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Standard Mint, a Web site created by Greenpoint Pictures, recently posted a myriad of facts about our famed former Editor-in-Chief at Bounce Magazine, Bobbito Garcia. Kool Bob Love in the interview lists his five favorite albums of all time. The feature also highlights Bobbito as a historian, professional basketball player, music pioneer, world class DJ and sneaker designer. I must say he has some good taste in his choices.

Show some love to both Bobbito and Greenpoint Pictures by checking out the post HERE.

Watson Classic Heating Up The Latest / Jul 14, 2009 / 12:17 am

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Photo: Jon Lopez

The Watson Classic is celebrating its 10 year anniversary and doin’ it in style. Featuring some of the top ballers in NYC, tough unis, and Joe Pope on the MIC, WC is making a case to be mentioned among the top summer leagues in the mecca. Before my game with the Gym Rats on Sunday, I caught some highlights in the match-up between M.O.E. and Posse. Read More »


Team Flight Brothers give Rudy some air-points

TNT announcer Kenny Smith wasn’t giving props at last year’s dunk contest to anyone who went with an unoriginal dunk. If it was done before, he and the crowd demanded more. Rudy Gay went straight to youtube to find the moves for the slam dunk contest. Dwight Howard and Gerald Green came with props, using cupcakes and capes to revive the event that many said was playing itself out. Now that the bar is raised and people are looking forward to the contest, I’m personally waiting for someone to add some streetball/b-boy flavor to the festivities. We got players lobbing and kicking the ball to dunkers. How ’bout some “Alimoe-B-boy” aka “The Section 8″ to add more flavor to the event.

The Section 8 movement is for all my brothers and sisters who came up from the jects, tenements, and homes that were looking for someone to notice their skills. I’m down with it and a part of it. Alimoe is one of the most original ball handlers in the world. His infamous “wrap the ball around the defenders head and then pass it off the backboard to himself for a dunk” is a game-executed move that was done at EBC and the Holcombe Rucker Tournament. Here are some good “section 8″ suggestions. Read More »

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Pictured above: DJ Lord Sear and Rapper Common In short, Lord Sear has been a master key to stardom for unsigned artists for decades. He currently appears daily on Eminem’s uncensored satellite radio station, Shade 45 (exclusively on Sirius XM). A premier DJ with two radio shows on Eminem’s Shade 45;. Sear hosts The All Out Show with quasi-personality Rude Jude, and also has a self-hosted show called The Extended Drunk Mix.

Lord Sear was once part of the superstar trio of Disc Jockeys (alongside Bobbito Garcia, formerly Bobbito the Barber and DJ Stretch Armstrong, formerly DJ Stretch Armstrong). Their uncensored show was broadcast during the 90’s on Columbia University’s public access radio station WKCR in New York. Their record-breaking show was honored as The Best Hip-Hop Radio Show of All-Time (awarded by the The Source Magazine).

The good Lord is a sneaker fanatic, always on the lookout for the latest releases. The man knows his shoes. His top-ten includes a selection of great variety with an unbiased opinion.

Be sure to check Lord Sear and Rude Jude’s All Out Show every weekday day from 4-8 PM and The Extended Drunk Mix every Friday from 10 PM-Midnight

Click here for a free trial of Eminem’s Shade 45.

And now… Lord Sear’s top ten sneakers of 2008:

10. Krink Nike Air Force 1 (I)

9. Nike Air Foamposite Pro (Metallic Silver Black)

8. Nike Air Penny 2 (II) Black/Varsity Royal / White

7. Adidas Superstar Vin

6. New Balance m576 “China Mask”

5. Air Jordan “Nelly” 6 Rings (Laser LS)

4. Nike Air Pippen 1 Retro (Black/Black)

3.  Air Jordan Olympic 6 (VI)

2. Vans Syndicate “Shady Records” -Shady Records Exclusive Release

1. Eminem Air Jordan 2 (II) “The Way I Am”

Takin’ Care of Business… The Latest / Dec 9, 2008 / 11:51 am

Salvador water, Brazil

While Bob was getting his multi-cultural action on in Brazil, the Bounce Magazine squad held it down in the SBL (Park West HS on 50th Street between 10th & 11th aves) on Sunday. We got off to a slow start while our opponents made it rain 3’s early and often. We trailed by double-digits in the second half and it didn’t help us that the sideline heckling was at maximum decibels. Or did it? Read More »