When you wanted the first generation iPhone, you waited in line for hours only to be told it was sold out. If you’re Shaq and you wanted the new iPhone you just called Steve Jobs and skipped the mall all together. Must be nice.
Harlem Shake fever spreads to the desert and claims the Phoenix Suns.
adidas announced seven of the most memorable NBA uniforms from the 1990s will return to the hardwood this season. Updated with adidas’ revolutionary performance technology for today’s game, these new classics will be worn during “NBA Hardwood Classics Nights” games beginning Jan. 30 and concluding March 30. Cool huh?
The seasons Penny Hardaway spent in the desert never amounted to a title, but it did eventually lead to the signing of Steve Nash and these awesome Nike Air Penny V Suns colorway kicks. Much like the career of the man himself, the Air Penny line has had a resurgence over the last few years and as a result we get these bad boys.
Michael Beasley gets another chance, in another city. After stints in Miami and Minnesota, the man nicknamed B-Easy gets a fresh start in Phoenix in hopes of silencing his doubters. Illustrated by Dustin Watson, this piece captures the promise Beasley could potentially realize in the desert.
Wearing the same puffy shirt Jerry Seinfeld and Prince wore back in the day. Shaquille O’Neal popped by the Live with Kelly and Michael show do Karaoke battle for the coveted “Golden Mic”. Even though Shaq lost the sing-off to Strahan who sang some classic Michael Jackson. You’ll be glad to know that the factory making those puffy shirts in New Jersey got a few more orders.
The Suns new hope at the point Goran Dragic opens the Diamondbacks game with the first pitch of the night. It wasn’t a strike, but that’s okay. We won’t judge.