TAG: Barry Sanders

Video / Apr 15, 2014 / 11:45 am

Hysterical New Foot Locker X adidas Ad Starring Damian Lillard: “No Rings”

Damian Lillard

Damian Lillard (photo. Foot Locker)

Fresh off his recent extension with adidas, Blazers point guard Damian Lillard stars in a new commercial for Foot Locker entitled “No Rings.” In the spot, Dame tells a friend on the phone “the last thing I want to be is one of those guys that never won a ring.” Except, Chris Webber, Karl Malone, and NFL Hall of Famers LaDainian Tomlinson and Barry Sanders are barbecuing with Dame while he’s talking, and all of them take offense to the crack. Check out the priceless new spot after the jump. Read More »

Style - Kicks and Gear / Nov 27, 2012 / 1:00 pm

Amazing “Holiday Delivery 1″ From Draft Packs

Draft Packs "Jordan Rules" Pack

With the holiday season here, normally that means lots and lots of shopping. We didn’t hit the streets on Black Friday because we feared for our lives, but also because we knew Draft Packs would be holding it down no matter what. Last week, we showed you a preview of their special “Holiday Delivery 1″ pack, which included a look at some dope Michael Jordan x Bad Boy Pistons t-shirts. Now that the collection has released, here’s a look at the entire pack. Read More »

Smack / May 23, 2009 / 1:17 am

King James’ ultimate highlight

LeBron James (photo. Nike)

LeBron James (photo. Nike)

Add another bit of history to the LeBron James career highlight reel, which will some day challenge Mike, Vince, Kobe, Barry Sanders and Reggie Bush (the stuff he did in high school and college was just unreal) as the greatest in the history of sports highlight reels. After Hedo Turkoglu hit a tough jumper over Sasha Pavlovic to put Orlando up by two with exactly one second left in last night’s conference finals Game 2, the Cavs had one chance to avoid an 0-2 series deficit as everybody in Cleveland was nauseous on John Elway flashbacks. Mo Williams was the inbound passer — as Mike Brown flagrantly ignored the lessons of George Karl — and held it for 4.5 seconds before LeBron popped open at the top of the key. Read More »