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SLAM Recreates It’s Famous Rookie Cover From 1996

SLAM magazine reaches into the vault for inspiration to recreate the famous November 1996 “Ready or not..here they come!” cover featuring the original lineup, from left to right: Marcus Camby, Ray Allen, Stephon Marbury, Kobe Bryant, Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Jermaine O’Neal, Kerry Kittles, Steve Nash, John Wallace, Antoine Walker, Samaki Walker. The new cover of course features...
Via Hooped Up
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

SLAM’s November Cover Is An Homage To The Famous 1996 Rookie Class Photo

You don’t have to be an early reader of SLAM magazine to be familiar with one of its most famous covers: the 1996 NBA rookie class, considered to be one of the three best NBA drafts of all time. Nearly 20 years later, featured on the cover of SLAM‘s November 2014 issue are the rookies of the 2014 NBA Draft, which is being hyped up as the best draft since 2003 — another Top...
Via Next Impulse Sports
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Top (Not) draft day suits in NBA history

Today is the day that some young guys dreams will either be made or broken. The NBA draft is always an interesting day for many reasons. In this post, we will pay homage to some of the hideously awesome suits that some former NBA stars adorned on their special day. Because I’m feeling patriotic due to the USA’s World Cup game, let’s start with Jalen Rose’s very red pinstripe...
Via Gumbeaux Sports
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Five Worst NBA Draft Night Suits (Photos)

Ah NBA Draft night, when league commissioner David Stern introduces men tall enough to set drinks on his head to a nation of college basketball and Association fans. It’s also the night that the formal dress code gets thrown out the window. Fashion week, it is not. Get ready for more futuristic, throw backs to the past, and just plain old UGLY threads to grace the stage on Thursday...
Via The Sports Bank
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Here's a look at every lottery pick the Celtics have ever had..and it's a little depressing

The NBA draft lottery was brought into existence in 1985 with the famous "frozen envelope"/Patrick Ewing to the Knicks draft. Since then, the lottery has brought a lot of great moments to teams lucky enough to win it. David Robinson and Tim Duncan to the Spurs, Shaq to the Magic, LeBron to the Cavs, Durant to the Sonics, and just two years ago, Anthony Davis to the Pelicans.Unfortunately...
Via Celtics Life
May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Louisville Basketball: Flash Back Friday

On this Throwback Thursday, it’s only right that we look back at the history of our storied basketball program and remember the tradition that makes it so great. While you throw back a few, enjoy my awards for some of the greatest throwback moments in program history. Best Mustache, Beard or Facial Hair: Okay, yes, I cheated. So What? Butch Beard is the greatest mustache and Beard...
Via The Cardinal Connect
January 31, 2014  |  Discuss
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