Bronson breaks down a selection of sports references from his rap songs. Missed a couple of my favorites (i.e. “steer the whip with one arm like Jim Abbott”), but still solid!
Blue Chips 7000 is out now…
Excited to share this pair of videos I wrote and creative directed for JBL’s 2017 NBA Draft campaign, narrated by Kenny Smith and featuring #1 pick Markelle Fultz and #3 pick Jayson Tatum. I feel very fortunate to work with such a phenomenal production team, incredible basketball talent and an absolutely awesome audio brand.
Watch Markelle’s video on top, and Jayson’s video below.
Peep ya boy in this behind the scenes footage…
Here’s an oral history of the 1997 Knicks-Heat postseason brawl, courtesy of The Ringer.
This dude Russell Westbrook is truly unbelievable. Of all the stats that a player can accumulate during a basketball game, I’ve always found the triple double to be the most impressive. It shows that you’re a complete player that can do more than just score. Well last night, Westbrook broke the single season triple double record in style, recording his 42nd of the season with 50 points, 16 rebounds, 10 assists—including a game-winning three-pointer. “What a perfect ending to a historic day”—watch the highlights above.
By the way, Westbrook is averaging a triple double for the season. How ill is that?! Props to my man Duigs for predicting his impact in our Westcheddar Hoops season preview back in 2009.
“A confusing list of failures at a historically stacked position.” Read HERE.
White Plains High School alumnus Sean Kilpatrick (pictured above right with The LOX) shares his story, and it’s a good one. Read about his journey—from growing up in the Yonkers housing projects to playing for the Brooklyn Nets—HERE.