In recent years the NBA, in an attempt to get more marketing revenue, has opened their door to promoting spirits whereas in the past they kept it only to beer.
A new major partnership has been announced as Sean "Diddy" Combs' CIROC Vodka has signed a multiyear deal with the NBA. The partnership will include a few campaigns including "The Toast of the NBA" which will serve to educate fans on how to enjoy responsibly, and "The Art of Celebration" which focuses on how to live it up.
The latest Nike LeBron 11 made its way onto the court Monday night after releasing over the weekend. Wilson Chandler paired up his Nike LeBron 11 "Gamma Blue" with the Nuggets alternate powder blues; teammate Nate Robinson stuck with the trusty Playoff 13s. Despite the fresh kicks, the Nuggets fell to Kevin Durant and his "OKC Home" KD6s.
Three different players rocked the Adidas DRose 4 including; Matt Barnes and Adidas Brand athlete Damien Lillard. Check the slides for the best of the rest from Monday night.
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One of the fun subplots heading into an NBA season - particularly as the social media generation churns out ubiquitous gossip - is which players are going to be advertising their trade stock as rumors of moves to other teams loom over their season.
Nothing shakes up the Association's landscape like a blockbuster deal, and with so many teams in either "win now" or "lose horribly" modes this year, there's plenty of potential for trades of all shapes, sizes and degrees of intelligence to alter the playing field.
The NBA has grown exponentially in the past 25 years on multiple levels. On a macro level, by expanding their brand to a global audience and adding franchises. On a micro level, by implementing replays and allowing for zone defenses.
Russell Westbrook surprised us by returning to action this past Sunday as he was expected to miss at least two weeks. Well, it looks like he's not only back on the court but already in mid-season form, and I don't just mean his superhuman athleticism and rim-destroying dunks, but his off-court style.
Last year J.R. Smith was put on blast after a screenshot of a direct message he sent to a female fan was put online. The Knicks swing man asked her if she "wanted the pipe," to which she politely declined.
Now a Twitter user, @g0ldbluntz has posted a message she received from new San Antonio Spur, Marco Belinelli where he asked the young lady if she wanted to have something "big," "long and thick" to eat.
The Detroit Pistons gave fans a look at their new "Motor City" alternate jerseys this summer, which has the city's nickname scrolled across the front of the jersey in place of "Pistons" or "Detroit."
Last night in their 87-77 victory of the Celtics, the Pistons wore the new look uniforms for the first time. These are some of my favorite alternates out right now, and you can have a look at them in the gallery above.
This past weekend is when most NBA players dressed up for Halloween as the season hadn't started yet, and we saw some solid costumes from the Thunder, and the Spurs, but Jon Leuer and Quincy Pondexter may have stolen the show.
Prior to his debut in a Knicks uniform, Metta World Peace decided to touch base with his New York roots and ride the subway to Madison Square Garden.
Growing up in Queensbridge, where his brother still lives, Metta (or Ron Artest, as he was known then) took the F train frequently, and he had not taken it in a long time so he felt prior to his first Knicks game would be a good chance.
Metta had 4 points and 4 rebounds in just 17 minutes of action as the Knicks held on for the win.
One of the many joys of a new NBA season is watching talented up-and-comers blossom into stars, making what sports fans vaguely refer to as "The Leap".
It can come from many places and defines many things; sometimes a player reeks of potential and is destined for stardom (James Harden), there are those who exceed expectations when a teammate goes down(Paul George), still others (Jimmy Butler) come out of nowhere and force people to remember their name.
PHILADELPHIA – Calling it a "happy day" and the end of a "great ride," former Philadelphia 76ers great Allen Iverson formally announced his retirement during a news conference Wednesday afternoon in the Sixers' home arena, over three years after he played his final NBA game.
The 38-year-old Iverson, an 11-time All-Star, four-time NBA scoring champion and three-time All-NBA first-teamer, spent parts of 12 seasons with the Sixers, and played 14 years in all. He was the league MVP in 2001, leading Philadelphia to its most recent appearance in the Finals.
One of the main storylines going into this season is the return of Derrick Rose, as fans had waited nearly a year and a half from the time he injured his ACL and he played real meaningful NBA minutes.
We saw him look explosive and return to form during the preseason, but he hadn't really made a full comeback until he played a regular season game. One Chicago native that was hyped for D Rose's return was the President of the United States of America.
Taking to his Twitter account, Barack Obama officially welcomed the Bulls' point guard back.
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