Perhaps no nickname is sports works better than Calvin Johnson‘s Megatron. Celebrate the once-in-a-generation player with the latest Game Plan from Champs Sports and Nike Football. On 11/26, the Megatron Collection, consisting of the Nike CJ81 Trainer Max and a player-inspired action figure from Hasbro, will be hitting select stores. The Megatron Rises Box, featuring all three shoes and action figure, drops at Champs Sports Cherry Hill only. The sneaker is getting a Decepticon makeover, and Nike and Champs are giving away the limited edition action figure with the purchase of the shoe. Read More »
The latest collection to hit the Game Plan is the Calvin Johnson Sandy Creek Pack. This collection pays tribute to Megatron’s beloved Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, GA. Johnson had a stellar career at Sandy Creek, leading his high school squad to a regional title for the first time ever in 2003 and gained national recognition as a top recruit. [Check out Dime's Top 10 Football Players in the NBA]
The “Megatron” nickname is a fitting one – he is the perfect gridiron weapon, flaunting a lethal combination of quickness, power, size, speed and agility. In 2010, Sandy Creek honored their superstar alum by retiring his No. 81.
Now Nike has teamed up with Johnson to create his own collection to show love to Sandy Creek, and Champs Sports will bring it to you in stores and online at the Nike Yardline on 6/29.
Check out the collection below… Read More »
/ Nov 2, 2012 / 4:00 pm
Will Bynum may be most famous for his mighty mite dunk power that led him to challenge the world to “Dunk Like Will.” His style of play was born out of a Chicago upbringing where, as he says, there wasn’t time to mess around. You either went straight to the rim, or you didn’t. Even as Bynum is turning 30 in January, his calling card is still his straight-ahead speed toward the rim. Read More »
/ Sep 10, 2012 / 2:00 pm
With football season getting underway yesterday, we are now officially engaged in NFL mode. A multitude of players already showcased their heralded talents (Robert Griffin III), while others planked under the pressure of their debuts (Andrew Luck).
Still, the season is early, so there’s no need for you to consider your fantasy draft a debacle â€“ not yet at least. Read More »