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Lil Uzi Vert’s “Do What I Want” Stars in New Russell Westbrook Jordan Commercial

posted by Luis Hernandez October 27, 2016

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If you even remotely follow the NBA, you know the ongoing feud between Russell Westbrook & Kevin Durant since he left for Golden State. The two have been throwing shade in the past months and this new Jordan commercial adds even more fuel to the fire. Shoutout to Jordan, who used the perfect song to depict Russell’s mood now that he is the main man in OKC. This also is a great look for Lil Uzi Vert, as this commercial will get millions of views in the next few months. All in all, this is a win for both parties, who come together to make the most entertaining commercial of 2016. I promise you won’t watch this only once!

 

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Supreme X Air Jordan Collection Unveiled

posted by Oscar October 21, 2015

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Supreme have unveiled their new collaborative collection with Air Jordan. The Supreme/Air Jordan 5 collection will include a hooded varsity jacket, coaches jacket, hooded sweatshirt, sweatpants, a 6-Panel Hat, and the classic tee, all in black or white colorways.

The full line will be available online and in-store in New York, Los Angeles, and London tomorrow, Oct. 22 (available in Japan on October 23rd). Hypebeasts, do your thang.

See the full Fall 2015 collection below. Continue Reading

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Jordan Brand Introduces Dr. Drain

posted by Alex August 3, 2013

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With the revealing of Jordan Brand’s Super.FlyII, worn by Blake Griffin, comes the introduction of Darryl Drain AKA Dr. Drain. In this commercial Blake ends up picking up “Dr. Drain” and finds him to be the perfect point guard… Somehow. Peep the video above and you’ll see exactly what we mean.

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Stop the Jordan/LeBron Comparisons

posted by motorj77 August 21, 2012

Why people need to stop comparing Michael Jordan and LeBron James.

For starters, how can there be any comparisons made between a retired NBA player and a player who is barely half way through his career? Yes, you can compare stats at a specific stage in each of the player’s careers. However, most people are trying to figure out who is the real G.O.A.T.  STOP IT! Continue Reading