The “Endorsed By” t-shirt features a close-up graphic of Damian over a satellite view of his hometown of Oakland, California. The “Townbiz” t-shirt is also Oakland inspired, featuring the popular local mantra and a crest with a satellite view of the city and clasped hands to represent the “Fly Guyz” – Damian’s name for his close circle of friends.
adidas recently launched their cool new “Quick Ain’t Fair,” campaign and commercial for the Crazyquick basketball shoe. Narrated by rapper A$AP Rocky and featuring his song “Goldie,” the spot tells the tale of a mythical family of quicks comprised of John Wall (Washington Wizards), Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers) and Jrue Holiday (Philadelphia 76ers) that balled wearing an advanced shoe which helped them dominate their opponents.
To aid the people most affected by the tragic events that occurred during the Boston Marathon. Deval Patrick (Massachusetts Governor) and Tom Menino (Boston Mayor) formed The One Fund Boston.
As a result, when the Celtics meet up with the Knicks in New York today for Game 1. They will be wearing these adidas #BostonStandsAsOne warm-up shirts to raise awareness to the cause. 2,620 of these shirts have been printed with 100% of the proceeds being donated to the One Fund Boston.
The adidas Crazyquick Triple-Blue colorway, that Jrue Holiday rocked against the Heat a few games back. Sports a combination of three shades of blue with bold blue laces. Featuring an impact camo pattern upper, polished light blue accents and a mixture of blue/black and white highlights.
The latest adidas Crazyquick colorway, dubbed the electricity features an impact camo pattern and SPRINTFRAME polished with black and white highlights. To complete the look, black fills in the inner lining and the tongue patch.