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Style - Kicks and Gear / Oct 20, 2011 / 3:00 pm

A Day In The Life Of John Wall

John Wall

Yesterday, John Wall held an intimate event at the Foot Locker in Herald Square to celebrate the launch of his new signature shoe, the Reebok Zig Encore, and his new apparel collection. Hosted by the legendary Funkmaster Flex, everyone in attendance got to learn first-hand tips from Wall, as well as how to properly do “The Dougie.” See what went down: Read More »

Style - Kicks and Gear / Mar 29, 2010 / 4:45 pm

Jay Williams Makes A Cameo At House Of Hoops Grand Opening

House of Hoops

Last Friday, we told you about the new House of Hoops that was opening in Wayne, N.J. And for everyone that came through, they were not disappointed in the least. With Funkmaster Flex on the 1’s and 2’s, and New Jersey native John Celestand (a member of the Lakers’ 1999–2000 championship team) on the mic, the place was packed. Oh yeah, and then there was that whole cameo from Jay Williams. Check it out after the jump. Read More »

Style - Kicks and Gear / Mar 26, 2010 / 2:00 pm

House Of Hoops Opening New Spot In New Jersey This Weekend

House Of Hoops

Throughout this year, House of Hoops has been opening up new locations across the country. Last time we checked in, Dallas was the latest city to be graced with a HOH, and now Wayne, N.J. can add their name to the list. With Funkmaster Flex on the 1’s and 2’s, and New Jersey native John Celestand (a member of the Lakers’ 1999–2000 championship team) on the mic, you definitely don’t want to miss this event. Read More »

College, High School / Feb 8, 2010 / 11:45 am

Christ the King vs. Rice: The Greatest High School Basketball Spectacle Ever

Christ the King vs. Rice

While everyone had football on the brain for yesterday’s Super Bowl Sunday, the day also featured one of NYC’s most touted high school hoops rivalries between Christ the King (Queens, N.Y.) and Rice (Harlem, N.Y.). In front of a packed house on the Middle Village campus, I made the trek from the 4 to the J to the M for what could have been the greatest high school basketball spectacle ever. Read More »