Kith x adidas Ultra Boost

Ronnie Fieg and adidas have joined forces to create a special edition of the “Ultra Boost.” The sneakers feature a metallic silver heel and “RJ” on the tongue. No release date has been given as of yet.

Kevin Durant Speaks On Signing To The Warriors


Kevin Durant shocked the NBA when he made the decision to leave the Thunder and join the Warriors. This is after his team almost eliminated them last year in the playoffs, being up 3-1 in the Western Conference Finals. Durant spoke with RollingStone on how he eventually decided to make the move and what he expects in the future.

That Sunday, after everyone had had their say, including reps from the Thunder, whom he saw twice, he brooded alone in a hot tub for two hours, agonizing over the choice. Finally, he went to bed, unsure what to do. When he woke, at 5 a.m., he heard one word in his head: Warriors. He went and rousted Kleiman, then prepared himself to make the hardest phone call of his life. “It was rough, talking to [Thunder GM] Sam Presti and [owner] Clay Bennett. I cried and got emotional, I’ll put it like that.” He texted Westbrook the news, but didn’t call him – they hadn’t really talked through the process. Asked why, Durant gives a shrug. They’d had those years together, fought as hard as two men can when they’re outnumbered. Sometimes, when it ends, you let the silence speak; words just don’t seem adequate, for better or worse.

Full Interview: RollingStone

Carmelo Speaks On Police Brutality In ESPN Magazine

Knicks star, Carmelo Anthony, is on the cover of ESPN’s “NBA Preview” issue for 2016. In his interview he spoke on police brutality, the lack of resources in the black community and athletes speaking issues facing America.

HB: What you’re touching on is the one part of this that’s been really difficult for me and people wanting to talk about Colin Kaepernick. They’re not focusing on why he’s doing what he’s doing. They look at Baltimore and they’re not looking at the fabric of Baltimore. You have no parks. You’ve got no infrastructure. What do you expect that to look like if you’re taking all the resources out of the community?

Carmelo: When you don’t have resources, it becomes hopeless. There’s nothing to look forward to. I know when I was coming up, it was after-school. We had rec centers to go to in our neighborhoods. We had parks to go play in. We had football fields to go to. You had different things that you could go do. I always find it fascinating when I go back to my community and kids that I have known, or their parents, just hearing them talk. The one thing I get out of it is they just want a voice. They just want to be heard. It’s like, “We want everybody to hear us.”

Full Interview