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Sitting Treasures: adidas Originals TRESC Run

In a time of countless releases and endless hype, how can a sneakerhead keep up? Well, I want to take […]

Grant Hill Became First Rookie To Lead NBA All-Star Voting

Like a few before and some after him, many anointed Grant Hill the next Michael Jordan. His arrival in the […]

Jordan Becomes First Ever Back-To-Back NBA Finals MVP Winner

Having his name all over the record books is one of many reasons Michael Jordan is considered as the greatest […]

15 Years Ago Isiah Thomas was Inducted Into the Hall of Fame

Isiah Thomas, hobbling down the court at full speed with a determination unlike any other, scored 25 points in a […]

Return of the Air Jordan 12 Black-Varsity Red

The Air Jordan 12 Black/Varsity Red is back for just the third time in its original form. Originally released back […]

Happy 25th Birthday Kemba Walker

Throughout his 25 years Kemba Walker has never been afraid of taking the big shots. His small stature was just […]

Are Female Sneakerheads Finally Being Heard by Jordan Brand?

2019 looks to be the year that Jordan Brand and the female sneakerheads are seeing eye to eye. With the […]

D-Rose 2 Rewind

Elusive. Electrifying. Limitless bounce. Derrick Rose redefined athleticism at the point guard position within the first three years of his career. […]

NCAA GOATs: Kemba Walker

Each week in March we will cover a GOAT (greatest of all time) of the NCAA shoe game. Four champions will be named. A few factors play […]

The “Cinco de Mayo” Nike SB Dunk Low Pro

One of the best kicks to wear to celebrate Cinco de Mayo is now these Nike SB Dunk Low Pro’s. […]

‘The Rise of Sneaker Culture’ Exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum

The latest exhibit to hit the Brooklyn Museum is The Rise of Sneaker Culture. The exhibition will include about 150 pairs of […]

Pillar of the Game

How do you define an athlete that’s so multifaceted and complex that he transcends the game itself? Bill Russell is the champion […]