Suddenly these days the Foamposites are the most popular shoe everyone is talking about them or rocking them. Its like the new Air Force 1 trend. Y’all are wilding though paying 160 plus for these shoes like you balling. I never fell in that trend too each his own. The only foamposites I liked & owned was the Penny Hardaways back in the day originals always classic. The new Pine Tree foamposites drop shortly don’t waste ya check on them if u balling on a budget or juz gonna were them with a plain T because you got no more $ for an outfit.

Georgetown Brawl

Georgetown was making a trip through China that turned ugly on Thursday when a game between them and the Bayi Rockets, a Chinese professional team, ended in a bench-clearing brawl. The game was very physical, and with 57 free throws taken by Bayi to only 15 from Georgetown, spun out of control quickly. The game was ended when John Thompson III pulled his team off the court with the game tied at 64 midway through the 4th.

NEW MIXTAPE- My Side Of The Story- A Mafia

This is a classic here by Mafia he decided to go with no DJ a lot of original music gives it an album feel. He is one of the most consistent rappers right now. Click the picture to D/L also check out Mafiatheboss @ Twitter & You Tube. Be sure to check out the song “Fallen Soldiers” below which is on the mixtape.


Sports Illustrated Top Recruits

In the condition how the NCAA has been running business it can only get worse when these players are put on college campuses around nation to perform at the top football programs.

247Sports’ Top 100 Football Recruits
247Sports.com ranks the top 100 football recruits in the Class of 2012. For a quick overview on these rankings, click here. For an extended list of the top 247 players, click here.
1 Arik Armstead
Elk Grove, CA
Pleasant Grove
OT 6-8 285
2 Dorial Green-Beckham
Springfield, MO
WR 6-6 221 Considerations
3 Eddie Goldman
Friendship Collegiate Academny
DT 6-5 305 Considerations
4 Jameis Winston
Bessemer, AL
QB 6-4 190
5 Andrus Peat
Tempe, AZ
Corona Del Sol
OT 6-7 280 Considerations
6 Landon Collins
Geismar, LA
S 6-0 210 Considerations
7 Kyle Murphy
San Clemente, CA
San Clemente
OT 6-7 270 Considerations
8 John Theus
Jacksonville, FL
The Bolles School
OT 6-6 295
9 Keith Marshall
Raleigh, NC
RB 5-11 210 Considerations
10 Stefon Diggs
Olney, MD
Good Counsel
WR 6-0 188 Considerations
11 Shaq Thompson
Sacramento, CA
Grant Union
S 6-2 210 Considerations
12 Gunner Kiel
Columbus, IN
Columbus East
QB 6-4 210
13 Eddie Williams
Panama City Beach, FL
ATH 6-4 215
14 D.J. Humphries
Charlotte, NC
Mallard Creek
OT 6-5 275
15 Mario Edwards
Denton, TX
DE 6-3 261
16 Noah Spence
Harrisburg, PA
Bishop McDevitt
DE 6-3 235 Considerations
17 Johnathan Gray
Aledo, TX
RB 5-11 200
18 Yuri Wright
Ramsey, NJ
Don Bosco Prep
CB 6-2 180 Considerations
19 Malcom Brown
Brenham, TX
DT 6-3 300
20 Devin Fuller
Westwood, NJ
Old Tappan
ATH 6-0 185 Considerations
21 Chris Black
Jacksonville, FL
First Coast
WR 5-11 175
22 Darius Hamilton
Ramsey, NJ
Don Bosco Prep
DT 6-4 250 Considerations
23 Jarron Jones
Rochester, NY
Aquinas Institute
DT 6-6 300 Considerations
24 Nelson Agholor
Tampa, FL
Berkeley Prep
ATH 6-1 185 Considerations
25 Alex Ross
Jenks, OK
RB 6-2 213
26 Jordan Jenkins
Hamilton, GA
Harris County
DE 6-2 242 Considerations
27 Trey Williams
RB 5-8 175
28 Ellis McCarthy
Monrovia, CA
DT 6-5 315 Considerations
29 Isaac Seumalo
Corvallis, OR
OG 6-3 280
30 Dan Voltz
Barrington, IL
OT 6-4 285
31 Chris Casher
Mobile, AL
Faith Academy
DE 6-5 240
32 Geno Smith
St. Pius X
CB 5-11 175 Considerations
33 Anthony Alford
Petal, MS
ATH 6-0 170 Considerations
34 Eli Harold
Virginia Beach, VA
Ocean Lakes
DE 6-4 213
35 Duke Johnson
RB 5-10 175
36 Tanner Mangum
Eagle, ID
QB 6-3 190
37 Tracy Howard
Hollywood, FL
CB 5-11 175 Considerations
38 Thomas Johnson
WR 5-11 175
39 Joshua Garnett
Puyallup, WA
OT 6-5 304 Considerations
40 Kyle Kalis
Lakewood, OH
St. Edward
OT 6-5 300
41 Channing Ward
Aberdeen, MS
DE 6-3 250 Considerations
42 Deontay Greenberry
Fresno, CA
Washington Union
WR 6-3 184
43 Dante Fowler
St. Petersburg
DE 6-3 240
44 Carlos Watkins
Forest City, NC
DT 6-4 270 Considerations
45 Javonte Magee
San Antonio
Sam Houston
DT 6-6 264 Considerations
46 Tee Shepard
Fresno, CA
Washington Union
CB 6-0 173
47 Reggie Ragland
Madison, AL
Bob Jones
LB 6-4 245
48 Shaq Roland
Lexington, SC
ATH 6-2 204
49 Ifeadi Odenigbo
Dayton, OH
LB 6-3 212 Considerations
50 Kwontie Moore
Norfolk, VA
Norfolk Christian
LB 6-1 243
51 Rushel Shell
Aliquippa, PA
RB 6-0 215 Considerations
52 Barry Sanders Jr.
Oklahoma City
Heritage Hall
RB 5-9 180 Considerations
53 Noor Davis
Leesburg, FL
LB 6-4 225
54 Dillon Lee
Buford, GA
LB 6-4 220
55 Joel Caleb
Midlothian, VA
Clover Hill
WR 6-3 203 Considerations
56 Chris Wormley
Toledo, OH
DE 6-5 250
57 Jessamen Dunker
Boynton Beach, FL
Boynton Beach Community
OT 6-5 315
58 Kwon Alexander
Oxford, AL
LB 6-2 210 Considerations
59 Armani Reeves
West Roxbury, MA
Catholic Memorial
CB 5-11 180
60 Jordan Diamond
OT 6-6 290 Considerations
61 Jonathan Bullard
Shelby, NC
DE 6-4 245 Considerations
62 Nick James
Long Beach, MS
Long Beach
DT 6-5 320
63 Erik Magnuson
Encinitas, CA
La Costa Canyon
OT 6-6 275
64 Jonathan Taylor
Millen, GA
Jenkins County
DT 6-4 317
65 Josh Clemons
Valdosta, GA
LB 6-5 200 Considerations
66 Ronald Darby
Oxon Hill, MD
CB 5-11 174
67 Ricky Parks
Hogansville, GA
TE 6-4 235
68 Kennedy Estelle
Pearland, TX
OT 6-7 300
69 Torshiro Davis
Shreveport, LA
LB 6-3 220
70 Zach Kline
Danville, CA
San Ramon Valley
QB 6-2 190
71 Kenyan Drake
Powder Springs, GA
ATH 6-1 187
72 Brock Stadnik
Greensboro, NC
Western Guilford
OT 6-5 285
73 Sheldon Day
Warren Central
DT 6-2 286
74 Durron Neal
St. Louis
WR 6-1 180
75 Travis Wilson
San Clemente, CA
San Clemente
QB 6-6 210
76 Keivarae Russell
Everett, WA
RB 6-0 175 Considerations
77 Jabari Ruffin
Downey, CA
LB 6-3 245
78 Elijah Shumate
Ramsey, NJ
Don Bosco Prep
S 6-1 185 Considerations
79 Brian Nance
Euless, TX
LB 6-3 230 Considerations
80 Connor Brewer
Paradise Valley, AZ
AB 6-2 195
81 Dominique Wheeler
Crockett, TX
ATH 6-2 178
82 Davonte Neal
Paradise Valley, AZ
WR 5-9 170 Considerations
83 Chad Kelly
Buffalo, NY
St. Joseph School
QB 6-3 205
84 Curtis Riser
DeSoto, TX
OG 6-4 285
85 Mike Davis
Stone Mountain, GA
RB 5-11 195
86 Kiante’ Griffin
Carrollton, TX
WR 6-0 195
87 Aaron Burbridge
Farmington, MI
WR 6-2 180
88 Ondre Pipkins
Kansas City, MO
Park Hill
DT 6-3 305
89 Cyrus Jones
ATH 5-9 174 Considerations
90 Jordan Simmons
Encino, CA
Crespi Carmelite
OG 6-4 330 Considerations
91 A.J. Leggett
South Miami Senior
CB 5-11 175
92 LaDarrell McNeil
A Maceo Smith
S 6-1 186
93 Justin Thomas
Prattville, AL
QB 5-11 176
94 Tommy Schutt
Glen Ellyn, IL
Glenbard West
DT 6-3 300
95 Leonard Floyd
Eastman, GA
Dodge County
LB 6-5 211
96 Drew Harris
Exton, PA
Downingtown East
RB 6-2 195 Considerations
97 Cayleb Jones
Austin, TX
WR 6-3 198
98 Zeke Pike
Fort Mitchell, KY
Dixie Heights
QB 6-5 220
99 Bryce Treggs
Bellflower, CA
St. John Bosco
WR 5-11 170
100 James Ross
West Bloomfield, MI
St. Mary’s Prep
LB 6-1 215

2011 NBA Season?

Now that football is back the NFL performed one of the biggest scams of this year. After four or five months of not knowing what to agree they get a deal done, then have fans wait a little while longer to ratify the decisions going forward. If you ask me the NFL knew exactly what they were doing to promote the NFL even better. With the NFL at least fans knew what areas needed to be handled as more safety, rookie contracts, possible longer season, teams salary caps, etc.

In regards to the NBA WTF!!!! After coming off one of the most electrifying NBA seasons with super teams forming and the Mavericks upsetting the Heat in the finals this past season they went into lockout. Speaking as a fan I don’t understand. Between David Stern and Billy Hunter as the representatives of the owners and players doesn’t seem much progress is being made at all. Some areas of concerns possibly are a new collective bargaining agreement, super teams, all competitive rosters equally, etc. Until some of these issues and others are solved the players have to find other things to do in the meantime.

This summer we have seen Kevin Durant ballin’ at the legendary Rucker Park, Michael Beasley smacking fans, LeBron getting dunked on in Japan, Kobe easily beating (rapper) Bow Wow in one on one at his basketball camp for $ 1M, etc. So what will it take for both sides to come together and compromise? Only time will tell.

Rolling Stones ‘King of Hip Hop’ List

Rolling Stones recently came out with their ‘King of Hip Hop’ List. They did a two and a half-year survey where they combined total number of albums sold to determine the ‘King of Hip Hop’. The list starts off as expected can’t complain much about the top 5, its 6-20 that has me scratching my head. I have a lot of problems with this list, I mean Fabolous is listed at 17 under artist like B.O.B, Pittbull, and Kid Cudi. Despite Fabolous record sales I feel he is a better artist that most ahead of him on this list. Kid Cudi and Gucci Mane are way to high on this list if they should even be on it at all, and I feel the same about Waka Flocka, Diddy and Big Boi. My problem is not with these artist makin the list, but the criteria Rolling Stones used to rank the top hip hop artist. Since when did record sales determine the greatness of a rapper? Have we forgotten to appreciate the lyrics and artistic vision of rappers? This list is evidence that record sales do not support the skills of a rapper, but more so his fan base willingness to go out and buy their albums. As a fan of hip hop its disappointing.

Trouble for The U

Reports are that The University of Miami football program has been implicated in an improper-benefits scandal allegedly involving dozens of players over much of the past decade. A former Miami booster, Nevin Shapiro (currently serving a 20 year prison sentence for masterminding a $930 million Ponzi scheme) told Yahoo Sports that he provide benefits to as much as 72 of the university’s football players and other athletes between 2002 and 2010. In the interview, Shapiro stated he gave money, cars, yacht trips, jewelry, televisions, and other gifts to a number of players. He also claims that then-Miami football and basketball coaches had full knowledge that he was braking NCAA rules. Shapiro said he once paid $10,000 to help secure the commitment of a basketball recruit, and that Frank Haith (then-Miami basketball coach) acknowledged the transaction in a conversation.

The NCAA is investigating the matter, which could lead to significant sanctions for the accomplished program. The University of Miami often refered to as ‘The U’, is known for being a football factory giving us players like: Jim Kelly, Warren Sapp, Sean Taylor, Jim Otto, Michael Irvin, Frank Gore, Ray Lewis, Devin Hester, Ed Reed, and Andre Johnson to name just a few. Miami has won five national titles since their program began in 1926, their last coming in 2001. But the program has struggled in recent years, it has also been found guilty of major violations on five occasions, most recently in 2003. This investigation could lead to the demise of a program that many of us witness dominate and produce hall of fame and pro bowl football players for most of the decade. With schools like USC and Ohio State currently on the hot seat, outsiders are beginning to notice the length at which these schools are willing to go to stay on top. Even if they have to break the rules of the NCAA.

Is it Really Over?

Now I’m not the avid golf fan, but I did appreciate all of the accomplishments Tiger Woods has acquired over his career. In this later  part of his career seems like he’s on a spiraling downfall that may never be revived. Woods hasn’t won a major championship since 2008. When all of the scandal broke on his personal life with his wife Elin Nordegren Woods the media uncovered many skeleton’s in his closet. Woods had women out the wood works come and confess to having serious relationships with him. Ever since, Woods wasn’t the same he cut off friends, lost endorsements, top ranking, invincibility towards competition, etc. Recently, Woods decided to return to the game of golf and compete, but has produced nothing but unlike prime time Tiger performances. People are used to him taking a strangle hold on the competition in the first round. By psychout his opponents or he makes remarkable comeback victories to astonish his fans. Where has that Tiger gone? Will he ever regain his dominance? I feel Tiger needs to just get away to golf for a while to repair his image, physically/mentally healthy, and his personal life more. By solidifying those areas can possibly bring his game back up to par. With the recent firing of his long time friend and caddy Stevie Williams seems like he’s riding himself of all the things that brought him success. As he continues his career I’m not ready to write him off yet, but with more lack luster performances it has no choice but to creep doubts into minds.