Don’t Come To LA
Things get heated in the City of Angels for Mike WiLL Made-It and Big Sean’s new visual. In the symbolic clip, the pair are riding through the hood before a police shooting of an innocent man gets handled. Off that Ransom 2.
Exuding lifestyle appeal and luxe qualities, the silhouette inherits a mixed material construction consisting of mesh alongside a python skin textured upper, with hairy suede utilized for its light brown Swoosh logos across the side panels.
With the defining ivory hue covering its entire profile, the model is topped off with a versatile gum rubber outsole to cap off its simplistic design.
Priced at $110, you can purchase this pair at select Nike retailers starting April 6.
LANCE STEPHENSON IS COMING HOME. . .
With less than two weeks left before the playoffs begin, the Indiana Pacers are still sitting at a .500 record – with heavy inconsistency and chemistry issues causing them to under-perform.
On paper, many of the basketball world expected Paul George to help the Pacers become the biggest threat to the Cleveland Cavaliers in May. However, roster additions and a head coaching change hasn’t done much for their efforts in the East. So much, that they’re actually looking to a past player to hopefully give them a late spark. Today, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical has reported that Indiana is looking to re-sign veteran Lance Stephenson back to the team.
If you remember in 2014, he turned down a 5-year and $44 million contract with the Pacers, where he believed his value was more at the time. Well, after bouncing around the league through multiple teams, the former high-school phenom found himself without an NBA home. Last fall, the Memphis Grizzlies declined to pick up on his 2017 option at $9 million.
Now, the 26-year old swingman has struck a three-year, $12 million deal in the reunion – with the first two years being guaranteed. Earlier today, the team waived guard Rodney Stuckey, which cleared up immediate cap-room for their last second signing.
With the core collective of Paul George, Myles Turner, Jeff Teague still carrying the bulk scoring load, this acquisition will add more depth to their team for April. It’s likely that this could’ve been a move and request by PG13 to ask for his former teammate back from Larry Bird.
Let us know in the comments below if you think Lance will add value to the Pacers.
Justin Timberlake is one of the biggest pop stars of all time, but none of it would have been possible with Pharrell and Timbaland. The Neptunes and Timbo helped create his debut Justified, while his last records FutureSex / LoveSounds and The 20/20 Experience were put together with just Timbaland.
Earlier today, all three of them took to Instagram to post photos of them sitting on a couch. Are they simply hanging out and reminiscing on old times or making music? Probably the latter. Last year, Timberlake was pictured in the studio with Pharrell and had recorded six solid tracks as of late last year.
Let the hype begin.
Just in time for the Spring season, check out this upcoming colorway of the adidas NMD R2. Rocking a clean and simple White and Core Red color scheme, the shoe is constructed out of a White Primeknit upper equipped with even more White on the Three Stripes, laces and Boost midsole. The shoe gets a nice pop with the help of the Core Red on the heel pull tab, outsole and the EVA insert on the medial side. Nothing too crazy, just a simple and clean colorway of the adidas NMD R2 ideal for the sunny weather. Want a pair? Look for these to drop on April 6th.
Remember those Air Jordan 1 Wedges in the Bred colorway we shared with you last month? Well, it looks there’s also a Royal version of the hybrid one. If Jordan wedges are your steeze, check out the Air Jordan 1 Royal Wedges you see above.
Recently shared by Jordan Brand’s Global Communications Specialist Samantha Baker, the Air Jordan 1 Royal Wedge is said to be an exclusive design that Jordan Brand has no intentions of releasing. Rocking the some color scheme as the upcoming Jordan 1 High Royals, the main difference is that the basketball silhouette is transformed into a wedge. Now you know I have to ask this question: How many of you ladies would be down to pick up a pair of the Jordan 1 Wedge if Jordan Brand ever decided to make the available?