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With Kobe Bryant becoming the fifth and fastest player in NBA history to score 30,000 points, Dime is looking at all angles of the five-time champion's career today.
The Nike Hyperdunk+ is probably the craziest shoe I've ever worn. The technology is truly mind-blowing, and while I'm not sure how quickly this sneaker tech will catch on with the general public, I'm already having a blast rocking these at the gym and testing out my athletic statistics.
At every media event, the journalist basketball game goes the same way: It's one of the highlights of the weekend, perhaps the only time everyone gets a chance to truly vent, and after spending so much time watching, talking and writing about basketball, it all comes pouring onto the court in a wave of reckless energy, frenetic excitement and predictably ugly basketball.
Last Tuesday marked day one of the Nike Olympic Innovation Summit in New York City.
Today in New York City, Nike is unveiling a ton of new summer product, much of it designed around this summer's Olympic Games.
The new Nike Zoom Hyperdunk 2011 is designed for the versatile player who can dominate on both ends of the court.
One of the many perks of playing for college basketball's best teams is also getting the freshest kicks.
Well it looks like you won't need a DeLorean to possibly get your hands on the Nike Air Mag automatic lacing system that Michael J.
If you liked the Nike Hyperize, you're going to love the Nike Air Max Hyperize.
"That is how you jump over an Aston Martin, boy.
Those rat finks @ TNT got their own version of the Hyperdunks, all the nuances down to lacing the set's colors into the shoe and features Kenny Smith, Charles Barkley, and Ernie Johnson’s faces in cartoon caricatures on the shoe’s tongue.