Thursday, February 22, 2018
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Love him or hate him you have to admit that Kanye West makes the world a little more interesting. And for those that have been into sneakers for a while you know that he is no newcomer to rocking...
The Air Jordan 12 Black/Varsity Red is back for just the third time in its original form. Originally released back in 1997 it was retroed for the first time back in 2003. In 2009 there was the "Flu Game"...
So, is anyone else excited for the Fantastic Four reboot releasing this weekend? I mean it has Michael Jordan in it, seriously. Now we wonder if Nike will get back into the Fantastic Four fever once again. In 2006,...
There isn't much debate who was the best shooting guard to play during the 90's, or ever. That title would go to "His Airness," Michael Jordan. But who would be considered the second best? Many, including myself, would argue...
  One of the league's most highly sought after free agents this off season has one of the most impressive resumes a 4 year player can have, and we're not talking LeBron. Kawhi Leonard, the former San Diego State Aztec has...
Five years is a long time in the sneaker business. Most shops fail before then. Many people lose interest in sneakers before they even get to that point. But occasionally, someone hustles so relentlessly that the sneaker world actually...
If you really want to see how much the game of NBA basketball has changed, look no further than the 1994 NBA Finals. The Houston Rockets, led by big man Hakeem Olajuwon, faced off against the New York Knicks, led...
Before Erik Spoelstra there was Pat Riley. Before Li-Ning and Jordan Brand, there was Converse. Before LeBron and Bosh, there was just Dwyane Wade (and Shaq I suppose). Way back in 2006, the then-young Wade helped lead the Miami Heat to the...

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