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Air Jordan x Michael Jordan Motorsports = AJ 6 Rings MJM Edition

November 6, 2009 Leave a comment

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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…

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I Shouldve Been a Rapper

February 5, 2009 2 comments

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I had to post this picture because this picture is hilarious!!! If you watch sportscenter you know that last night LeBron James and the Cavs visited Madison Square Garden to play the knicks, and of course a ton of celebs where in the house.

Look … love him or hate him, the dude is one of a kind crazy.  Is he really fishing through about 3k for a $1 tip?Look at that stack!!! good lord. Its like that one dolla bill doesn’t even match!

I have so many questions… What did he buy with that stack that left him with a single? Why isn’t there at least a 5 and a couple of 20s? What causes you to pull out the entire knot, when you know you have all 100s? I’m so curious about this whole situation

BTW, I like that Jumpman vest he is rockin… a couple more pics after Read more…

Kobe is No. 1

January 28, 2009 Leave a comment

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from espn:

Bryant, the Los Angeles Lakers‘ 11-time All-Star, regained the top spot on the NBA’s list, bumping 2008 No. 1 Kevin Garnett of the Boston Celtics to second.

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.

Top 10 jerseys Top 10 teams
Kobe Bryant Lakers
Kevin Garnett Celtics
LeBron James Knicks
Chris Paul Cavaliers
Allen Iverson Bulls
Pau Gasol Suns
Paul Pierce Pistons
Dwyane Wade Hornets
Derrick Rose Heat
Nate Robinson Spurs
Categories: basketball, Kobe, Lakers, NBA, NBA Money

Kobe and his new Nikes

December 15, 2008 Leave a comment

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

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Adidas: The Run

November 19, 2008 Leave a comment

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

Adidas Brotherhood

November 17, 2008 Leave a comment

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

Jerry Buss Speaks

November 10, 2008 Leave a comment

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If you love the Lakers you gotta be a fan of Dr. Jerry Buss, and not solely because of the hot tails that he keeps around on a regular basis. In a candid chat with LA Times magazine, Dr. Buss talks on the Celtics, The Zen Master, how he really feels about Mitch and even though he may be bidding against himself, he assures Laker fan that even though KB can opt out next year… Kobe isn’t going anywhere any time soon:

“We really don’t address those issues until they come up because we don’t know what the environment is, but we can’t afford to lose Kobe,” Buss said.

In the 25-minute interview, Buss alluded numerous times to the sagging economy and the possibility of its trickling down to the NBA. Buss would probably have to sign off on a five-year contract worth $135 million if Bryant opted out next summer.