Check out athletes and celebrities enjoying Forza Motorsport 5 and NFL & ESPN on Xbox One at the Xbox One event space for the 2013 ESPYs
Portraying the Miami Heat road colors, we have juts received the third Lebron XI release now in store. Following up the Parachute Gold, and Gamma Blue drops, this latest colourway features a combination of Black and Red on the upper throughout the Hyperfuse and Armorposite panels. Hits of metallic silver are seen on the logos, tongue, and the midfoot Swoosh. Additional speckles bring more pop to the hyperposite exterior.
This latest Nike LeBron X “Hazelnut” follows the highly sought after Cork and Denim QS releases Nike has put together this year. Sea Royal accents hit the leather tongue, rope laces, Dynamic Flywire, and visible full-length Zoom Air unit while leather lining and an icy outsole complete the shoes appearance.
Also known as the Lava Diamond, yet another take on the Diamonds theme as they are often brought to the surface by volcanic eruptions, this Lebron X feature’s a charcoal and black hyperfuse upper. Additional details include orange accents on the rubber outsole, visible full length Zoom Air Unit, swoosh branding and Dynamic Flywire.
With the recent release of the Miami heat colour way, the Nike LeBron X is back for another go-around with a Jade makeup, (541100-303). A bold green base is matched up a black & red speckled midsole, complimented with Zoom Max cushioning and themed lining.
THE STANDOUT PURPLE “SUMMIT LAKE HORNET’S” COLOURWAY IS THE LATEST RELEASE IN A STRING OF SELL OUT 9′S. THE PREDOMINANTLY PURPLE UPPER WITH TEAL TRIM PAYS HOMAGE TO A FORMATIVE YOUTH SQUAD FOR JAMES IN HIS EARLY MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARS. WITH A GRAPE-LIKE COLOURWAY.
THIS CHRISTMAS, BASKETBALL FANS AND SNEAKER HEADS WILL BE ENJOYING A NUMBER OF THINGS, CHRISTMAS FOR ONE, THE RETURN OF THE NBA SECONDLY, AND LAST BUT CERTAINLY NOT LEAST, THE RELEASE OF THE ANTICIPATED NIKE BASKETBALL CHRISTMAS PACK. THE SPORT RED LEBRON (469764-602), METALLIC BRONZE ZOOM KD (KEVIN DURANT) IV (473679-700), AND THE ZOOM KOBE VII SUPREME (488244-500) MAKE UP THE TRIO. THE UNIFORM METALLIC COPPER UPPER ON THE KD IS HIGHLIGHTED WITH A REMOVABLE VELCRO LACE COVER AND SUPPORTED BY AN ALL BLACK OUTSOLE WITH MATCHING SWOOSH. THE APTLY CHRISTMAS COLOURED LEBRON 9′S FEATURE A SET OF GREEN, AND TONAL RED, LACES TO GO ALONG WITH THE RED EXTERIOR OF THE SHOE. FULLY EXPOSED AIR BUBBLE SUPPORT ON THE HEEL OF THE SHOE HAS BEEN ADDED FOR EXTRA COMFORT, FINAL DETAILS INCLUDE A SPARKLING OUTSOLE AND GREEN HEEL PULL TAB. THE KOBE VII SUPREME CHEETAH’S FEATURE THE MOST EYE CATCHING COLOUR SCHEME OUT OF THE TRIFECTA, WHICH IS COMPRISED OF BRIGHT VIOLET PURPLES AND GRINCH GREEN. THE “CHEETAH” VII INCLUDED THE ANIMAL ITSELF ON THE HEEL AND THE WILD CATS PRINT IS APPLIED TO THE TOE AND BODY OF THE SHOES. THE REMOVABLE GREEN ATTACK STRONG SLEEVE INSOLES CAN BE REPLACED BY A MORE CASUAL LOW PURPLE INSOLE FOR WHEN YOU AREN’T WEARING THEM FOR SPORT.
Once again, Ed Lover attacks the shamefulness and embarrassment of pop culture with his latest episode of C’mon Son. His victims this time include media icons such as LeBron James,Kobe Bryant, Tiger Woods, and Justin Bieber, among others, as his ruthlessly hilarious criticism continues. Now 14 episodes into the hugely popular web series, Ed recently visited LA for a meetings with a variety of TV networks. Introduced with a sarcastic conversation between Ed and T.I., C’mon Son Episode 14 keeps the iconic cameos coming.
Check out Ed Lover’s latest webisode, C’mon Son Episode 14, here:
By Angellika Naomi, Photography by Craig Boyko
Before international superstardom in the NBA, LeBron James first popped on our radar as the force behind St. Vincent St. Mary’s High School basketball team in Akron, Ohio. Their story is told in the new feature-length documentary, more Than a Game.
Which parts of the movie hit home the hardest for each of you? Willie McGee: Coach making that speech before the championship game. I remember being in that locker room at times before, like the year before when we lost, and just coming in at halftime thinking we can’t let that happen again. It was just real deep.
LeBron James: The loss in our junior year state championship was the worst for the team. But it allowed me to grow as a leader, and re-dedicate myself to the game of basketball. Losing the junior year, and seeing that on film, really helped me to refocus.
Romeo Travis: Winning the national championship was pivotal for me because I got to do it with some people that I really love. You can play with anybody you don’t even know, but being around some friends and family and a guy who actually tried to groom you into a man adds to your sense of pride. It felt like a real accomplishment.
Dru Joyce III: Being able to recapture that moment, and how my dad meant so much to all of us as the coach, reminded me that we couldn’t have done those things without him.
Coach Dru: They were just playing basketball, so to have it on the big screen was just humbling. To think we were just living our lives – and now it’s something the world will see. It’s humbling to see an entire theatre respond, clapping and crying. I was seeing it through my own tears and ultimately feeling blessed to have this impact.
How important is it to you to look fresh? LeBron: I’m always fresh!
Have you liked any other sports movies? Willy: Above the Rim?
LeBron: That ain’t no sports movie – that’s like saying White Men Can’t Jump was a sports movie.
Do you guys ball in LeBron shoes in Germany? Romeo: The ones we can get sent over, yeah. Customs make it tough.
LeBron: If I try and send a box over, they send it right back to me, so they have to stock up and take it with them when they’re home.
Romeo: You have to take it out of the original packaging first.
What lessons did you learn from playing with these guys in school?
LeBron: Just commitment to the game. Same thing as when we won the gold medal – I was the one who everyone on the Redeem Team was looking to for answers. But the experiences I went through in high school taught me how to get the same winning results.
Did anybody intimidate you on the court? LeBron: No. No one. Do you see the way I play?
Romeo: You’ve seen where he’s from didn’t you? You seen them projects? If you could make it out of there you can make it out of anywhere.