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Playing Russian, of course, means doing everything in the dead of winter, where nothing green lives and only those who withstand the cold will be able to procreate a new generation of cold-immune Russian warriors.
Perhaps no one told Nike that the correct way to honor Native Americans is by donning a cap made of feathers and wielding a hachet, because the company will be outfitting four college basketball teams with some eye-catching turquoise uniforms this Sunday.
Remember these? Ya, Kobe forgot them, too. There’s no way he follows D-Rose and Dwight to Adidas — even if they offer him enough money to produce the next Iron Man movie…
The design elves at Nike were up all night making these: uniforms to be worn by the Oregon Ducks on Saturday in their annual spring game. On the back: the words “Support Our Troops”.
Nike unveiled its new Jacksonville Jaguars uniform today, and they’re definitely something you can’t unsee. Here’s the helmet, with the full uniform in all its glory following the jump.
Nike Pulls ‘Boston Massacre’ Shirts From Stores, Plus A Look Back At Other Notorious Sports Ad/Product Recalls
Seen at the Nike Outlet store in Manhattan: this shirt. Following the Boston Marathon Tragedy, not a popular item. Nike agrees, and has pulled it from its stores.
Competing in the nude was good enough for the ancient Greeks, but then uniforms were invented and sports has gone downhill ever since. What would the Greeks say if they knew that the name of their Goddess of Victory, Nike, had been co-opted by a company responsible for this reputed NFL uniform train wreck? The horrifying details, below.
Tiger Woods posted pictures on his Facebook page of the “custom swag” (his words, not ours) Nike sent him for the Masters next week. There’s one little bothersome detail, however.
Even though Kobe Bryant said in an interview less than a week ago that there was no reason for him to watch his 81-point game, this live tweet might say otherwise.