Play basketball practically anywhere with the Swish Portable Basketball Hoop. All you need is a pole (and a way to reach it) and you’re good to go. Swish has adjustable alligator straps and a regulation size rim. It also comes with a regulation size ball and a hand pump.
(PG-13: Language) Influential DJ, streetball legend and sneaker scholar Bobbito Garcia talks about his life and legacy in his upcoming documentary. Featuring interviews with Questlove, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and so many more. Support the production on Kickstarter.
Coiski Media visited the Golden State Warriors’ basketball facility to check out some of their players’ shoes. They spoke with Director of Team Operations Eric Housen about storing thousands of shoes, transporting gear for away games, and the players’ shoe wearing habits.
Killspencer and Judson Studios created a special version of its indoor mini basketball kit. The Shattered Dreams kit has a backboard made of pre-shattered and fused transparent and opaque glass. It also has a chrome rim, a leather net and a rubber mini basketball.
Skier Candide Thovex is incredible on the powdery slopes, but in this collaboration with Audi, he shows off just how little snow matters to him, as he tears down rocky cliffs, dirt trails, over grass, rocks, lava stone, and just about any place he can point his tips downhill.
Freestyle MTB rider Matt Jones shows off some epic tricks out in the forest in Red Bull’s beautifully shot short film which uses rotoscoped multiple exposures to peer into Matt’s mind as he works out and improves each maneuver. That loop de loop was totally sick.
Paraglider Jean-Baptiste Chandelier does everything in his power to resist the universe’s desire to pull objects towards the ground and remain airborne in some truly amazing locations in Portugal, France, Brazil, and South Africa. That paraskiing looks like a blast.
While watching a ping pong match, something caught this smartphone shooter’s eye – two girls in the background playing a frenetic game, one of whom was playing with her face instead of a paddle. From what we can tell, this was actually a Japanese commercial for face cream.
Who here among us doesn’t love the amazingly athletic World Surf League pro Lakey Peterson? You will adore her even more in Aaron Lieber’s black and white clip of her destroying the waves in Central America. She makes it look so easy you know, for a girl and all.