TAG: Game

NBA, Style - Kicks and Gear / Nov 1, 2013 / 4:15 pm

The Ultimate 15-Track Basketball Warm-Up Playlist

Jay-Z

Jay-Z (photo. Nike)

There aren’t many things more powerful than LeBron James going full speed to the rack on a fast break, but music is one of them. Music plays an integral part in a player’s mindset before he steps onto the hardwood. Look into an NBA locker room before a game; all you will see is a bunch of Dre Beats with music blaring in them. Read More »

Style - Kicks and Gear / Dec 11, 2012 / 2:00 pm

Air Jordan IV “Jesus Piece” Custom Sneakers

Air Jordan IV "Jesus Piece" custom

Is there anyone better at making custom sneakers than Mache? I doubt it. His latest project, done exclusively for Game to commemorate his latest album, is a pair of Air Jordan IVs “Jesus Piece” customs, and they’re as crazy as you would expect. Read More »

College, NBA, NBA Draft / Jun 15, 2012 / 1:15 pm

Required Hip-Hop For The Top 30 Players In The 2012 NBA Draft

Thomas Robinson

Thomas Robinson (photo. Jeff Jacobsen/Kansas Athletics)

With the NBA Draft Lottery taking place, everyone has a better idea where likely draftees will land come June 28, 2012. Here at Dime, we’ve already begun our full-fledge draft coverage. Catch up on player profiles like Harrison Barnes, the weekly diary of Dion Waiters, and our latest mock draft. All of these features provide a glimpse into what to expect from the incoming influx of ballers. Yet, the perpetual interrelationship between hip-hop and hoopin’ can’t be overlooked. Read More »

Video / Sep 13, 2011 / 10:30 am

Brandon Jennings Presents “Under The Armour” – Episode 4

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.


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Featured Gallery, NBA, Playground / Jul 21, 2011 / 2:00 pm

The Game Of The Summer: Goodman League vs. Drew League

Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant (photo. Goodman League)

Each summer the Goodman League in Washington, D.C. hosts NBA stars and streetball legends as one of the most well-known summer leagues in the country. Across the United States in Los Angeles, the Drew League does virtually the same. From Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins in D.C. to DeMar DeRozan and James Harden in L.A., the leagues have been the talk of the summer. So when Durant put on another show, but this time in the Drew League and not the Goodman League last month, he raised a question: Which league is better? Read More »

Playground, Video / Jun 9, 2011 / 10:00 am

DeMar DeRozan Starts The Summer Off Right At The Drew League

So while Kevin Durant is killing at the Goodman League in D.C., watch DeMar DeRozan going off in one half of a Drew League game in L.A. Oh yeah, and joining him on the court is Michael Beasley, Sonny Weems, Austin Daye, Game, Ed Davis, Joey Dorsey, Joe Smith and Gerard Anderson.

All-Star, NBA / Feb 22, 2011 / 6:00 pm

NBA All-Star Weekend: In Pictures

Skullcandy

As I said earlier, from games to parties to appearances, there wasn’t a free second to be had during NBA All-Star Weekend. So for those of you that weren’t able to make the trip, I wanted to give you an inside-look into everything that was going on. With that, check out the entire weekend in pictures (and be sure to click on the next day at the end of the post). Read More »

All-Star, Video / Feb 22, 2011 / 3:00 pm

Snoop Dogg, Game & Chris Brown Win Inaugural adiHOOP 3-on-3

On Thursday, we told you about rolling VIP with Snoop Dogg during All-Star Weekend. And for those of you that did, you probably know that Snoop’s squad took home the title at the inaugural adiHOOP 3-on-3. (The “West Coasters” featured Snoop, Game and Chris Brown, and were coached by Matt Barnes.) Ken Jeong (a.k.a. Slim Chin) and DJ Neil Armstrong were also in the house, as well as Serge Ibaka, Jrue Holiday, Wesley Johnson and Toney Douglas. Check out the recap below:


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Style - Kicks and Gear / Jul 23, 2010 / 11:15 am

“LeBron James, Chris Bosh & D-Wade” On Game’s New Track “M.I.A.”

Game - Brake Lights

You knew it was only a matter of time before Miami’s hottest trio was going to end up in rap verse. Thanks to L.A.’s finest, Game, they’ve made an appearance on his new mixtape, “Brake Lights,” produced by Cool & Dre. Game released the single and the cover last week via Twitter. You can hear the song “M.I.A.” right HERE, or listen to it after the jump. Read More »