Wednesday's P.M. Hot Clicks: Amber Stevens; Celebrating Sneaker History
Celebrating Sneaker History
It seems like there's never been a better time to be a sneakerhead. Jordan Brand released images of its Spring 2016 Legacy Collections on Wednesday, which honors some of Michael Jordan's greatest moments in some of Jordan Brand's most iconic silhouettes. Nike also announced that it will auction off 11 incredibly awesome pairs of "What The Doernbecher" Nike Dunks on eBay starting on June 11. Like the rest of the Doernbecher line, all proceeds from the sales of the extremely limited sneakers will go to the Doernbecher Children's Hospital. And if you're really into sneaker history, the folks at Nice Kicks recently put together a ridiculously comprehensive 11-chapter oral history of the collective rise of Allen Iverson and Reebok Basketball, detailing the two decade-long partnership and ride. A must read for hoops fans and sneaker historians alike.
Game of Zones
Bleacher Report has released its 4th episode of "Game of Zones" and it doesn't disappoint. In this edition, an often-injured star receives life-changing advice, a father and son share a special moment and an overlooked star gets real.
Tony Gonzalez Documentary Is Coming
Although it premiered a few months back at the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival, Play It Forward, a documentary that explores the relationship between all-time great tight end Tony Gonazlez and his older brother, Chris, will air on Showtime starting in the fall.
P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
Mike from Kyle, Texas, wrote in asking that we consider Amber Stevens of 22 Jump Street fame for lovely lady of the day at some point. Consider it done, Mike. (Click here for full-size gallery)
How the Cavs Beat The Knicks To Delly
Matthew Dellavedova may seem like an overnight sensation but several teams were interested in his services back when he was undrafted, including the New York Knicks. It cost the Cavs $100,000 to secure Dellavedova's services, which looks like a steal in hindsight.
Lie Witness News—Golden State Warriors Edition
Jimmy Kimmel and crew went to Oakland and asked people who claimed to be Warriors fans about a bunch of fake players, fake strategies, and fake other stuff.
Subtle Shot Fired
A Lightning Baby
Another Free Meal
Vince Vaughn picks up check for Tampa Bay Lightning coach, who apparently never has to pay for dinner http://t.co/9JqnoSBm67— For The Win (@ForTheWin) June 10, 2015
We Love To See This
Happy Birthday, Kate Upton
Kate Upton's man wishes her a Happy Birthday, as do we.
A photo posted by Justin Verlander (@justinverlander) on
Odds and Ends
Why Tiger Woods' consecutive rounds streak might be better than Joe DiMaggio's hitting streak... Enjoy these 100 pictures of Kate Upton to celebrate her birthday... Twitter reacted unfavorably to Kevin Durant being in a Sonic commercial... Brady Hoke's Ann Arbor home is up for sale... Dwyane Wade interviewed LeBron James after Cleveland's Game 3 Finals win... It takes Bryce Harper 30 minutes to get himself “hair-flip” ready... Through three games, the NBA Finals is the highest-rated ever on ABC... Pizza Hut is trying to destroy us with this hot dog crust pizza invention... The bidding process for the 2026 World Cup is on hold... Nickelodeon is partnering with Carmelo Anthony on a line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles inspired consumer products. Jets' Antonio Cromartie went in on Kellen Winslow on Twitter.
French Open Grunts
Jimmy celebrates the French Open by setting the best tennis grunts from this year's tournament to music.
Rabbit vs. Avalanche
This seems scary.
Fresh Prince, Blues Style
All kinds of awesome.
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