Improv Everywhere causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places. For their latest mission, this took them to Madison Square Garden where “Agent Lathan” pretended to get lost during a Knicks game. Throughout the second half he kept appearing further and further away from his assigned seat with a confused look on his face. Of course Knicks fans went crazy trying to help him find his way back. Watch the hilarious video below and click HERE to go behind the scenes of the whole thing.
Ever since, Allen Iverson and the Grizzlies parted ways a few days ago, the rumors of his next destination have been running wild. First it was the Knicks, then it was the Celtics, then he was going to retire, now the talk is going back to the place where it all started for Iverson: Philadelphia. Read More »
Because David Stern is fining players every time they open their mouths, trash talking in the NBA has been pretty much non-existant this season. In order to make up for the lack of good sound bites in the League, we turn to the most unlikely source for trash talk: Brigham Young University aka BYU. after defeating the University of Utah in OT on Saturday, their quarterback Max Hall tears into his in-state rivals and everything they stand for.
We’ve talked numerous times in the past about the love-hate relationship between Utah Jazz fans and Carlos Boozer. After being on their bad sides for the past year or so, Booz is slowly charming his way back into their hearts. The Jazz have rebounded from a slow start and have won six of their last eight games. Boozer has been the main reason in their resurgence averaging 23.8 ppg and 10.8 rpg in their winning streak. Read More »
These Christmas edition Nike Air Max LeBron VII‘s have the Dime office in the holiday spirit extra early this year! Keep your eyes on your favorite sneaker shop because these will be a quickstrike release, but I’m sure you can catch LeBron rocking them against Kobe and the Lakers on Christmas Day. Check out more pics after the jump. Read More »
We’re only about a quarter into the season, but it’s never too early to start thinking about the All-Star game. There have already been plenty of players that have already made a case for a spot in the league’s midseason classic. One of those players is Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo. The fourth-year guard is leading Boston to a 14-4 record – currently the best record in the East. He has never been an All-Star before and a lot of people don’t believe he deserves to be in that class. We break down whether Rondo deserves to be among the NBA’s elite 24. Read More »
Over the past few weeks, the folks at Scotland’s hottest shop, Hanon, had the opportunity to catch the production of their latest collaboration with New Balance at their Flimby factory in Cumbria, UK. While the Bionic Project – a three-way collaboration comprising of two archive New Balance styles that incorporate a performance textile by Switzerland’s Eschler – will be dropping in December, check out the following two film clips that capture the behind-the-scenes of the production process. Read More »
Patrick Ewing hasn’t wore a New York Knicks uniform in about a decade, but he still gets more love than any Knick on the current roster every time he returns home as an assistant coach for the Magic. When he was shown on the Jumbotron during last night’s Knicks/Magic game, the fans gave him a standing ovation. Last night, Ewing told reporters that he wouldn’t mind coming home. Well, Jersey anyway. Read More »
BRANDON JENNINGS (by Jack Jensen)
For whatever reason, I had always discredited Brandon Jennings’ game. Since “Young Money” was being paraded around as the next sure thing at Oak Hill Academy in high school, I was sure he’d be more hype than value. The trash talking little guard from Compton would pan out like Darius Washington Jr. or Sebastian Telfair (who is just now becoming a reliable backup) and never quite reach his top-tier billing, I quietly thought. Welp, 15 games into his career and you can safely check that feeling off on my “Oops” list. Read More »