Thursday, February 22, 2018
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There is no better way to do an overview then to bring in the old with the new. With that being said, I wanted to bring a nostalgic look on an overview and a comparison of the Jordan Jumpman...
No really, he was literally the centerpiece of the Bulls phenomenal 72-10 season. Actually, he was the starting center for most, if not all, of the three-peat Championship run. Yet somehow, he is forgotten by many when discussing that...
There is no denying that Steph Curry's 2014-2015 campaign was amazing (and really this season might be better). Last season he was the league's MVP, an NBA All-Star, and NBA champion -- just to name a few accolades. However, we...
For those that are paying attention, Mo Williams is now wearing a different number for the Cleveland Cavaliers then he did during his first go-around with the team. During that first stint with the Cavs he wore #2, which...
A photo posted by Golden 1 Center (@golden1center) on Jan 8, 2016 at 9:40pm PST After a lengthy battle to keep the Sacramento Kings in Sacramento, the franchise is now moving closer and closer to their new home in a...
Hailing from the island state, this streetwear brand has had a history of solid collaborations with various brands over the years. However, their longtime relationship with Vans has always been strong and a personal favorite was the "Rattles" Vans...
A year ago today, with the help of some incredible friends, I launched SneakerHistory.com in hopes of creating a place that brought back some of the things that have gone missing from this sneaker thing over the decades we've...
Kyrie Irving's first signature sneaker, the Nike Kyrie 1, was praised for its lightweight construction and bang-for-your-buck. At its release, the Kyrie 1 was the least expensive Nike Basketball signature model, coming in at $110. It was also made...

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