Under Armour Elite 24 Spawn Anatomix (photo. Under Armour)
In preparation for this weekend’s high school all-star game, Under Armour unveiled exclusive uniforms and Spawn Anatomix colorways for the 2013 Elite 24 event. The game, partnered by Champs Sports and NBA LIVE 14, will feature six of the top 10 players in the ESPN 100, and the top two ranked players in the ESPN 60. Read More »
A few weeks ago we introduced Under The Armour, a new web series starring the one and only Brandon Jennings. In the fourth episode, travel with Young Money to L.A., where he kicks it with his people in Gardena, gets in a workout and then hoops with Bow Wow, Game, J.R. Smith, Derrick Williams, DeMar DeRozan, Cuttino Mobley, and Marcus Williams. To wrap it up, Jennings hits the Boost Mobile Elite 24 with appearances by Aquille Carr, Kevin Durant, John Wall and Jamie Foxx.
There might be no rookie we’re more excited to see play this season than Kemba Walker. I mean, I know that I’m just wondering if he can continue his hot streak that started at the Big East Tournament and ended with a national championship. Well now we get a chance to see that kicks that he’ll be doing it in. Introducing the Under Armour Micro G Juke. While we’ll see Kemba’s PEs once the season gets closer, check out two colorways made specifically for last weekend’s Boost Mobile Elite 24. Read More »
Now that Deuce Bello has moved on to college, it’s time for a new high school dunker to ascend to his throne. You heard it here first, that dunker is Shaquille Johnson. The 6-4 rising senior from Milton (Ga.) High School who has committed to Auburn looks like he’s following in the footsteps of Chris Porter with these hops during the Boost Mobile Elite 24 dunk contest this weekend. Check out his first attempt below and his second two after the jump.
Deron Williams (photo. Katrin Auch for Activition)
Deron Williams isn’t scared or afraid. He’s also sick of justifying his decision. He wants to play in Turkey. The club over there, Besiktas, wants him to come. To him, that’s all that should matter. Williams spoke to the Salt Lake Tribune and vented on a number of things, most interestingly about his soon-to-be-realized trip to play professionally in Turkey. He says he saw the Rick Reilly piece we highlighted and isn’t concerned about the horror stories. Read More »
I feel like I watched the same exact video of Tyreke Evans last year, destroying high school kids in the same gym. Maybe it’s a new initiation? Come out here to the Boost Mobile Elite 24 Midnight Scrimmage and get embarrassed by Tyreke. Then, and only then, can you say you are somebody. Anyways, if you’re one of those people who seems to think Evans really isn’t that good, and that last year was the norm (even though he had injuries issues all year), make sure you check him out this season now that he’s back to normal.
Two years ago, when the Boost Mobile Elite 24 was still in NYC, they held a secret midnight run at MSG so all the high school players could ball with the pros. Last year when they’ve moved out to L.A., they decided to burn the midnight oil at HAX. So with Brandon Jennings, Tyreke Evans, Kemba Walker, Kenneth Faried and Jordan Hamilton all in attendance for this week’s festivities, it was Derrick Williams who decided to dunk on some of the kids.