Anthony Davis cashes in with his famous uni-brow once again. This time with Boost Mobile.
Kmart puts out the Protege shoe every year, but with this model they aimed to help the youth. With sales of their latest affordable shoe, proceeds will go towards funding youth athletics and known organizations like the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. They will also feature a dedicated fun raising Facebook page to raise proceeds. Roger Mason of the Hornets currently wears shoes from the Protege line. Check out the shoe in action below.
On the eve of March Madness, it’s only right that the best player in college from last year won a game at the buzzer. Check out rookie Anthony Davis ending the hopes and dreams for the Celtics with a masterful tip in the dying seconds of the game.
Anthony Davis goes up high and throws down this alley-oop with his left hand cause he’s arms are as long as a football field.
After eight long months of rehab, Eric Gordon returned to the court to score a game-high 24 points with 7 dimes to lead the Hornets to a win over the Bobcats.
“I felt pretty good, I was kind of surprised,” Gordon said. “Now I’m just going to try to get better and better from here. I wouldn’t have had a chance to help this team earlier with my knee, but I’m glad everything is working out now.”
It’s great to see EJ back.
Before Anthony Davis played his first game in the league with the upstart New Orleans Hornets. He got his wings a few days earlier at Voodoo fest 2012 as he was introduced as a member of the Red Bull team. This makes the “unibrow” the second player out of the Kentucky program to sign with the popular energy drink. Rajon Rondo was the first NBA athlete to sign an endorsement deal with Red Bull in 2009.
Ludacris cops a New Orleans Hornets jersey and some hair from an undisclosed location to bridge the gap between his eyebrows to complete his perfect Anthony Davis Halloween costume. Boom! it’s just that simple kids.
“When I see him go down like that, you always think the worst,” Hornets coach Monty Williams said. “He’s been able to come back from these kinds of injuries before. He’s walking around. He’s in the locker room. He wanted to come back into the game. … Just glad he’s OK.”
There has been no word if Rivers will be available for the Hornets first game of the season, but if he is I expect him to play with a temporary robotic ankle.