Tag Archives: Nike

Foot Locker x Nike – The Educators (Video)

Imagine having these guys push you in high school.  I’d be a superstar by now…

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Nike Air Force 1: Anatomy of an Urban Legend (Trailer)

I personally never owned a pair of AF1s but we all know how big they are.  And again, personally, I’d rather see a documentary on the urban legend of Jordans…

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Nike – This Is Your Final Wake Up Call (Video)

Do you have what it takes?

I can’t wait.  Only two more days!!!!

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Nike's Write The Future (Behind the Scenes Video)

This marketing campaign by Nike has been garnering rave reviews from football fans so here’s a little behind the scenes look at the making of the commercials.

Nike Write The Future (Video)

Here’s more backstory to the post that I put up the other day.  Now, everything makes sense.

Nike Write the Future Campaign Starring Wayne Rooney & Cristiano Ronaldo (Videos)

Here’s a short preview of Nike’s new ad campaign to promote the World Cup this summer. The series focuses on putting today’s football stars in hypothetical situations of lives after the World Cup.
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No Nike Bonus for Lebron in New York

Contrary to popular belief, Nike is not offering more money to LBJ to sign with the Knicks this offseason.

For the millionth time, LeBron James has no bonus in his current contract with Nike—still his original contract—that pays him more if he plays in New York or any other big city for that matter.

I find myself writing this because with speculation that James will be headed to New York in 2010, as the Knicks have cleared out cap space for that season with the rumored express purpose of landing LeBron, people have started to talk again about this mythical bonus. As James played at the Garden and questions about 2010 and New York reached its greatest height, we started hearing about this bonus again.

ESPN The Magazine’s Chris Broussard, in an article for ESPN.com, wrote that James “does not get more money from Nike if he plays in New York,” but then went on to say that “that clause expired after his rookie season.” [ To read more, click here]