Here we take a closer look at ENTERBAY‘s Michael Jordan figurine, recently released in conjunction withHK-Kicks.com as a part of the brand’s 10th anniversary celebration. The elite Hong Kong-based toymaker and the sneaker experts released a 1/6 scale version of Jordan.
Upon closer inspection, the figurine head bears a sharp likeness to the player himself, faithfully capturing his concentrated aura during games. The limited-edition model also includes accurate specifics such as the 1996 Finals warm-up suit, championship detailing on the iconic ’23′ jersey, and even the coveted pair of Black/Red Air Jordan XI’s Jordan wore in-game. With 30 points of articulation and no detail spared, the ENTERBAY Michael Jordan #23 Series 1 Figure was definitely worth a close inspection, viewable above.
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The athlete formerly know as Ron Artest, Metta World Peace stops by to introduce Nemo to some super duper old school music, talk about his NBA career, and his favorite Queensbridge emcees.
The NBA Finals are an important, symbolic time in American culture. The success of one team out of many, triumphing against an entire league awaiting your downfall, plays perfectly into the idea of a ‘champion.’ As the Finals draw close with the final two teams set to face each other, London-based artist Richard Swarbrick teamed up with ESPN to create an painting-style animation depicting the greatest moments in the history of the competition. Jordan’s flying windmill layup, Larry Bird victoriously leaping, LeBron cradling his first Larry O’Brien trophy – all of these moments are immortalized in a bold, flowing collage in vivid color. Prepare for tomorrow’s Game 1 matchup by taking a trip down memory lane above.
Check out Iman Shumpert’s monster slam as he flies down the lane & throws down the ferocious one-handed jam in Game 2 against the Pacers!
As Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose makes his way back from a brutal ACL tear, adidas Basketball presents the first episode of “The Return of Derrick Rose.” Entitled “Belief,” the three-minute video recaps Rose’s season-ending injury against the Philadelphia 76ers in the first game of their series in the 2012 NBA Playoffs. Spotlighting the beginning of his rehabilitation process, the point guard explains that his family, friends and hometown of Chicago are ultimately what will pull him through these tough times and serve as a catalyst for his return to greatness.
Z-Bo of the Memphis Grizzlies helps a pitbull who was trapped by donating money and his time to local animal shelters in Memphis as well as Villalobos.
Professor Carmelo Anthony gives Blake Griffin pointers on how to incorporate a step-back and pull-up jumper into his game during a USAB practice in Las Vegas.
Here are highlights from the first 2 days of the USA Basketball Scrimmages held in Las Vegas, NV. For those wondering why Kobe, LeBron, or other players are in this mix is because practices were closed to media until the last 30 minutes.
Featured in this mix are Blake Griffin, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Carmelo Anthony, Andre Iguodala, and James Harden.
Check out the Miami Heat and their fan’s as they take to the streets to celebrate their second championship in their history!
With the LA Clippers’ season in the books, SB Nation takes a moment to honor some of Blake Griffin’s top dunks this year by NBA Jammifying them.