Nike Air Jordan VI (1991)

He won his first championship and Finals MVP wearing these shoes.  My older brother had em, I wanted them. Jordan’s are not just shoes they are a right of passage b, I didn’t get my first 6’s till 1999 and I still remember it like it was yesterday.

This is 1991

The Saga of Lebron

In the year of our lord Twenty Ten on the 7 month, King James will become a free agent, this is The Saga of Lebron…

July 1st this year may be one of the most important dates in NBA History, the day Lebron James become a free agent. Everywhere on the globe it seems you can hear opinions on Lebron’s future. Rumors have been widespread saying that he may end up anywhere from Portland to LA,  if you ask me, every NBA team wants Lebron and I’m sure soon all will have a rumor or two about his free agency in the next coming weeks. The chance of Lebron leaving Cleveland is very likely, after 6 seasons with no ring he Audi 5K.  This year during the course of the Cavs early playoff exit I witnessed something in Cleveland, something ugly. Fans began to protest about James and his work ethic even going as far as to blast him on local media and other outlets. To me this is foolish knowing the man will be a free agent soon and the fate of the city rest on his shoulders. As the Free Agency draws closer Cleveland has made various attempts in retaining there star, from putting up billboards, original songs etc. but this may be all a little to late. One city that has a prominent eye on Lebron is Chicago. Chicago has a pretty good base already w/ Noah, Deng and Rose and adding Lebron to the equation could only equal success. With the firing of Vinny Del Negro and possible rumors of Phil Jackson coming back to coach, Chicago seems the likely choice.

Dallas and New York have also been very vocal in the Lebron saga but @ HHTT we sticking w/Chicago b!shouts to Chris Broussard of ESPN

Greg Oden (Mr. Glass) Out 2-4 Weeks

Gregory, Gregory, Gregory I mean what can I say? The 2nd year Rookie suffered a injury on opening night in the nationally televised game against the Lakers. The Blazers say that the injury is a mid-foot avulsion fracture that will hold him out for the next 2-4 weeks. The next couple of weeks were supposed to be games on the NBA schedule to showcase Oden against some powerful competition (Shaq, Tim Duncan, Dwight Howard). Oden (aka Mr. Glass) has seen better days, it seems every time things get ready to go in motion he stalls. Portland put your faith in Brandon Roy he’s reliable.
Damn you looking old Greg, I mean REALLY looking old bro. *Check out the Sam Jackson Section of the Blog*