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NBA, Style - Kicks and Gear / Feb 19, 2013 / 5:15 pm

Blake Griffin’s All-Star PE Jordan Super.Fly 2

(photo. Panini America)

There’s a final scene to the newest Jumpman commercial where the basketball blows into countless multi-colored parts. Aesthetically, that’s as good an analogy as I can find what how the All-Star game appeared on my screen between all the multi-colored player edition sneakers and socks. Read More »

NBA, Video / Feb 14, 2013 / 2:00 pm

Michael Jordan’s 20 Best Commercials

Maybe You Should Rise: LeBron James & Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan turns 50 on Sunday, a milestone that marks a half-century of the greatest player ever to play the game. He’s been out of basketball for nearly a decade, but his legend remains whether on sneakers, memories or game tape. Dime explores the greatest aspects of the GOAT’s career for his birthday. Today: MJ’s 20 best commercials of all time. Read More »

Featured Gallery, Style - Kicks and Gear / Mar 27, 2012 / 12:45 pm

Devin Hester’s Jordan Collection Is Crazy

Devin Hester

I know there are a lot of amateur collectors out there who get pissed when we show athlete’s collections. Why? With all the money and connections they have, it should be easy to build up ridiculous collections right? But Devin Hester of the NFL is a little different. Apparently, he claims every single Jordan he owns has been worn. That’s amazing, considering all of the people I know who refuse to do that, and keep certain sneakers on ice for years. Read More »

Featured Gallery, Style - Kicks and Gear / Mar 26, 2012 / 12:30 pm

The 25 Best Basketball Commercials Of All Time

Kobe Bryant

Who remembers the Y2K craze? The world was supposed to end, or at the least, society was supposed to collapse. We got a terrible Will Smith album (Or if you were a misguided soul like me, you probably liked it.). We were all planning to end up like John Cusack in 2012, flying planes through buildings and angling for tickets to some special ship. But the best thing to ever came out of the year 2000 was the Sportscenter commercial. Who remembers it? Mark McGwire smashing computers. Charley Steiner, with a tie around his forehead, yelling, “FOLLOW ME! FOLLOW ME TO FREEDOM!” Read More »