The new Nike Kobe 10 "Blackout" is scheduled for release on February this year.
Nike will be launching its latest color option for the Nike Kobe 10 "Blackout" on Feb. 21, with a colorful backstory involving Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant's work ethic.
Initially introduced together with its "5AM Flight," followed by "All Star," this latest edition, the "Blackout," is inspired by Kobe Bryant's unstoppable determination to succeed. more >>
Manny Pacquiao has been known in the Philippines and even in the whole world as a boxing superstar and soon-to-be legend, but recently, he ventured into professional basketball in his home country. However, one man expressed he is not a fan of Pacquiao the baller in the harshest way possible.
Former Oklahoma City Thunder player Daniel Orton criticized Pacquiao after the latter played for the Kia Carnival in a PBA match on Wednesday night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
In a report by Josh Castro of Dugout Philippines, Orton, who currently plays for the Carnival's opponents Purefoods Star Hotshots, ranted that Pacquiao, the world's only eight-division world boxing champion, is not suited for professional basketball. more >>
Oklahoma Thunder's Russell Westbrook exploded during the 2015 NBA All-Star Game in Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
Just one shy away from Wilt Chamberlain's All-Star Game 42 point's record in 1962 and one higher than Michael Jordan's 1988 score of 40 points, the OKC point guard spearheaded the Western Conference 163-158 victory against the East Conference with 41 points.
"He literally soared high above other All-Stars, throwing down ridiculous dunks and nearly hitting his head on the backboard on a thunderous one-handed alley-oop finish," ESPN reported. more >>
About a year ago Darrelle Revis was looking for a job. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had cut him and he needed to find a team willing to pay him and have him in their locker room. The New England Patriots stepped up and gave him a lucrative deal that has been widely reported as a one year deal.
The Patriots added a $20 million option as a place holder possibly for salary cap concerns. They would like to keep him but $20 million is a lot of money to invest in any one player who does not play the Quarterback position.
On top of all that Revis is likely going to want to cash in. His stick is never going to be higher and this off season he has the added leverage of playing for the reigning chaps and the extra salary that would bring him as other NFL clubs look to weaken the team at the top of the NFL mountain, Pro Football Talk reported. more >>
There is only one word that can adequately describe Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel's rookie season: disastrous. What should be more concerning to the Browns brain trust is not how bad Johnny looked on the field but what the players in their locker room or saying about the player taken with the 22nd overall pick in last year's draft.
Just after the Browns decide if Manziel, who is currently in rehab, is good enough to play in the NFL, they will have to asses if he can regain the trust of his teammates. If he cannot it would be better for Cleveland to start over from scratch at this most critical of positions.
Since Cleveland returned to the NFL in 1999 they have not been able to find a true franchise QB. Worse is that NFL.com is reporting that the Browns have not had a starting QB play all 16 games since Tim Couch accomplished was in 2001. No one can count Couch's career in Cleveland as successful, but 14 years without one QB plaingy all 16 games leads to talk of a Cleveland QB curse, or maybe it just underscores the level of dysfunction within the organization. more >>
CHICAGO--With the Detroit Red Wings struggling in offense, they recalled Teemu Pulkkinen from the Grand Rapids Griffins of the AHL in time for their nationally televised derby match against the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday at the United Center.
Pulkkinen, who made a brief appearance in January, scoring a goal in a six-match span, was assigned to the Griffins and led the AHL in scoring, making 30 goals for the second straight season. He became the first player in franchise history to do such a feat.
After the recall, the Red Wings, who lost their last three games, immediately put him in practice, where he joined captain Henrik Zetterberg and forward Justin Abdelkader. more >>