/ Aug 12, 2014 / 9:30 am
Yesterday, Shaquille O’Neal was at Rucker Park to promote the re-release of the Reebok Shaq Attaq IV and to act as a celebrity coach for the 2014 EBC Rucker Park All-Stars. In a wide-ranging interview, Shaq discussed his role as minority owner of the Sacramento Kings, DeMarcus Cousins, how he thinks the Knicks will do with the triangle offense and more.
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The last time Reebok Classics unveiled a Allen Iverson-inspired Question Mid it was when graffiti artist Stash offered his own take. Now the AI classic is back with the Reebok Question Mid “First Ballot” releasing in just two weeks. Read More »
/ Jul 31, 2014 / 2:00 pm
Second-round draft picks tend to carry limited value, and for good reason: the second round is, for the most part, a complete and utter crapshoot. That being said, a vast majority of second-round talent rummaging around today’s NBA was plucked late. Prime examples include Carlos Boozer and DeAndre Jordan, who were both selected with pick 35, and Chandler Parsons was taken with pick No. 38. Still, it’s pretty much unheard of for the last pick to become something in the Association, and that’s where Isaiah Thomas – the one who inked a four-year, $27 million sign-and-trade deal with Phoenix – was drafted. Read More »
/ Jul 23, 2014 / 3:30 pm
For some, the “Human Highlight Film” Dominique Wilkins exemplifies all that was great about the physical, badass aura of ‘80s and ‘90s basketball. For others, memories of his legendary dunk contest performances – most notably, taking down Michael Jordan in 1985 – can’t be beat. But beyond his ultra athleticism, he was also a gifted scorer, dedicated defender and a terrific rebounder. At the Reebok Classic Breakout roundtable on the Philadelphia University campus, Dime spoke with the Atlanta Hawks’ all-time leading scorer to go over the evolution of the game, dunk contests and why he wanted to “beat” other stars, not team up with them. Read More »
/ Jul 15, 2014 / 4:00 pm
If you’re of a certain age, Reign Man Shawn Kemp was the apogee of the high-flying dunkers of 1990s basketball — back when the annual Dunk Contest still meant something. It wasn’t just slams, though. Teamed with Gary Payton, Kemp also came close to winning it all for some fantastic Supersonics teams (RIP). At the Reebok Classic Breakout hosted at Philadelphia University this past week, Dime spoke with the former star forward about his own legacy, dunk contests, and his favorite young players today. Read More »
The Reebok Question Mid has become a large part of the myth surrounding Allen Iverson career-long partnership with Reebok. Now, Reebok Classic is combining the Question Mid silhouette with Stash the street artist for a limited number of unique Stash x Reebok Question Mid kicks. Read More »
Earlier this month, we found out Reebok Classic was dropping another beauty, but this time the Reebok Classic Blacktop “Retaliate” would combine performance technology with the street vibe they were originally known for in the early 1990s. Watch Cam’ron hit the court to try them out.
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Reebok continues to augment their classic Blacktop collection, but this time they’ve added performance quality with the Reebok Backtop “Retaliate” sneakers dropping on June 1. Reebok’s added their latest performance technology to the pumps Dee Brown made so famous back in the day. Read More »
Today, Reebok Classic gave us a look at a Cinco de Mayo-inspired colorway of The Rail sneaker, available now in limited quantities for $85. The shoe is only being released in grade school sizing and can be found now at key retailers including Finish Line, Eastbay and Reebok.com. Read More »
These Reebok Classics are a must for when the concrete glimmers with refracted heat. The return of the Reebok Classic “Blacktop” collection featuring the “Battleground” and “Boulevard” colorways returns with a limited release on May 9. They’ll be here just in time for the warm weather where you can spend all day and night on the playground court. Read More »