A Jesus piece is okay, but a Jesus Shuttlesworth piece is even better. Designed by UNDRCRWN, these limited edition beaded hand made wooden necklaces with the character Ray Allen played in Spike Lee’s “He Got Game” as the charm. Are limited to just 50 necklaces in both colors, and is only available online.
Each piece was created with laser etching and the lighter unvarnished piece can be custom dyed. On the back of the charm, it is branded with the UNDRCRWN logo and “The Brand for Champions” tagline in script. Sick!
If you’re missing a kid with the nickname Tick-Tock, Pork Chop, Sizzle or Rick Springfield. Chill out, they are in good hands. Apparently they are hanging out with Chris Bosh and his son coping gear at Kids Foot Locker, destroying the Heat training room and taping up Ray Allen like a mummy. He’ll probably have them home by supper time. Don’t fret.
To no ones surprise and to everybody’s anticipation. When Ray Allen checking into the game against his former team. He immediately headed straight for the Celtics bench to greet his ex-teammates and everyone reciprocated the gesture — except Kevin Garnet. When KG was asked about the moment, he had this to say.
“You know what man, I was just trying to stay as neutral as I could but obviously I’m an intense person. Other than it was blank, I just saw the Heat uniforms and obviously he’s on the other side and I just tried to play the game, man.”
Just one game into the season, you gotta appreciate that kinda focus to hate 29 other teams. Long live KG.
Ray Allen will take less money for a chance at another NBA championship — with the Miami Heat.
Allen told the Heat Friday that he intends to accept their contract offer which will end his his Boston run after after five seasons. Allen turned down twice the money to take his all-time best three-point shooting talents to South Beach.
Its 2:30am in London and I was just woken up with great news.Welcome to the family #20!!
— Micky Arison (@MickyArison) July 7, 2012
Miami could only offer Allen the mini mid-level, worth about $3 million a year.
Somebody get Bryce James a front office with the Miami Heat. He’ll probably work for Ice Cream, trips to Walt Disney World and tickets to see The Amazing Spider-Man.
While watching the Draft my son Bryce ask “Is Ray Allen gonna play for the Heat”. I said “I don’t know, I hope so”.
You’ve probably forgotten all about them by now. Nothing left in the tank, nothing left to prove, too slow, too injury prone, too much mileage. Hmm…
You better hope you’re right, because here they come and what some call age. They call experience, grit, toughness, leadership, moxie, savvy, passion, desire, heart and these guys are at their best when the stakes get BIG.