Alrighty Kobe and not – so Kobe fans. As promised, here are the details of Kobe’s Nike Tour fresh off my email rcvd just a few minutes ago:
“Kobe Bryant’s one-day Manila visit will kick off with a visit at Nike Park, The Fort at 2:00pm, where he will meet young ballers from select Gawad Kalinga communities. Kobe has made it a point to support deserving institutions in every tour, setting aside quality time to be with children who are interested in basketball to encourage them to keep dreaming big. Activities at the Nike Park, The Fort will be broadcasted live over W.N.I.K.E Radio on 89.9 DWTM.
The main event of the basketball superstar’s Manila visit will be a basketball camp at the ULTRA where Kobe will showcase his skills and share his basketball prowess alongside the Nike Elite Campers, a group of up-and-coming young basketball players. The camp will allow Kobe to work with his young fans to help them increase their level of play on the basketball court. The show will start at 4:00pm, gates will be open to the public at 3:00pm.”
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Why in heck am I posting a Kobe Bryant graphic way after the Finals?
Because He’s Coming Back, That’s Why.
and the news is so fresh the promoters haven’t even made a graphic or thought of a name for the tour yet. So here’s the official word:
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Talk about mad advertising production skillz, it hasn’t been a week and the Nike puppets are out with a Championship ad already. And it’s absolutely hilarious too:
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While the rest of you losers were watching on your pitiful TVs, I had the chance to ‘experience’ the NBA Finals Game 5 on an HDTV, in HD (as opposed to an HDTV but still receiving a ‘standard’ signal).
Continue reading “Orlando Loses (in HD)”
Fish’s 1st 3 pointer (or was it his 2nd? I forget.)
To me, it’s very simple. If you shoot only 22-37 FTs (59.5%), inspite of being able to shoot 76% FTs in the regular season, then you deserve to lose. Especially if a. those FTs are important down the stretch (such as Howard’s 2 of 2 misses with 11.1 seconds to go in the 4th with the score 84-87, that could’ve brought them within a point), and b. players who regularly do better, such as Hedo Turkoglu who shoots 84% FTs in the regular season, suddenly shooting only 8 of 13 (61%) today.
I mean, think about it. Everything else LA did or Orl couldn’t do could’ve been neutralized if Orl could only sink their charities.
Continue reading “The Gods of Basketball Do Not Take Kindly To Missed FTs”
I’m referring to this:
That’s Lakers Center Pao Gasol, one of the world’s best at his position in any team in any league and imho, deserving of the honor accorded those who filled that same position on the team in the past, celebrating after a perfect give and go play.
The Lakers now go on 2-0 vs. the (surprisingly) struggling Orlando Magic in this year’s Finals Series, 101-96 (OT).
Continue reading “This Is What It's All About”
Yes I know the NBA’s going on right now but this is just as important (well, at least to those who take this sort of thing seriously). Anyway, just watch.
update 20090608: didn’t realize the previous video autoplayed and there weren’t any volume or playback / pause options. Sorry bout that, just click on the link above to watch it instead. Boo 2ksports.com.
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I don’t think there’s any other way to best describe it.
Today the LA Lakers will go to their 30th NBA Finals appearance with a walk – in – the – park 119-92 win, derailing the Denver Nuggets on the road.
Continue reading “Nuggets Blew It”
By way of the amazing Basketbawful‘s eagle eyes I bring to you some bounce – it – to – your – back inbound plays, featuring the ‘this is how you do it’ version with Chris Paul and Kobe providing the aforementioned back.
Continue reading “Got Your Back”
Herewith is your guide to what your favorite NBA Stars are wearing for the All-Star Weekend.
We start out with above for who else? Kobe Bryant, with his signature Nike Zoom Kobe IV. The rather simplistic design and ordinary colors contrive to make it my personal favorite of the bunch. Call me old – school, but I like it.
Continue reading “Nike's All-Star Lineup”