A classic looking portrait of Knicks superfan and Madison Square Garden permanent fixture Spike Lee by Melvin Rodas.
Around the same time the Air Jordan XX8 was unveil. The Lakers where in New York to play the Knicks and sitting courtside (as per usual) was Spike Lee sporting a pair of kicks you’ll probably never get your hands on. Combining two of his loves, the Air Jordan XX8 ‘NY Knicks’ Edition he was wearing had Knickerbocker blue accents on one foot and orange accents on the other. And the rich get richer.
Lifetime Knicks fan Spike Lee stars and directs in his personal recount of the time Bernard King scored 60 points on Christmas Day against the visiting New Jersey Nets in 1984. While “Get Up Stand Up” by Public Enemy from their “Most of My Heroes STILL Don’t Appear on NO Stamp” album plays in the background. Titled “The King of New York“, see why Carmelo Anthony draws comparisons to the great Bernard King decades later.
It’s the first time since 1951 that a profession team in Brooklyn existed to play another team from one of the five boroughs. So TNT brought out the big guns and had world famous Brooklynite Spike Lee do the intro to the first ever Knicks vs Nets game at the Barclay’s Center. Wherever you are from, you’ll love it!
Spike Lee’s essay on the city of New York along with the Knicks overcoming the challenges of Hurricane Sandy. Beautiful.
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The hybrid Air Jordan shoes that people actually want was released this weekend. Labelled the Son of Mars “Pop Art” edition. These kicks pull inspiration from the 1950′s with multiple layers of details obvious to the hardcore Air Jordan collector too. It’s run you around, $160 USD if you can find a pair, but Spike Lee will get his pair free. Get over it.