Monthly Archives September 2015

Pau Gasol leads remnants of Spain’s greatest generation into final

“I’m getting old,” Rudy Fernandez says with a smile, pointing to his aching back. Seated a few yards away, longtime running mate Pau Gasol courts attention, the grey hairs sprinkled throughout his craggy beard. Moments later, Felipe Reyes comes into the room, wrinkles drawn out beneath his eyes. Once, the trio peered into the future together as Spain’s young guns, harboring big dreams and lofty goals. Now, over a decade later, they are the past masters, deservedly satisfied with what they have accomplished, in unison and apart. Sunday, in northern France, the band of brothers has the opportunity to write
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Nike 2015 Penny Pack

Ballin Is What He Was Born To Do The Nike Penny Pack returns with a new colorway of the Air Foamposite One and the all-new Air Penny 6. The Foamposite arrives in the famous ‘Sharpie’ colorway. During the ’97 Playoffs Penny took a black felt tip marker and colored in his Royal Foams in order to meet NBA standards. The all-new Air Penny 6 comes in the Orlando colorway and features a mix of dynamic flywire and megafuse. See more detailed images below and pick up the pack in stores or online (10am EDT) Saturday, July 4th for $500. Check
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Mavs center Salah Mejri showcases his potential during AfroBasket 2015

DALLAS — Despite sitting out Tunisia’s 82-73 win in the third-place game of AfroBasket 2015 on Sunday against Senegal, Dallas Mavericks center Salah Mejri certainly proved that his skills should translate well to the NBA following an impressive showing in the tournament. The 7-foot-2 Mejri became the first player of Tunisian decent to sign with an NBA team this summer, inking a reported partially-guaranteed deal for three years with the Mavericks during free agency. He then went right to work with the Tunisian national team, looking to earn a bid in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. However,
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