I’ve got to give it up for the barbers on these haircuts, truly amazing pieces of hair art. These are some very interesting choices to get carved into your cranium, but to each their own. How about them Spurs last night?
With Apple’s acquisition of Beats by Dre, it’s no surprise that they are full steam ahead on the marketing plan. This latest short titled “The Game Before the Game” is not only great from a marketing standpoint, but it will have you incredibly excited for the World Cup to start.
Sean Garnier takes a little page out Kyrie Irving’s book (see here) for this one. The soccer freestyle world champion dresses up as an old guy, plays like crap for a little bit, and then starts going to town with some insane tricks. Dude has some crazy handles with the soccer ball.
It looks like Donald Sterling’s time as an NBA owner has officially come to an end. Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer (aka Steve Baller) won the Los Angeles Clippers bidding war with a record breaking bid of $2 billion.
It’s no surprise that we’ve seen a good amount of soccer-themed products lately with the World Cup pretty much right on our doorstep. Billionaire Boys Club just released this soccer ball collection featuring 3 different patterns. As of right now, the balls are only available over at colette.
Os Gemeos painted this fuselage of a Boeing 737 for the Brazil team during this year’s World Cup. The team will use this to travel during the World Cup. The duo known as Os Gemeos used over some 1200 cans of spray paint to complete the job.
Two high school males from Kenya go toe to toe (literally — one of them is barefoot) in this battle to see which of the two is the biggest super human.
Sooooo… Why does the NBA dunk contest still suck? There’s obviously people out there with originality. Why doesn’t the NBA bring in someone like this to help coach the players in the contest? Anyways.. This guy, Botond Dajka, from the Lords of Gravity, did a crazy backflip off of a backboard before dunking the ball. Sure, he used a trampoline, but this is still very dope.
This is no ordinary ping pong player. Ibrahim Hamato had an accident when he was about 10 years old, and lost both of his arms. That has not stopped him from playing the sport that he loves. Not only does he play, but he’s damn good too. Anytime I watch a video like this, I can’t help but ask myself “what’s your excuse?”
Last night, social media was in full effect as usual. Here’s a ton of great memes making fun of Mr. Johnny Manziel last night. Guy can’t catch a break.