Here is a great new ad for the NBA entitled So Happy Together. The commercial features some of the biggest heads, I mean names in the NBA stars Dwyane Wade, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Shane Battier and many more.
The commercial debuted on Christmas day for the kick-off to the NBA season. Hilarious. For the record, we're riding with the Miami Heat this season. Enjoy.
The final score of Sunday's 105-94 Miami Heat victory over the Dallas Mavericks wasn't completely indicative of the one-sided dominance the Heat came through with in their impressive victory over the defending champions.
Nowhere was this more evident than in a stunning third quarter break that saw LeBron James save a not-quite-there alley-oop pass from Mario Chalmers, turning it into a tip-lob to a streaking Dwyane Wade. You're allowed to be scared of the Miami Heat. Enjoy.
Designed with colorful elements that evoke the yuletide spirit, the Nike LeBron 9 is back yet again for a festive installment.
Featuring a predominately red exterior matched with green accents, they seem to dazzle in their shape much like St. Nick’s trusty sleigh does. While a release date and confirmation on places to purchase these sneakers are still being gathered, the price does indicate that it will take $170 USD to put these under your tree.
Right now, a group of students at the Harvard Business School are ripping LeBron James apart.
They're questioning his every move—from his decision to sign with Nike to his Decision—and wondering why he's done certain things throughout his career. And, you know what? He loves it. [See & Read More]
When he's not busy telling off the NBA on Twitter, Nazr Mohammed has been spending time shooting little balls of colorful paint at welt-inducing speeds.
Mohammed isn't the only player on the basketball-starved Thunder that is trying new things. Daequan Cook has vowed to participate in "No Shave November" and document his days in the process. [Read More]
Another day, another set of excerpts from Shaq's new book, Shaq Uncut: My Story. Outside of ripping Kobe Bryant a new one in his memoir, the Big Cactus also takes LeBron James to task for the special treatment that he got from Cavaliers former head coach Mike Brown as well as others in the Cleveland organization during Shaq's time there.
Specifically, he uses his book to point out that King James was literally treated like a king by the Cavs, who didn't want to ruffle his feathers and see him skip town when he became a free agent in 2010 (so much for that!). [Read More]
Unfortunately, the NBA is stopped for the time being, but that has not deterred Nike from putting out some incredible clips dedicated to the sport.
In this video, LeBron James is seen training at full speed while the city shuts down. Basketball may be down, but its not out. Can’t wait to see play kick off again. What will you guys be doing while NBA action is out?
Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder, recently held a charity basketball game including other top NBA stars like LeBron James, Chris Paul, Amar’e Stoudemire, John Wall and Russell Westbrook.
While racking up a triple double, Durant showed off these new Nike Zoom KD IV “Nerf.” The signature shoe comes complete with a distinct Nerf inspired bright colorway, custom packaging, a mini-hoop, and a Nerf KD35 ball. More information the Nike Zoom KD IV “Nerf” to come.
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Beyoncé “Pretty Hurts”
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The video follows Beyoncé who’s a fraught contestant at a beauty pageant, and traces the ensuing highs and lows.