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Nike x Foot Locker: Kevin Durant Investigates

August 23rd, 2013 by | 1 comment

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Kevin Durant needs you. Are you ready? That’s the question posed by this new Foot Locker spot, one that also features the likes of Dirk Nowitzki, Perri Shakes-Drayton, and Marco Belinelli in secret agent mode. Of course the various athletes featured are all equipped with the latest of Swoosh footwear, Durant for example (Or “Kevin” as he’s collquially known) shows up with that recent NYC 66 version of the KD 6 on feet. Stay with us to see the full video below and watch for the gear therein at your local Foot Locker location now.

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Nike Designs Air Force 1 Bespoke For Dirk Nowitzki

May 2nd, 2012 by | 26 comments

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“All dreams are crazy until they come true. Dirk did it.”

Earlier today we gave you a sneak peek at a pair of Bespokes made for Dirk Nowitzki, celebrating the realization of a dream he had fourteen years ago. Not only did he realize his own dream, he capitalized on a dream that all NBA players have – winning the Larry O’Brien and getting one of the most ornately designed Championship rings in history (having Mark Cuban as the team owner will do that). Nike Sportswear presented the Air Force 1 Bespoke, designed by Nike iD designer Israel Matteo, to Dirk in a hand-made wooden box built by actual NBA court hardwood with Nike’s special message to Dirk engraved on the outer face of the box. We’ve got more on this sick 1-of-1 made for NBA Champion Dirk Nowitzki below so take a look and let us know what you think of the design!

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke For Dirk Nowitzki

May 2nd, 2012 by | 17 comments

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Dirk Nowitzki might go down as the most underrated and overshadowed Hall-of-Famer in history. The long-haired and lanky German went to the Finals twice in the era rife with elite-level superstars like LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Kobe Bryant, and some could argue that he should’ve had not one, but two NBA titles (both against the Miami Heat). On June 12th, 2011, Dirk let the Dallas Mavericks to its first ever NBA Title, repaying owner Mark Cuban for his loyalty and giving the city of Dallas a true sports hero to idolize. With the NBA Playoffs now in full force, Nike Sportswear spotted Dirk with these sick Air Force 1 Bespokes, constructed in a faded black denim with ‘DIRK’ stitched on the heel, his jersey number of ’41′ on the tongue, and a dope silhouette logo on the heel, mimicking his trademark asymmetrical fadeaway jumper. We’ve got some image stills and a video below, so take a look and let us know if you think Dirk has what it takes to come back from down 2-0 against the Thunder and repeat as an NBA Champ!

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What Does ‘Basketball Never Stops’ Mean?

November 7th, 2011 by | 8 comments

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For most of us, basketball is just a game played with friends, when the weather permits, when a spare hour is to be spent. For others, Basketball is a way of life. For individuals like LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Amare Stoudemire, Sue Bird, Coach K., those who have made a living out of the sport, basketball is more than just a game. Nike’s recently launched Basketball Never Stops campaign was intended to send a message to the world that despite the current state of NBA negotiations, the game simply cannot be interrupted. Want to hear their personal stories and opinions? Check out the video below to hear what they have to say, and let us know what ‘Basketball Never Stops’ means to you.

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NBA Feet: 2011 Finals – Game 6 Recap

June 12th, 2011 by | 94 comments

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In 2006, the Miami Heat defeated the Dallas Mavericks in six games. In 2011, the Mavericks returned the favor by winning the final three games of the Finals and capturing the franchise’s first ever NBA Championship. Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd, Jason Terry, and the rest of the Mavericks were all smiles, while a deflated Big Three were reduced to expressions of disappointment and tears. Finals MVP Dirk Nowitzki struggled for the first half of the game, only to have his slack picked up by Jason Terry and Jose Juan Barea. Dirk eventually righted his target scope for the second half, hitting clutch buckets when they mattered the most. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, who spoke of multiple championships before the season started, entered Game 6 refreshed and ready for action. The Big Three started off strong, but in the second half, LeBron’s passivity on both ends and Wade’s recklessness made it tough for the Heat to keep up with Dallas’ high-percentage scoring. In the end, Mark Cuban and the Mavericks have plenty to celebrate, and the Heat have a long off-season to mull things over. The 2011 NBA Finals is a wrap, so check out the Game 6 recap below! via Yahoo!

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NBA Feet: 2011 Finals – Game 5 Recap

June 10th, 2011 by | 15 comments

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Seeking revenge for their 2006 loss, the Dallas Mavericks are hell-bent on winning their first ever NBA Championship. Thanks to the clutch shooting of Jason Terry and Dirk Nowitzki, the Mavericks will return to Miami up 3-2 in the NBA Finals, just one win away from glory. On the footwear side of things, the Miami Heat have been keeping us interesting with their team-oriented colorways, and for Game 5, they went with black-base colorways after going the tonal-red route in Game 4. LeBron James wore the Black/Red PE of the LeBron 8 P.S. and Dwyane Wade wore a Black/Red PE of the Jordan Fly Wade. The Mavs went with a basic White/Blue/Black theme, led by Dirk’s Nike Hyperdunk 2010 PE. It’s going to be an interesting Game 6, which goes back to Miami, so stick with Sneaker News for NBA Feet updates for the rest of the series! via Yahoo!.

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NBA Feet: 2011 Finals – Game 4 Recap

June 8th, 2011 by | 19 comments

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‘Even Stevens’ is a term commonly used in soccer, but it applies to the 2011 NBA Finals match-up between the Dallas Maverick and Miami Heat. Each team has proven that they can win on the road and lose at home, so the what remains – essentially a three-game series – will decide the first NBA Champion of the new decade, and Home Court advantage has proven to be somewhat irrelevant. It wasn’t such a hot night for superstars, but in the end, Dirk Nowitzki came through and pushed his team to victory. On the other side, Dwyane Wade had one of his best games of the 2011 Playoffs, but teammate LeBron James couldn’t follow the lead. It was another familiar collection of sneakers for Game 4; LeBron and his LeBron 8 P.S. NBA Finals PE and Wade’s Jordan Fly Wade Finals PE were some highlights, as were Mike Miller’s Zoom KD III iD and Mario Chalmers’ adidas Crazy Light. The Mavs continued to keep their sneaker game simple, with easy white-based colorways matched with Mavericks-specific colors. Check out the entire Game 4 recap after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for the remainder of the NBA Finals! via Yahoo!

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