Spring is the most wonderful time of the year for true hoop heads. The top high school players and teams are wrapping up their seasons with State titles. College teams are making March go mad, as players prove one last time why they’re worth that NBA money or seniors shed tears, knowing that their careers are coming to a close. The NBA playoffs are around the corner and the weather starts to clear up enough to for pick-up games outdoors. But NYC residents also know that spring means the summa time’s cooking up and the players that rep our city-game are waiting to test their mettle on sacred city streets, once again. With that in mind, I decided to catch up with one of the city’s torch best ballers; Corey Williams a.k.a. Homicide
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HOMICIDE: DOIN’ WORK DOWN UNDER Best of Playground, Hoops In The Sun, Interview, Jordan Brand, NYC blacktop stars, Ncaa, The Latest, feature, legends / Mar 21, 2011 / 2:47 pm
Jordan Brand Classic Moves to Charlotte, NC to celebrate 10th Anniversary The Latest / Dec 22, 2010 / 5:45 pm
The Jordan Brand Classic becomes the second High School All-American Game, (Boost Mobile Elite 24 to LA in 2010), to leave the New York metropolitan area in the last two years. The game moves to the Time Warner Cable arena in Charlotte in 2011 and will feature a North Carolina Regional high school all-star game and a 17-and-under International game. For more information: Read More »
The Jordan CP3.IV – Chris Paul’s Signature Shoe is Performance Driven The Latest / Dec 19, 2010 / 2:50 am
Performance Test #2: The Jordan CP3.IV’s
Jordan’s as performance shoes are solid on the playground’s of NYC with UCONN’s Kemba Walker, Nova’s Corey Fisher and many others repping ‘em hard over the past few summers. I haven’t seen many players, though, wearing Melo’s, Paul’s or the new Wade’s however, but that could change with the new CP3.IV. The shoe places special emphasis on the forefoot area of the foot, designed for first-step comfort and on-your-toes movement. I got a chance to run full court on the New Orleans Hornets floor last Friday and I came away impressed Read More »
Tomorrow marks the drop of Jordan Brand’s M7 Carmelo Anthony signature shoe. To celebrate the worldwide moment, Melo’s Krossover Entertainment is releasing a Mixtape.
All-Star basketball player and Team Jordan Athlete Carmelo Anthony’s KROSSOVER ENTERTAINMENT readies a new Mixtape, entitled “Become Legendary.” Read More »
From Press Release:
The Future Sole Design Competition is dedicated to giving High School and College students across the country the chance to have their work seen by some of the industry’s biggest designers. The 2010 Competition kicked off in April earlier this year and after 890,000 hits, 11,400 registered users, and 22,000 consumer participants, Michigan native Allen Largin was crowned the Jordan Brand winner. Read More »
KNOW YOUR HISTORY: NIKE 133rd & 8th Articles, Community, Converse, Events, Hoops Culture, Jordan, Jordan Brand, News, Nike, Sneakers, The Latest, legends, nba / Jul 22, 2010 / 9:58 pm
The world basketball festival (Aug 12-15) is less than a month away. Player appearances, retail pop-up shops and actual on-court action in unprecedented places (Namely Times Square) is on the way, but before all that action attacks Manhattan, the people at Nike, Converse and Brand Jordan wanted to give a everyone a chance to see how all aspects of the game started, how we got here and where the future will take us.
By now you’ve probably heard about a little game that was played at The Garden this weekend called the Jordan Brand Classic. If you haven’t, check out the recap by The Lower East Scribe – it’s thorough. Those who were able to see the game were given a glimpse into the future of basketball. With the spring season here in full swing and Bobbito’s Anytime, Anyday workouts happenin’ I can almost smell summer 2010. So to help get us focused on the upcoming hoops that will be taking place in NYC this summer, I’d like to share some images of the past year with you. Since the JBC is fresh on everyone’s minds, let’s start there. In upcoming posts I will be your visual tour guide for what was a great summer in ‘09. Read More »
The Jordan 2010 is a milestone in the basketball community. The Jordan Brand’s cutting edge style and artistic vision has held court in the ball and snearkerhead community for many years. For its 25th Anniversary, the Jordan 2010 was released, continuing a legacy that has dated back to 1985. The Jordan 2010 has asymmetric styling, a noticeable clear window and responsive midsole that performs on the court. Critics might bash this shoe, but as readers, we have to keep in mind that innovators tend to receive flack for their creativity. Appreciate Jordan Brand’s new milestone and celebrate a brand that has lasted 25 strong years!