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Stephon Marbury Calls Out Michael Jordan Over “Kids Getting Killed for Jordans”

23 hours agoSports : Total Pro Sports

Stephon Marbury calls out Michael Jordan in a string of tweets posted Friday, accusing Jordan of “robbing the hood” and not caring about “kids getting killed for Jordans.” Marbury has been voicing his outrage against absurdly priced sneakers for years. In 2006 he launched his own line of Starbury sneakers that cost just $15 a […]

Kobe Bryant: ‘My 37 Isn’t Michael Jordan’s 37’

Entering his 20th NBA season, Kobe Bryant is stepping into what he considers “uncharted territory” as a 37-year-old first option shooting guard for a rebuilding Los Angeles Lakers squad. Kobe The post Kobe Bryant: ‘My 37 Isn’t Michael Jordan’s 37’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Stephon Marbury Accuses Michael Jordan of ‘Robbing the Hood’

Former NBA All-Star and affordable sneaker evangelist Stephon Marbury is bringing back his line of cheap kicks, and calling out Michael Jordan on social media for selling shoes at much The post Stephon Marbury Accuses Michael Jordan of ‘Robbing the Hood’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Put On Blast: Stephon Marbury Blasts Michael Jordan For “Kids Getting Killed” Over Sneakers

Stephon Marbury Slams Michael Jordan Over The Price Of His Coveted Air Jordan Sneakers In 2006, Stephon Marbury took a stand against a disturbing trend that was starting to cost black youth their lives. The price of Jordan basketbal...

Stephon Marbury Calls Out Michael Jordan over 'Kids Getting Killed for Jordans'

Stephon Marbury is known for a few things, the foremost among them being his line of affordable Starbury brand basketball shoes. This isn't to gloss over the Vaseline snacks ?(warning: video contains profanity) or weeping. Those are very on-brand, Marbury-ish things. Show More Summary

Stephon Marbury rips Michael Jordan because ‘kids are getting killed’ for his shoes

Stephon Marbury, promoting the attempted renewal of his Starbury shoe line, ripped Michael Jordan, Nike’s sneaker king, over violence that has erupted over the release of his expensive, exclusive shoes over the years. Marbury, who now plays in China, was touting his shoes as a bargain on social media when a reader noted that he chose Starburys when […]

Stephon Marbury's sneakers are back, and so is his relentless Michael Jordan trash talk

Stephon Marbury has announced that he'll be making another go-around with his Starbury shoes. In 2006 he sold them at an intentionally low price of $15 per pair, but his company fizzled out in 2009. In the process of his hopeful comeback,...Show More Summary

What Could Michael Jordan Have Earned in Today's NBA?

On Oct. 6, 1993, Michael Jordan sent shockwaves through the sports world by announcing his retirement from the Chicago Bulls and the NBA. After pulling off the league's first three-peat since the 1960s, and stricken by grief in the wake...Show More Summary

Stephon Marbury calls out Michael Jordan for kids getting killed over his shoes

Stephon Marbury continued to plug what he promises will be a comeback of his Starbury shoe line by slamming Michael Jordan for the violence (...)

Why people are calling this 19-year-old gamer the 'Michael Jordan' of eSports

  In our "League of Millions" documentary series, we showed you just how big of a phenomenon the "League of Legends" game has become. Ahead of the 2015 League of Legends World Championships, we talked to Faker about his daily grind and what makes him the "Michael Jordan" of eSports. Show More Summary

7 Habits of Top Performers and World-Class Learners

What is it that makes icons like Michael Jordan or Tony Robbins stand out from the world? What is the... The post 7 Habits of Top Performers and World-Class Learners appeared first on Lifehack.

Now you can see Michael Jordan's stats going back to when he was 15

He dropped 45 points in his second JV game as a 15-year-old. Todd Spehr at Basketball Reference unearthed logs from some of Michael Jordan's earliest games, so we can now say with certainty: yes, Jordan was a monster in JV. As a 15-year-old. Show More Summary

Who Is The Michael Jordan Of Football And Other Pastimes

6 days agoHumor : Funny or Die

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Meet the Michael Jordan of cannonballs

You might know Trey Kerby from the internet. Now meet him as a performing artist. Kerby deconstructs the cannonball like Jackson (...)

Michael Jordan: Air Jordans are ‘Much Bigger Than Michael Jordan

For younger sneakerheads, Michael Jordan is mostly known as the logo on their crispy kicks and that guy flying around in grainy YouTube footage. MJ can’t figure out what’s behind The post Michael Jordan: Air Jordans are ‘Much Bigger Than Michael Jordan’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Nike's founder reveals the best decision he ever made

Nike founder, Phil Knight made the best deal in sports marketing history by signing Michael Jordan in 1984. Jordan had just finished school at UNC Chapel Hill and was in the midst of being wooed by athletic apparel companies. After hearing Nike's proposal, he signed for $250,000. Show More Summary

Is Aaron Rodgers really the Michael Jordan of the NFL? [Poll]

Michael Jordan was a once-in-a-lifetime athlete. There were many other star basketball players during his era, but he was the one to watch above all others because you never knew what he was going to achieve next on the basketball court. Can the same be said about Green Bay quarterback and reigning...

Aaron Rodgers: I’m not worthy of comparison to Michael Jordan

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers turned in another sterling performance against the Chiefs on Monday night by throwing for five touchdowns in a 38-28 win that led the NFL to name him as the NFC’s top offensive performer of the week. That’s a nice compliment, but backup quarterback Scott Tolzien’s might have been even nicer. Tolzien…

Aaron Rodgers says he's 'not worthy' of being seen as NFL's Michael Jordan

Don't tell Aaron Rodgers he's the Michael Jordan of the NFL. GREEN BAY, WI - SEPTEMBER 28: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers warms up prior to the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Lambeau Field on September 28, 2015 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Jonathan [...]

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