Thursday, February 22, 2018
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  The And1 Tai Chi was already a legendary sneaker on the blacktops across America when Vince Carter laced up a pair for the NBA Slam Dunk Contest. But Vince Carter's Dunk Contest win on February 12th, 2000, which is...
It never felt right seeing Dwyane Wade in a Bulls or Cavaliers jersey. To a generation of NBA fans Wade is synonymous with the Miami Heat; the state even named a county after him... Last week brought good news...
Hard to believe but it's been 20 years since the Alamodome played host to the NBA All-Star Game. The last time the Spurs hosted the event the hometown was able to cheer for David Robinson and Sean Elliot. 1996 also...
Nike formally released their lineup for this years’s All-Star festivities this week. We are delighted to see some familiar silhouettes return like the Zoom Kobe 1. The ZK1 was worn by Kobe during his 81pt outing against the Raptors...
Like The Godfather, Adidas is set to release their next installment in the popular James Harden signature line. The Harden Vol. 2 releases February 16th to help round out Adidas's All-Star Weekend drops. With that in mind, lets take a...
No player has a more photogenic history than Michael Jordan. Since his college days as a North Carolina Tarheel, we've seen Michael Jordan photos showing "His Airness" gracefully soar through the air time after time defining a generation. He defined...
Kobe Bryant and LeBron James first played against one another during the King's rookie season, 2004. Since then they have played against each other for a total of 22 games. Although technically playing different positions they never backed down from...
It's hard to believe that someone who has led the NBA in most 50 point games during the 2015-2016 season (3) has a career high of only 54 points. If you sense a little sarcasm in my tone than...

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