Soccer fever has been rampant in New York City — and not just because the World Cup is going on. Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash hosted his third annual, free-to-the-public Showdown in Chinatown charity soccer game last week at Roosevelt Park in the Big Apple. Nash gathered some of his best friends in professional soccer and basketball — including Brandon Jennings, Nate Robinson, Tony Parker and Claudio Reyna — for the eight-on-eight futbol game to benefit The Steve Nash Foundation. More »
We all knew the guy on the left was going first overall in the 2010 NBA Draft, but not many people had any idea what was going to shake out after that. Keep reading for my first round report from Madison Square Garden. I cover everything from who the crowd likes to which player has the best suit to how many times I run to the snack room to get free cookies.More »
Chances are, John Wall is going to be selected first overall by the Washington Wizards in tonight’s NBA Draft.
But Wall has already been preparing for his rookie season. Along with training, he’s helping Reebok promote its new basketball shoe – the Reebok ZigTech Slash. The star-to-be still found time in his busy schedule for a Q&A with SIKIDS.com…
Today is the big day if you’re one of the projected top picks in the 2010 NBA Draft.
On Wednesday afternoon, 15 future draft picks were allowed to be kids one more time before heading off to their soon-to-be-named teams. The players held a basketball clinic with approximately 100 New York area kids as part of the league’s NBA FIT initiative at Madison Square Garden. Four of those prospects -- Evan Turner, Greg Monroe, Gordon Hayward, and Luke Babbitt -- took time to answer a few questions heading into tonight’s draft...More »
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Where's LeBron James going to end up playing next season? I have no idea.
But I do know what he'll be wearing on his feet.
Earlier this week, the sneakerheads over at vmvinc somehow managed to get their hands on exclusive pics of the Nike Air Max LeBron VIII. And, if you click the "More" tab, you can see them too. So get to clicking...More »
Has it really been a year since Blake Griffin became the No. 1 pick in the 2009 NBA Draft? Yep. The former University of Oklahoma standout injured his left knee in the Clippers’ final preseason game. The power forward later needed season-ending surgery on his kneecap.
On Tuesday, Griffin made his way to New York City for a special workout sponsored by Subway, along with Subway spokesman Jared Fogle. Following the workout, SIKIDS.com talked with Blake about getting back on the court, who he hopes the Clippers take in this year’s Draft, and his upcoming rookie year...
There's a 99.999999% chance John Wall will be the #1 pick of the 2010 NBA Draft tomorrow. But Reebok's not waiting until tomorrow to make the former Kentucky Wildcats pg their top rookie.
Earlier today, Team Reebok announced that Wall would be the signature athlete for their new Zigtech line of basketball sneakers. When The Great Wall takes the court for his rookie season later this year, he'll do so in a pair of state-of-the-art ZigTech Slashes.More »