This all-star jam of 165 basketball jerseys across time and space is a stunning survey of the sartorial side of swishing and dishing. Starting with the New York Celtics in 1921, this ballin’ breakdown boasts time-tested three-point threads from dapper dunkers throughout hoops history, including trey-cool fashion centerpieces like the ‘72 Nets, the ‘89 Magic, all manner of globe-trotting Harlemites, and even a selection of pop culture jerseys like the inimitable Tune Squad and Monstars from the 1996 documentary Space Jam. Also features the many custom tops of hip-hop, and vintage throwbacks that harken to a time of high-pulled shorts and socks.
Perfect for posting up on your wall, this is one dazzling documentation of fashion-forward designs that will never fade away. Boom shakalaka!
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BACK IN THE DAY |5/25/94| John Starks’ “The Dunk”.
"Hey LeBron, what’s my fart smell like?"
RUSSY IS POSSESSED
Larry Bird’s Last Game at Boston Garden - May 15th 1992
MJ, ‘86 Playoffs
Bill Russell to LeBron James, via Craig Sager:
Hey, thank you for leaving me off your Mount Rushmore. I’m glad you did. Basketball is a team game. It’s not for individual honors.
I won back-to-back State Championships in high school, back-to-back NCAA Championships in college. I won an NBA Championship my first year in the league, an NBA Championship my last year, and nine in between.
And that, Mr. James, is etched in stone.