High school…for some it was an unforgettable four years…for others perhaps not so much. There are life events and experiences you’ll never forget; like senior prom, graduation…homecoming, spirit week, etc. But for a select few, high school was another stepping stone on the road to
Russell Westbrook’s on-court Jordan Brand signature not only puts him in elite company, but it also puts him with this Thunder teammate, Carmelo Anthony as the only Team Jordan members with their own signature on-court Jumpman kicks. The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 has been gifted
Russell Westbrook has joined an elite club at Jordan Brand, signature athlete. Joining the ranks of MJ himself, Carmelo Anthony and Dwyane Wade…Brodie’s all-new on-court signature is the counterpart his off-court signature needed and comes on the heels of his 10-year lucrative extension post his
Russell Westbrook has indeed made 2017 his year. ‘Brodie’ recorded a triple-double for the entire 2016-17 season and captured the Most Valuable Player Award back in June and now in September, the on-court ambassador of the Air Jordan signature line has inked a decade-long extension
Little behind, but better late than never. Tuesday, Jordan Brand unveiled the 32nd installment in the Air Jordan signature line. Endorsed by the reigning Most Valuable Player, Russell Westbrook…the AJ XXXII follows the trend set forward by the Air Jordan XXX1 last year. And that
Russell Westbrook’s historic 2016 campaign was capped Monday night with him at last capturing his first Most Valuable Player award. Yes, we remember the meme of Russ staring down KD’s MVP Award in 2014 but Brodie can now stare down his own every single day.
As alluded to in our previous article where Jordan Brand is honoring Russell Westbrook’s historic season…the OKC Thunder star sprinkled history on top of history Sunday night in Denver. Westbrook captured his third 50-point triple-double of the season while nailing the game-winning 3-pointer to lift