December 16, 2011 BY John Kim / 30
To go the entire month of November without NBA games was tough for a lot of NBA fans, leaving some to cope in unique ways to help numb the pain of a basketball-less month. How did Rudy Gay kill his extra off-season time? By dunking on 25-foot rims and playing around with the massive toys at Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory. But there were some serious moments, like when Rudy and FF’s Drama got together to sketch out plans to end the lockout, a meeting that almost didn’t occur because Drama woke up too late! It’s all good though, because Drama ‘laced’ up his Nike Mag 2011 and skated over to the Fantasy Factory just in time to catch Rudy Gay in the office. Did they hatch a plan that ended the lockout? Check out the video below and let us know what you think.
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DRAMA IS GAY! He was a pussy ass d#*k rider( his cousin's d&@k) and now he acts like he's the shit??? You still riding rob's d@$k drama, you aint shit dude!
LMAO at some of the comments above calling it wack for skating in Mags. It's nostalgic scene paying homage that some of you post 1990s fetuses wouldn't understand. I guess some folks have never watched the beginning of Back to the Future.
I like the fact that he was skating around in his mags. The cars were dope but I don't get what does this have to do with the NBA? You could have taken Rudy out of it and it would still be about the Mag's.
Damn that was so sick and nostalgic with the mags and skateboard... Man I wish I could go skate'n in Mags...
It's kind of lame. If you're gonna skateboard and JUST ride around then you should get a board made for riding behind cars... That board is for doing trick and shit... Skateboarding is so pointless and boring, i ride one of those long bannana shaped boards :)
OOO UR SO KOOL & INSITEFUL. too bad you didn't pick up on the fact that skitching the cars was a back to the future reference, you know.. the movie the shoes are from?