On a laundry list of accomplishments and iconic moments, Michael Jordan's "Flu Game" is up there with the best. With that, the "Flu Game" Air Jordan 12 sneakers are a staple in most Jordan collections, but the actual game worn pair is enough to make a Jordan collectors head spin.
Tyga's Reebok T-Raww "Brass" is available now at select Reebok dealers. The sneakers look gold, but it's described as a metallic brass, and it smothers the entire shoe. Beige laces and a thick dark gum outsole accompany the brass theme. "T-Raww" is written on the sole in case you forgot who's sneaker it was.
The Jordan XX8 SE in reflect silver/total orange is scheduled to release on Christmas Eve, December 24th. The price tag is $150.
The Jordan XX8 is constructed of a black upper with reflect silver Flywire. Total orange makes its way onto the laces and heel tab, and white handles the rest. The Jordan XX8 comes complete with Flywire and carbon fiber plating on the upper and speckled midsole.
Ecentrik Artistry's Air Jordan 5 "Blue Frost" custom utilizes the Laney 5 as its base. Seeing a Laney turn into this will make some stomaches turn, but others are into the one of a kind look. Festive graphics adorn the icy blue upper which can be purchased now. Using either the Laney, or Grape as the base, the custom will run you a cool $475. Is it worth the asking price?
NEW YORK – The Boston Celtics demolished the New York Knicks, 114-73, behind a game-high 23 points from Jordan Crawford at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
The Atlantic Division-leading Celtics (10-12) ran wire-to-wire for the win over a Knicks squad (5-14) that was going for its first three-game winning streak of the season. Instead, Boston picked up its third victory in a row to extend a divisional lead in a game the Knicks trailed by many as 27 points in the first half, including a 23-3 deficit in the first quarter.
Fat Joe is still practicing the technique of licking the soles of his deadstock sneakers. We all remember the episode of MTV Cribs where he proved his Olympic 7s were clean by licking the soles.
The most recent soles Fat Joe slobbered over were the "Gamma Blue" Air jordan 11, which are a release that has everybody drooling. The GB 11s will officially release on December 23rd, but as we've seen time and again, the celebrities get there kicks early. And they can do whatever they want with them.
LeBron James continues his quest for not only NBA dominance, but global dominance, as he's signed on Kevin Hart to co-star alongside him in a feature film called "Ballers."
The movie is about two brothers, and one is an NBA star (James) while the other is frustrated with living in the shadow of his superstar sibling (Hart), but gets a chance to prove himself at a fantasy camp.
Kevin Hart will work on writing the film which is expected to be in production this summer during the NBA's off season.
The regal looking Nike LeBron 11 "BHM" features a predominately black upper with BHM graphics on the overlays. King James' lion head logo and crowns stand out on the foamposite overlays, while other graphics make their way throughout the upper.
The royal purple outsole makes the shoe, with its gold speckles that compliment the gold branding seen on the upper. The shoe will be ready for release come February.
Chris Bosh gets a lot of flack for unknowingly making funny faces during photos, and generally giving off the wrong impression, but recently he was involved in something cool as Childish Gambino recorded his latest album at Bosh's house.
Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, is gearing up for his new LP Because The Internet which is dropping December 10th, and reveals in a new interview with Tim Westwood that he recorded the album at Chris Bosh's house.
Ladies and gentleman, the Nike Kobe 9 Elite "Masterpiece." Mark Parker, CEO of Nike, Eric Avar, the designer, and Kobe Bryant, the Black Mamba, were all present for the official unveiling of the Nike Kobe 9 Elite.
The super high-top sneaker features Nike Flyknit, Flywire, and Lunarlon. Parker said of the Nike Kobe 9 Elite, "There's 50% less waste than a traditional basketball shoe." This is due to the Flyknit construction, which allows the high top to have a low top feel, which is something Kobe desperately wanted for his 9th signature.
Dikembe Mutombo has been a mainstay reference for rappers since the 90s. Usually rappers are talking about how big they are, on the block, or how their money is "long like Mutombo."
The NBA legend has seen a post-playing career resurgence of late as his trademark blocking prowess followed by his signature finger waving were used in a viral GEIKO commercial.
The new Collective Bargaining Agreement is starting to make teams strongly re-consider their spending habits, and the days of hoarding top-name free agents look to be coming to an end.
In 2010, the Miami Heat were able to pull off a coup of sorts by signing LeBron James and Chris Bosh to join Dwyane Wade. Each of them took a pay cut to play together, and after this season will have the chance to opt out of their deals.