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Rasheed Wallace may not be playing in the NBA any longer, but that hasn’t stopped Nike from teaming up with Wallace to create special edition Air Force 1s in his name.The sneakers will come in either orange or blue and has a silhouette of Sheed taking one of his patented jump shots. The only thing missing are the words, “Ball Don’t Lie.”[NY Daily News]The post Nike set to release special edition Rasheed Wallace Air Force 1s appeared first on No Guts, No Glory.
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Looks like Skylar Diggins is already going to work for Nike in the lifestyle sector. The Tulsa Shock guard was in Chicago Tuesday at Nike’s Air Force 1 #WinCity event. She also dropped the visual for an ad that features her rocking a pair of Air Force 1 Downtown.
For those that are quick to credit Jay Z for his fast work, I’d say this was probably in the works before Skylar...
It seems like Jay Z might be a man of his word, and is now cashing in on his promise to get all his Roc Nation clients plastered all over Madison Avenue.
After snagging a Pepsi Deal for Robinson Cano, thacover2is reporting that Skylar Diggins is the next Roc Nation client to cash in after being named the new spokesperson for Nike Air Force 1′s.
Last night the Tulsa...
Detroit Pistons president of basketball operations Joe Dumars spoke with reporters last week. Here are excerpts.
QUESTION: You have upgraded the roster. Do you feel you have upgraded with new coach Mo Cheeks and assistant Rasheed Wallace?
ANSWER: “We think Rasheed can help. We think he did a really good job in Orlando in the summer league. We saw the kind of impact he can have...
In modern college football, six consecutive bowl-less seasons will typically get a coach fired. In the 1960s, however, patience was more in evidence inside the halls of a Division I athletic department. In the 1970 season, Air Force prospered due to the lack of a quick trigger in the athletic director’s office.
The late, great Beano Cook would have noticed -- and probably remarked on -- the deliciousness of a MacArthur returning to the Air Force Academy and not West Point. Air Force's best offensive player is not its field general, but Ty MacArthur will need to imbue this team with a sense of swagger, thereby providing more than just numerical production.
Funny Did you know the air force is short on pilots? Well, now you do.