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The Black Mamba’s latest signature shoes receives an appropriate make over. The Kobe 9 High Ext QS Snakeskin has a brown and yellow faux snakeskin upper. Stocks are low online, so eBay might be your best bet on snagging one.
Bryan College student Gustavo Angel Tamayo made four increasingly difficult shots within 30 seconds to win a $10,000 prize. The kicker? He’s more of a soccer player and he had a broken finger. Turn the volume down.
If you thought some of today’s sports rules were strange, get a load of these juicy tidbits, compiled by Mental Floss. And yes, we know many of these are simply sports trivia, not rules. 21-point baseball winners? Bounce catches? Seriously?
Players shoot, dunk and make gestures over Scenario. Where are Sugar K and the 2014 champs?! Aside from making Al Jefferson do an Earl Manigault impression, NBA 2K15 also adds face scanning and mentors to the career mode.
LeBron James dunks on Shabazz Napier, Shaq invents a new word to describe the sound of Kevin Durant’s three-pointer and the Red Hot Chili Peppers want you to suck their kiss in the new gameplay trailer for NBA 2K15.
Using motion tracking tech and a grid of LED screens, AKQA designed Nike’s RISE basketball court to help provide training drills for young athletes, but to also put on an amazing lightshow. The NBA needs these now.
KDP Trick Shots demonstrates a basketball shot which required not only precise aim, but the gymnastic skills to perform a backflip and a bicycle kick to score a 3-pointer. And if you thought that was impressive, watch this.
James Harden asks The Round Mound er – Sir Charles Barkley about tips on how to stay fresh each basketball season. The Hall of Famer responds with a suggestion that should horrify Rockets fans. And give His Airness a chuckle.
Artist Michael Murphy created these cool hanging pieces for the Nike Store Berlin which look like Michael Jordan when viewed head on, but disintegrate into important icons of his career when viewed from the side.
The MVP’s latest signature shoe has Flywire and a midfoot strap for support, while a Hyperposite heel and Zoom unit provide cushioning. The first five colorways will be introduced this summer, starting with the KD 7 July 4th.
20-year old Isaiah Austin was looking forward to be picked at the 2014 NBA Draft. Sadly, just a few days ago he had to withdraw because he was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome. The NBA did what it could to ease the heartbreaking blow.
Pop Chart Lab picked an all-star roster of 165 basketball jerseys from 1921 to the present for this poster. Most of them are from the NBA, with cameos from the Globetrotters and basketball movies. Death to sleeved jerseys!
Designed for late-night pickup games, this basketball has been bestowed with bright battery-powered LED illumination. For play in complete darkness, we recommend some glow-in-the-dark hoops to go with.
Developed with SportIQ, Wilson’s new sensor-enabled Smart Basketball will be able to track real-time statistics on shot distances and percentages without any hardware mounted on the court or rim. It’s all in the ball. Out late 2014.
Gainesville, Florida news channel WCJB 20 wanted to report on the Florida Gators’ win over the Dayton Flyers during NCAA March Madness, but they didn’t have the rights to on court footage. So they reenacted the highlights.
Quince Imaging and Think Media Studios turned the Cleveland Cavaliers’ court into a gigantic projection screen with this awesome pre-game introduction presentation. For once, the folks at the top got the best seat in the house.
An homage to the lead characters of three classic basketball movies: Jesus Shuttlesworth from He Got Game, Sidney Deane and Billy Hoyle from White Men Can’t Jump and Kyle Lee Watson, Shep and Birdie from Above the Rim.
En route to another hard fought victory, Chicago Bulls’ intense big man Joakim Noah wanted to cap off a play with a chest bump. Sadly rookie Tony Snell was as lively as Derrick Rose. Or Kawhi Leonard. Or Eeyore. It’s all good though.
The first episode of Grantland’s documentary series on NBA player Steve Nash. Now at the twilight of his career, the two-time MVP is beset with injuries and the realities of aging. But he’s not ready to give up just yet.
Nine-year old Jaden Newman is only in fourth grade, but she’s a member of the high school women’s basketball team. She averages 14.8 PPG and 7.5APG. Their opponent’s defense sucks, but her hot hands and handles are for real.
The Memphis Tigers’ men’s basketball team did their best Globetrotters impression during their latest game against the SE MO Redhawks. They got a steal, pulled off three different touch passes then capped it off with a dunk.
The NBA recounts its picks for the most epic dunk shots of the past year. While Kobe and LeBron are impressive, Xavier Henry’s basket at number six is a thing of beauty, and we think it should have been number one.
Nearly seven minutes of New York Knicks coach Mike Woodson being depressed. On one hand, with enough footage you could make any coach look miserable. On the other hand, all of this is from this season. Also the Knicks aremiserable.
William Byrd High School player Marvey’o Otey pulled off this incredible (or incredibly lucky) behind the back shot as he tried to keep the ball from going out of bounds. His forward momentum sent him clear out of the gym.