I’m all about my Superclouds and Cloudfoam Ultra sandals. And of course, the patented Superstar sneakers. I have a variety of them but I swear I’m not a sneakerhead. I’m just saying, this is an Adidas house.
The tags pictured are from a jacket I recently purchased.
For those who need to be schooled:
Adi’s brother, Rudolf, founded Puma. And before they were fighting against each other, they were fighting amongst each other for Nazi Germany.
More if you have 20 minutes to kill:
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Was checking out high school basketball clips of the Ball Brothers (LiAngelo and LaMelo) and their school logo caught my eye. It was reminiscent to the Minnesota Timberwolves logo in the 90’s. Not just on subject matter but the color schemes are quite similar. I’m not feeling their road jerseys however; the navy-blue numbers are hard to see on evergreen! A shade on a shade… And I’m throwing shade. So it’s a shade on a shade on a shade. Bleh.
More about the Ball Brothers: They have been sweeping the nation the past couple years. Helped Chino Hills High capture the state title last year with their older brother Lonzo Ball, now a UCLA freshman guard.
Both LiAngelo and LaMelo have also committed to UCLA, but they probably won’t get another shot to play with Lonzo, who is expected to be a lottery pick in this year’s NBA Draft.
LaMelo Ball went viral this week… His halfcourt shot VS Foothill got millions of views across multiple media sources and even Stephen Curry had something to say about it…
This is bigger than you think. I’ve never seen so much hype around California high school basketball in a long time.
Their father is living the basketball dream right now. You can tell he’s been pushing them hard for a long time. An athlete himself, I’m sure he’s been waiting for this.
The San Diego Chargers are now moving back to Los Angeles! The Los Angeles Rams now have a crosstown rival. The last time The Chargers and The Rams were both stationed in LA simultaneously was in 1960! And the last time LA had 2 pro football teams was in 1994.
Other headline: Is Chargers’ new logo the product of a Dodgers-Lightning hookup?