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LeBron's first Miami sneaker is getting a Hollywood makeover.

LeBron's first Miami sneaker is getting a Hollywood makeover.

LeBron James has been seen wearing several different Los Angeles Lakers-themed sneakers during his time with the team. First he appeared in a pair of Lakers-inspired Nike LeBron 3s during summer league last year, and most recently the LeBron 7 "Lakers" hit retailers to quick sellouts across the world. Now it appears another LeBron silhouette will be donning the purple and gold. News via Soleheatonfeet suggests that a Nike Lebron 8 may be arriving later this year in what is described as a "Lakers" colorway. The model was last available in 2011. It was the first shoe James wore as a member of the Miami Heat and famously gave us the iconic "South Beach"...

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Original 'Natural Grey' Air Jordan 1s Could Be Returning in 2021

Original 'Natural Grey' Air Jordan 1s Could Be Returning in 2021

An original colorway of the beloved Air Jordan 1 High may be in line for a retro next year. According to Soleheatonfeet, the "Neutral Grey" Air Jordan 1 High '85 is re-releasing for the first time in early 2021. While early photos have yet to surface, this image provided by zSneakerheadz suggests that the retro will be similar to the model's original "Natural Grey" color scheme and will feature the classic high-top cut from 1985, as seen on the "Varsity Red" and "New Beginnings" styles that dropped earlier this year. As of now, the upcoming Air Jordan 1 High '85 "Neutral Grey" currently has a tentative release date of early 2021 but keep it locked to Sole Collector for...

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NBA and Disney Are in Talks to Restart Season in Late July

NBA and Disney Are in Talks to Restart Season in Late July

Just when the world needed the spirit of live sports entertainment the most, the NBA was forced to suspend its season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Initially, it seemed grim for the season to return this year. But NBA commissioner Adam Silver and the good folks at Disney have been working on a solution.  On Saturday, the NBA revealed that the league and the Players Association are in talks with Disney about using the company's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex—a facility located on the Disney World complex near Orlando, Florida—to host the remaining games of the 2019-2020 season. The following is a statement from NBA Chief Communications Officer Mike...

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Tracking When the NFL, NBA, MLB, and More Sports Will Return to Action

Tracking When the NFL, NBA, MLB, and More Sports Will Return to Action

We might be close. The return of sports appears to be on the horizon. Sports have obviously been on pause in the middle of the Coronavirus pandemic, but there are signs of things returning. UFC is already back and the MLB and NBA are continuing to figure out how they can get back this summer.  While off-the-field news has kept the sports world somewhat alive, it's safe to say that sports fans are thirsty for the athletes to get back on the field of competition. We’re itching to watch live major sporting events, not throwbacks from decades past. And as the coronavirus pandemic...

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Screen Printing 101: Choosing the Right Mesh Count

Screen Printing 101: Choosing the Right Mesh Count

The right mesh count can go a long way towards producing the results you’re after. With that in mind, we’re providing a primer to help you better understand mesh count and know where to start when trying ou different mesh counts for different types of prints. Screen Mesh Count Basics Understanding screen mesh count begins with understanding what the count means. The mesh count indicates how many fibers there are in one square inch of the screen, so a 160 mesh count screen has 160 fibers in one square inch of the screen. Lower mesh count screens have larger openings...

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