simplicity of this, instead of the hodgepodge garbage we’ve seen of recent. Read more…
Kobe introducing the New Kobe Zoom IV’s … a low top joint that is kindof fresh… check out parts 2-5 after the bump… and then another interview with CNBC’s Darren Rovell
another nice commercial from adidas… this is actually at UCLA and these games are off the hook in the summer time. its like a who’s who of ballers because EVERY SINGLE ONE of them has a crib in LA. Legendary games have cracked off here and legendary things have happened. There is a story of when a high schooler Baron Davis banged on Magic and from that moment on he was a made man. I love how Jordan Farmar likes to display his boosties at all times possible. Cool campaign from Adidas
this is really well done.
Part 1 with Gil
Part 2 D Howard
Part 3 T Mac and Tim Duncan
How cool would it have been to be these kids for the week or so it took to film this. That mightve been the best summer ever if I was 14