Kobe Bryant Nike Deal Ends

Kobe Bryant Nike Deal Ends

On Monday, the estate of Kobe Bryant and Nike officially parted ways. Bryant signed a five-year extension with Nike following his final NBA Basketball game in April of 2016. After passing in a helicopter crash with his daughter and their close friends and teammates just 15 months ago, it appears his estate has not re-negotiated […]

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 WNBA Jerseys Reveal: Ranking All 12 Sets

WNBA Jerseys Reveal: Ranking All 12 Sets

Babe wake up, new WNBA jerseys dropped! The day is here. Nike and the WNBA have officially revealed their 25th Anniversary collection of uniforms for all twelve teams. Each collection features three designs, all aptly named. Heroine, Explorer, Rebel. The Heroine Edition is the team’s home white. A uniform color absent in the WNBA since […]

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 New Red Sox Jersey: Boston Banana Sox?

New Red Sox Jersey: Boston Banana Sox?

The City Connect Jersey is the Most Contentious Point Since the Tea Act Nike and Major League Baseball have announced this week that they will curate a new jersey line. These jerseys are the “City Connect” series, a line to show the heart and soul of several baseball towns. In addition to Boston, Miami, both […]

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 Reebok is For Sale – What Does it Mean for the NBA?

Reebok is For Sale – What Does it Mean for the NBA?

Former NBA star Baron Davis made headlines this morning; he has partnered with Master P in talks to acquire shoe conglomerate Reebok. Adidas purchased Reebok in 2005 for $3.8 billion, and it has remained a subsidiary ever since. But, Adidas announced interest to sell the company by March 2021. There was no public asking price. […]

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 Mascot Madness: Changing the Name in Washington

Mascot Madness: Changing the Name in Washington

In 2020, we are seeing athletes, sponsors, and fans ask their teams and universities to make a real change in their image across the sports landscape. One easy, simplistic way to begin that change is through language. More specifically, the names we refer to schools, mascots, and team names as carry weight. And changing them […]

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 The WNBA is the Face of Nike’s New Line

The WNBA is the Face of Nike’s New Line

//embed.sendtonews.com/player3/embedcode.js?fk=D1en9s7r&cid=10043&offsetx=0&offsety=0&floatwidth=400&floatposition=bottom-right The collection spear, headed by @A_Phoenix_Born, was designed by a team of experts, including a recipient of W.I.N. (Women in Nike), a program that provides former WNBA players with full-time positions at Nike WHQ. Tap the link in our bio to learn more about the collection. pic.twitter.com/Q2XaJA67KF — MADE for the W (@madeforthew_) June […]

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 Sneaker Wrap Up!

Sneaker Wrap Up!

Sneaker Wrap Up Week three wasn’t as dense as my other weeks mostly, because NBA all-star weekend took over Chicago. This was its first time here since the late 80s. I filled my weekend with sneaker events and basketball events that showed the lady hoopers some love. Continue reading week 3 of Sneaker Wrap Up. […]

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 Nike w/ Kap – Good or Bad?

Nike w/ Kap – Good or Bad?

First things first, this is about Nike, not Colin. Ok? Ok, let’s do this. I wasn’t going to write an article on this topic because it’s been sliced, diced, and strewn all over the internet at this point. BUT, y’all know my two cents is free by now, so I’m gonna lay it out there. […]

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