Yassir and Isaiah are joined by Steve Berra to discuss his influential brand The Berrics and the evolution of skate culture. Later, they chat with pro skaters Briana King and Robert Neal about skateboarding's impact on everything from sneakers to gaming. Like the show? Rate History of Heat 5 Stars on Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Yassir and Isaiah. History of Heat is a Headgum podcast presented by StockX. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The Dudes break down all the wild week 9 upsets. Recap Trent and Jordans starts, sits, and Jordan recaps his bets. Phill gives his "thanks but no thanks, players you wish you would have started but probably didn't. Then they finish up the show with their favorite week 10 streamers and waiver adds. For more information visit us athttps://www.thefantasyfootballdudes.com/Watch the Dudes on Youtube athttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2JAx3YD3P-OJRiaqA7wSQwQuestions for the show email@example.com Follow us on socials athttps://twitter.com/TFFDudeshttps://www.facebook.com/TheFantasyFootballDudeshttps://www.instagram.com/tffdudes/
In this episode, Boonie is joined by Tashia B. -- creator of The Sneaker Exhibit. We have a conversation about her love of sneakers and fashion and how she gets the hottest shoes for her collection. She even gets a bit spicy to as we turn from big shoes to big good meat! Follow Tashia here: Instagram: @_TashiaB & @thesneakerexhibit Website: www.thesneakerexhibit.com Support for today's episode comes from Dame Products - a brand is that its mission was to help close the pleasure gap for people with vulvas. Receive 10% off your purchase by using the code BOONIE10, shop here: https://bit.ly/DAMEBoonie The hashtag for the podcast #TheBoonieBreakdown. Share with others using the hashtag #PodIn. Join Boonie over on Patreon for exclusive content and events here: Patreon.com/TheBoonieBreakdown Have something to say? You can ask your questions, send comments via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit here: www.thebooniebreakdown.com/contact/. Follow The Boonie Breakdown on Social Media: IG: @TheBoonieBreakdown Twitter: @BoonieBreakdown Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheBoonieBreakdown
Washington's defensive back Ben St-Juste joined, "The Player's Club" where he shared how he developed his love for football, giving Jordan's to the Pope and how he graduated from The University of Michigan with a degree in sports management in just two years!
Dr. Jordan Jiunta and Dr. Jordan Shallow are back this week for a conversation on their sleep “intimates.” The Jordans walk us through their personal top 5 habits to promote restful sleep and share stories around crazy subconscious dreams and night terrors. They discuss the stages of sleep, awkward sleep stories with spouses, and celebrate FINALLY killing the Pre-Script™ office fly. Tune in! For other strength training, health, and injury prevention resources, check out our website, YouTube channel, and Instagram. For more episodes, subscribe and tune in to our podcast. Also, make sure to sign up to our mailing list at www.pre-script.com to get the first updates on new programming releases. You can also follow Dr. Jordan Shallow and Dr. Jordan Jiunta on Instagram!
For this week's ep of my podcast Apt. 5B I'm chopping it up with Porsha, Eddie, Rell and Neltron saluting the city of Chicago with our tour guide Gawd! We're looking at when we first heard hip hop outta the Chi, our top 3 albums outta Chicago, the dopest MC & our favorite MC out the Chi and the dopest producer as well as Gawd "showing us around" on where you can get a cut in the Chi, cop some Jordans and where you gotta bust a grub at! Just ANOTHER dope ep ya'll and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and you can also check us out wherever you listen to your fave podcasts at!@Kil889www.willmakebeatsforfood.com
by Scotty Reid The research company Statista reported recently that the 2020 revenue for the global athletic shoe market or sneaker market was valued at around 70 billion U.S. dollars annually, and it reports that the market is forecast to reach a value of 102 billion U.S. dollars in four years. Sneakers as they're popularly known in the United States became a fashion staple in the Black community around the late 1970s and 1980s owing to their growing popularity in part to the early interactions of hip-hop culture. Not only did break dancers, an athletic form of dancing that included elements of gymnastics, need comfortable shoes to perform but matching the shoes to an outfit, a fashion statement was just as important to the performers. Then in the mid-80s came along one Michael Jeffrey Jordan, who had one of the best NBA careers of his era, and became arguably the first global influencer long before the age of social media. Nike's media campaigns really leaned into a proud Black Identity without overtly showing their hand, by telling everyone to Just Be Like Mike, a Black man in a white-dominated society! It helped that Jordan the man was not one to wade into the social-political sphere once quipping that “republicans buy shoes too” when asked to endorse the Black Democrat Harvey Gannt, the former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, who hope to defeat the lifelong white supremacist, Senator Jesse Helms. Another bonus for Nike was that Jordan the man would likely not be raising any issues with Nike's labor practices let alone concern himself about where the Jordans sneakers were manufactured. Nike's iconic commercials, one starring, directed, and produced by famed Black film director Spike Lee at the peak of his popularity, somewhat of a Black cultural icon and a basketball fan in his own right, the media campaigns made Nike's Jordans brand its signature shoe driving the majority of its sales and thus profits. Sneakers are still a foundation of Black fashion t
by Scotty Reid The research company Statista reported recently that the 2020 revenue for the global athletic shoe market or sneaker market was valued at around 70 billion U.S. dollars annually, and it reports that the market is forecast to reach a value of 102 billion U.S. dollars in four years. Sneakers as they're popularly known in the United States became a fashion staple in the Black community around the late 1970s and 1980s owing to their growing popularity in part to the early interactions of hip-hop culture. Not only did break dancers, an athletic form of dancing that included elements of gymnastics, need comfortable shoes to perform but matching the shoes to an outfit, a fashion statement was just as important to the performers. Then in the mid-80s came along one Michael Jeffrey Jordan, who had one of the best NBA careers of his era, and became arguably the first global influencer long before the age of social media. Nike's media campaigns really leaned into a proud Black Identity without overtly showing their hand, by telling everyone to Just Be Like Mike, a Black man in a white-dominated society! It helped that Jordan the man was not one to wade into the social-political sphere once quipping that “republicans buy shoes too” when asked to endorse the Black Democrat Harvey Gannt, the former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, who hope to defeat the lifelong white supremacist, Senator Jesse Helms. Another bonus for Nike was that Jordan the man would likely not be raising any issues with Nike's labor practices let alone concern himself about where the Jordans sneakers were manufactured. Nike's iconic commercials, one starring, directed, and produced by famed Black film director Spike Lee at the peak of his popularity, somewhat of a Black cultural icon and a basketball fan in his own right, the media campaigns made Nike's Jordans brand its signature shoe driving the majority of its sales and thus profits. Sneakers are still a foundation of Black fashion trends, so it's logical that Black consumers are still the foundation of sneaker purchases thus driving the profits for the top global corporate brands like Adidas, Converse, Nike, and Rebook. However, most if not all manufacturing is done in countries like Indonesia, Vietnam, and China. The dollars the Black consumer market spends on these products often do not turn into employment opportunities for the communities where these Black consumers are geographically located. Corporations have long since outsourced manufacturing jobs where the corporations contract with factories in foreign countries where employers pay workers what would be considered slave wages in the US, wages well below the ridiculously low US Federal minimum wage. Enter the Covid 19 Pandemic! The coronavirus pandemic is having an impact despite the 2020 sales, COVID 19 did not arrive in the United States until the last two months of the calendar year. CNBC reports the sneaker giant Nike, the main supplier to Dick's Sporting Goods, a national retailer, is having supply chain issues. The same issues are also affecting other industries that rely on outsourced manufacturing. Despite the upward global trend in the demand for sneakers, with projected sales crossing the 100 Billion per year mark, Nike lowered its internal fiscal 2022 outlook due to the disruption in the global supply chain. Longer transit times, labor shortages abroad with prolonged production shutdowns in Vietnam, a major player in the manufacturing of Nike brand shoes. CNBC also reported that “In a recent conference call, Nike chief financial officer Matt Friend said the company anticipates its entire business will see short-term inventory shortages over the next few quarters.” It stands to reason that if the majority of the sneakers were manufactured in the United States, it stands likely that it would alleviate the pressure on the not being able to meet demand because of a disrupted global supply chain....
These kids finally got shoe money! Jerrell and Richard got their Air Jordan 6… *Dr. Evil Voice* Bordeaux. This episode is a deep dive into how Sneakers has turned into a lifestyle, their top 5 Jordans on on their wanted list, and how being Eastbay magazines and being told no has turned into endless scrolling on the Nike app. Shoutouts: Luxury Strikes Bowling - http://luxurystrikebowling.com/ Intro Music x @hysteric
Bobby Wagner (@bwags) is back for another episode as we continue our quest through Percy Jackson and The Lightning Thief! Topics include: Latvia, NYC MTA, Girl Scout Cookies, Yankees vs Mets, Jay Z vs. Babe Ruth, Papa Roach, Jordans, Ted Lasso, healthy male friendships, Oprah, pen preferences, fencing, pet names, server pen struggles, WFAN, cosmic intrigue, olives on pizza, Premier League, Men in Black, and more!Thanks to our sponsor, Betterhelp. Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/tno— Find The Newest Olympian Online — • Website: https://thenewestolympian.com• Patreon: https://thenewestolympian.com/patreon• Twitter: https://twitter.com/newestolympian• Instagram: https://instagram.com/newestolympian• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newestolympian— Production — • Creator, Host, Producer, Social Media, Web Design: Mike Schubert (https://schub.es)• Editor: Sherry Guo• Music: Bettina Campomanes and Brandon Grugle• Art: Jessica E. Boyd— About The Show — Is Percy Jackson the YA series we should've been reading all along? Join Mike Schubert as he reads through the books for the first time with the help of longtime PJO fans. Whether you're looking for an excuse to finally read these books, or want to re-read an old favorite with a digital book club, grab your blue chocolate chip cookies and listen along. New episodes of The Newest Olympian every Monday!
On today's podcast, Marco and DP are joined by Tye Engmann a.k.a. CuratedVan to talk all things vintage Air Jordan 1. Find out about the details that make some '85 AJ1s better than the rest, what's next up on the vintage craze, how to get into collecting old retros and so much more!0:40 Share with us more about Curated Van7:18 What do you think that created the vintage AJ1 wave we've seen recently?11:51 How do the different factories impact the vintage AJ1 design?16:40 How did it feel like when you had someone famous ask you to find them sneakers?18:24 Where is the most surprising place that you have found sneakers?20:20 Has it gotten harder to source product now?21:50 Are there any shoes that you haven't been able to get your hands on?26:09 Do a majority of your clients sole swap vintage Jordan 3 and 4s?31:50 What is sizing like for vintage AJ1?34:23 If you don't want to invest in ‘85s, what other years would you recommend looking into?37:57 What are some of the other shoes that you are getting requests for? 45:20 What was up with the shadow with the red outsole?
This is a snippet from Breaking Walls Episode 120: Radio and The Harvest (1936 - 1954) ____________________ Jim Jordan was born on a farm near Peoria, Illinois on November 16th, 1896. He met Marian Driscoll, a coal miner's daughter, at choir practice. She was born on April 15th, 1898. Both wanted a life in the theater. He studied voice and she played the piano. They were married on August 31st, 1918. By the 1920s Jim and Marion were performing together on stage, playing in small-town movie houses and lodge halls throughout the midwest. Their two children, Kathryn, and Jim Jr. were born at the end of Vaudeville tours. Vaudeville wasn't paying off. They went broke in 1923 and Jim went to work in a department store, but the Jordans couldn't stay away from the stage. Jim soon went to Chicago for a traveling musical show. In 1924 the couple debuted on the radio. Under that first contract, they were heard on WIBO as The O'Henry Twins for twenty-six weeks. From 1925 until 1927, they played over Chicago's WENR, gradually making the transition to comedy. They were heard in a children's show, The Air Scouts until December 31st, 1929 and both Jim's Grab Bag and Luke and Mirandy until 1931. Over this early period they developed dozens of on-air voices. In 1929 the Jordans met Don Quinn on The Farmer Rusk Hour. They became friends, with Quinn penning occasional gags for the couple. Their loose partnership led to success. On Luke and Mirandy, Jordan played a character named Uncle Luke, a fibber of sorts, and Marian was Aunt Mirandy, his wife. They starred in skits on The National Farm and Home Hour over NBC's WMAQ. This would last until 1935. They simultaneously were featured players in a soap opera, The Smith Family. It was this partnership that eventually led to Smackout.
Familiaaaa, Hora Viernes, como no hubo Produptor, rompimos todas las reglas de la radio!!! Cantamos sobre las canciones, comimos en cabina y platicamos sobre la guerguenza por casi la mitad del pograma. Asi de guenos tuvieron sus anecdotas de "tragame tierra". Piquele play escuche unos ejemplos y luego mandeme el suyo por Insta a @DonChetoalAire. Taen hubo Viernes Peliculero y descubra quien emposo una caminata de 150 millas......iran aguantar los Jordans?!?!?! ajaja Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Hello Less Than Zero Family ! Welcome to Episode 59 Make sure and peep our YouTube link below as the video portion of the show drops a few days after this audio. Hit that subscribe button and like the video. We appreciate you ! In this Episode, Julian shared his Boston Market saga. It continues. Make sure and check out the last podcast to hear how it all started. We also covered the latest date or "hangout," The Weeknd & Angelina Jolie were seen on. Can attractive people truly just be friends ? A new study also states that older women are dating younger men these days. We segued into the chat about where we think Brian Laundrie is. It's insane it's been over 2 weeks now and he still hasn't been found. Lastly, we covered the Billie Eilish Jordans that dropped + Vicky finally finished Clickbait on Netflix and had some things to say about it. To get or share the audio podcast. Just search "Less Than Zero or Less Than Zero Podcast" on Apple, Spotify, Amazon, Pandora, iHeart, etc. The show is also on YouTube. The links below. As always drop us a line and comment on our podcasts ! For media and general inquiries contact us at email@example.com Follow Less Than Zero : Instagram - lessthanzeropod Twitter - lessthanzeropc Facebook - lessthanzeropod Youtube - https://bit.ly/LT0Channel
When Vashtie Kola became the first woman to design a Jordan sneaker in 2010 -- 25 years after the dawn of the shoe's revolutionary debut -- it was a feat for a woman to break into the boys club that is streetwear. Fortunately, Aleali May, a style consultant, designer and model, continued to break down the gendered walls of the sneaker industry in 2017. But for May, because "it's taken this long" to bring another female voice into the forefront of the design process, pledging to "get this whole women's market rolling," has been crucial in her journey with the Jordan brand, she said on this week's Glossy Podcast. After working at RSVP Gallery, an upscale and streetwear retailer in Chicago owned by Virgil Abloh and Don C, May was offered the opportunity to make her own mark in Jordan history. And with that opportunity came the guiding question of storytelling. With Air Jordan, “Every silhouette has its own story,” said May. As a force integral to both the ins and outs of the fashion industry, May's unique perspective on the industry has continued to evolve, specifically concerning the peaks and troughs of the pandemic and its impact on inclusivity within the industry as a whole. In terms of design, May continues to make her mark in the traditionally male-dominated sneaker industry. “The more seasoned I get in this, the more willing I am to try out new silhouettes,” she said. And looking towards the future of streetwear and the fashion industry, “My whole focus is [to try] to include more women's brands, more women's ideas, more women's products, and, of course, unisex as well,” said May. This week, on October 6-7, she's co-hosting Transfer, a two-day virtual festival on the livestream shopping platform NTWRK. It will feature exclusive drops from brands including Nike and Hood by Air, as well as experiential creator content, among other components.
Alex Wong is a writer from Toronto, his new book about basketball stories Cover Story is out soon. We chat about food poisoning, Billy Eilish's new Jordans, The Fugees reunion tour, why Alex loves our podcast, Honda Civics, squirting hand sanitizer on his popcorn, NHL '94 on Sega Genesis, hockey bullies, NBA fashion, Alex's dad talking shit at restaurants, athletes talking to the media, eating gross foods, and Alex's book. twitter.com/steven_lebron twitter.com/donetodeath twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support
This week we talk about Jordans new job as Horse Doctor, chat about photography and travel, and finish by talking about how trash Boruto is. Contact Us: Listener voice questions: https://anchor.fm/tokyofresh/message Twitter: @tokyofreshpod Instagram: @tokyofreshpodcast @afroinjapan @zyrell --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tokyofresh/message
This week we have the great Rob Haze joining us on the pod. Rob talks about growing up in Atlanta and copping kicks at a young age. He also tells what his high school was like, and he breaks down what Jordans meant to him. Also Ify tells us what he likes about the latest collabs that have been releasing. Also Hass speaks on why Jordans continuing to release shoes is good for sneakers.. So check it out and leave a review and hit that subscribe button! Find Rob: All socials: @RobHaze Sneak This Episode 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AF8OXkHG00 Follow the pod: Got a my kicks story? email us at firstname.lastname@example.org our IG is @myfirstkickspod Linktree: https://linktr.ee/myfirstkicks Ify's Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ifynwadiwe Music by Gordon Bombay: https://thegordonbombay.bandcamp.com/ (Cop something and tell him we sent ya!)
JORDAN 2021 HOLIDAY, TRAVIS SCOTT AIR MAX 1, TOP 5 JORDANS WE WANT TO RETRO, NFL WEEK 2, PICKUPS AND RELEASES. Andy GreenIG:@mrgreenfindzthingzTwitter:@mr_justwin Ricco MachadoIG:@Riccomachadotorres Intro Beat: Radio City Ruuben HardwickEmail: email@example.comIG:@Imno.pd Thesneakdiss.comIG:@thesneakdissTwitter:@the_sneakdiss All pics are from GOAT, Stadium Goods, NBA Store, Undefeated, Bleacherreport, sports grid, sports logos and sports Audio Player
On today's show, recorded in our mobile podcast studio storytella, I sit down with Aleali May, model, stylist, and fashion designer, who has worked with some of the cornerstones of streetwear and has been called the Queen of Sneakers by ESPN magazine, She's put her spin on some of the most iconic Jordan silhouettes and has always dressed for her younger self. Born and raised in South Central LA, she loved taking on a challenge and facing it head on, whether it was riding bikes with the boys in her neighborhood or learning a dance routine with the girls, she never backed down from a challenge. Aleali's style and perspective is a giant mixing bowl of her upbringing. The LA influence from the Slauson Super Mall, her dad's interest in Bike club culture, her uncle starting her love of Jordan's, her granny's flair for glamour and her mother's Sade inspired fashion and the timelessness of the early aughts is all in the fabric of how Aleali presents herself to the world.About Claima Stories with Bimma:Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging BIPOC creatives about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, and James Whitner. Listen and Subscribe now.Subscribe: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claimastories/Twitter: https://twitter.com/claimastories
On this episode of Dirty Water(Lex, Dave and Moses), the guys are joined by their cousin Jizzle to give their thoughts about a few topics. They start off the episode about the price of wings and which you prefer between flats and drums, they speak about Westside Gunn's latest project(HWH8), Lex tries to give his best opinion about the DONDA album from Kanye off of the first listen, they then give their thoughts about the T-Mobile hack, the supply and demand on trying to get a pair of Jordans more thoughts about the getting the vaccine and many more!!! NEW VOICES OF THE CAROLINAS!!!!! Follow us: twitter.com/dirty_water_NC facebook.com/dirtywaterpodcast instagram.com/dirtywater_podcast DAVE-->instagram.com/dirtywater_daveb LEX--->instagram.com/dirtywater_lex Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode, some details about why I don't buy or wear as much Supreme or Bape these days. There's a few reasons and I don't think I'm being controversial here but I guess you can be the judge of that! Then of course we'll go over what pickups I have coming in, what shoes I'm thinking of getting and wrap it up with some news on new releases including some dunks, Yeezys, New Balance, Jordans and even Sauconys!
In this episode of TSB, Caesar, Guru, Geeno, and Dunks are in-studio at the Woodward Sports Network. We begin the show reminiscing about our trip to Sneaker Con New York in 2016. We want I both shout out and apologize to The Sneaker Girl. We knock out our Fab 5 Sneakers of the Week, plus […]
The World Famous Insurance Dudes Dudes chat over Coffee!Oh man, this week was CRAZY! But you know what we grew, we hustled and we coached. We talk about the secrets to success through giving and receiving help!For All Things Related To Being An Insurance Dude or Dudette, Incredible Tips, Amazing Tools, and Valuable Resources, Check Out The Insurance Dudes Hub! https://www.theidudes.com/Are you interested in learning “How To Predictably Sell 6-Figures A Month From Insurance Internet Leads While Saving You Time And Money!?"Head over to our free masterclass today! Click Herehttps://www.theidudes.com/masterclass-registration1619461457775
"Now hear this. Now hear this. On this week's episode of Kirking Off a Cardassian boy being raised by Bajorans is being taught by his adoptive parents to hate his own kind. The plot thickens when the boy's biological father shows up to lay claim on him. Gul Dukat's humanitarian front is slowly stripped away by the relentless information gathering of Garak and Bashir, and the entire conflict boils down to a political rivalry that reaches back at least 8 years. Will Keiko O'Brien get her dinner guest the Jordans she thinks he should have? Will the boy come home to his Cardassian father with that Ivy league arrogance to tell him what a bad person he is? And will Gul Gukat get out-foxed by Garak? I present to you Cardassians from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." Season 2 - Episode 5 LINKS https://kirkingoff.captivate.fm/listen (Podcast Subscription Link) - https://www.libertystreetgeek.net/kopod https://www.facebook.com/groups/kirkingoff (Kirking Off Facebook) - https://www.facebook.com/groups/kirkingoff https://www.libertystreetgeek.net/ (LSG Media Website) - https://www.libertystreetgeek.net Support this podcast
Michael Airhart began his life's work as an eight-year-old in a single-parent apartment in the projects on the South Side of Chicago. He just didn't know it yet.It was there he learned to cook and he learned to sew. Most importantly, he learned to provide for himself, two brothers and others in the city's largest public housing development, Altgeld Gardens. “Many of the parents were on drugs or just disappeared, so we had to survive,” recalls Michael, now 49. It was largely due to the young resourceful chef that many of them did. “Everyone in the projects knew about me. Everyone knew what I was capable of, that I cared for everyone. As a kid, I was the one who was serving food to the kids. I was the one knocking on project doors asking for a can of tomato sauce, spaghetti, sugar, whatever. I would actually put a meal together for my friends.” Today, he is still known on the street as someone who cares. Seven days a week. “It's all I know,” he adds. “I can't drive by a homeless person and not stop. I am going to have food in my truck. I will always have clothes, always have shoes, socks, T shirts, pants, underwear. I'm gonna make them over.” Six days a week, he's out on the streets by 7 a.m. dispensing hot food from 15 or so pans out of his van. On some days, the clothes he hands out include Air Jordans, donated shoes he receives from all over the world through his Jordans for the Homeless program. Soon he will unveil his new gift, Chicago's first food truck for the homeless, complete with a shower in the back. Michael gives a message on Love. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chefranjohn/support
Anna berättar om James L. Jordans tragiska liv, som leder fram till att Ronald S. Sanchez Jr. 2019 hittas mördad i ett läger på Appalachian Trail. Numera släpps Mord Mot Mord bara på Podplay på onsdagar, och på alla andra plattformar på torsdagar. Lyssna på podplay.se eller i appen! Källor, länkar och bilder som är relevanta för dagens avsnitt publiceras i Facebookgruppen Mord Mot Mord Podcast. I Podplay-appen släpps veckans avsnitt redan på tisdagar. Önska fall på Instagram, skriv till @karinlondre eller @sandellanna. Mord Mot Mord är en vanlig snackig podd, fast om mord. Det är lättsamt prat i ett försök att hantera världens värsta ämne.
BEST NEW MODEL PAST 5 YEARS, JORDAN 1 RUINED JORDANS, NIKE DUNKS, AIME LEON DORE PRE ORDER, LEBRON 9 RETRO, OLYMPICS, PICKUPS AND RELEASES. IN STUDIO GUEST – Don FisherIG:@luda1585 Intro: Raymon Marco IG: @_raymonmarco Thesneakdiss.comIG:@thesneakdissTwitter:@the_sneakdiss All pics are from GOAT, Stadium Goods, NBA Store, Undefeated, Bleacherreport, sports grid, sports logos and sports
Da guys are back and in rare form as they kick the show off with Leo season (3:00) and debating if Jordans are a basketball shoe or casual shoe (10:18) they give their thoughts on Donda (28:42) and if Smurk n Ye will have better song than Hov n Ye (38:23) is Daeo vibing with Shmurda's new song (1:01:30) CP3 vs A.I who has better career (1:06:21) and Dblock is at it again as he doubles down on last week's comment (1:33:24) all that and much more!!!! #lionsgate #gruntz #cherryblossom
Vover's Acen Datuin and Ben Cruz have no choice but to closely examine PJ Tucker's $250,000 Air Jordan 1s that he rocked at Game 6 of the NBA Finals and do some self-reflecting on what the maximum amount of money they'd spend on a singular pair of shoes is now before revealing what the most amount of money they've actually spent on a pair is.Hosts: Acen Datuin & Ben CruzVoice your thoughts on this episode by downloading the Vover app here!