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Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and Carmelo Anthony are traveling the Far East with the Air Jordan Flight Tour. The three NBA superstars stopped in Taiwan to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before The Brother Elephants of New Taipei City played a game.
The three NBAers didn’t embarrass themselves but both Anthony and Paul balked while Blake Griffin fired a strike.
Also, Brother Elephants is an amazing name for a baseball team.
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New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony was dressed accordingly for the summer season, as he was recently spied front row at the USA Basketball showcase. Melo was dressed casually in a stripe crew neck tee, worn with light blue $88 Bonobos chinos, and a pair of custom Knicks colored Air Jordan 5 “Melo” sneakers. Are you a fan of his look?
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