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On His 28th Birthday 2004 MVP Kevin Garnett Goes Off

The 2003-04 NBA season was one of Kevin Garnett’s career-best. He may have got his championship ring as a Boston […]

TISH: Paul George Returns

Today in Sneaker History Paul George triumphantly returned to basketball on the world’s grandest stage – the 2016 Olympic Games. […]

My Top 10 Pickups of 2015 – NYJumpman23

What the? You might ask, wait, how did old pairs integrated with new pairs get on the list? I decided […]

adidas T-Mac 4: Tracy McGrady Drops 13 Points in 33 Seconds

We’ve seen some seriously impressive performances from guys like Stephen Curry this season. However, when it comes to putting up […]

Reggie Miller and Pacers Dominate Game 5 of the 2000 Finals

“Reggie Miller, standing behind the arc, would not let the season expire for the Indiana Pacers. He squared, fired and […]

Huarache Tech’s Place In Nike Basketball History

Preface: Having no March Madness and no NBA basketball sucks bad rn, ugh. Lightning doesn’t strike in the same place […]

Andre Iguodala Turns 31, Looking For His First Ring

Nike HyperRev and Nike Crusader PE Andre Iguodala    

Happy Birthday to the Late, Great Wilt Chamberlain

Wilt Chamberlain may not be around anymore but his impact on the game of basketball and sneakers is still felt […]

Jordan Apex-Utilty: The Future of Jordan Lifestyle Sneakers

Jordan Brand is not typically known for their lifestyle models, but that’s about to change with a little help from […]

Top-5 Jays

We all have our top-5 favorite pairs of Jordans – it’s one of the most common ‘lists’ within the sneaker […]

My Top 10 Sneakers of 2015 – @NickEngvall

2015 was one of the best years the sneaker business has seen. The amount of diversity available to sneaker enthusiasts […]

The REAL Reason Mo Williams Changed His Number…

For those that are paying attention, Mo Williams is now wearing a different number for the Cleveland Cavaliers then he […]