I’d pick up a copy and read this book.
The Warriors are having Social Media Night on Saturday and they’re making sure everyone is connected.
Players will warm up in shirts with their Twitter handles on them. You can buy those shirts too! (I think is smart marketing and brand recognition.)
Interactive social media fun live a scavenger hunt, tweets being displayed on the screen and a Instagram photo contest are all part of the festivities. But it doesn’t end there. Texting gloves will be given to early birds and a Facebook check-in allows you to have a Q&A with point guard Jarrett Jack.
The Suns are wearing this right now. Oh it looks so beautiful. It brings me back to the days of Charles Barkley and Rex Chapman.
I am so glad to see these uniforms and I know this is just a precursor to what the Suns will be wearing next year.
Good job Suns.
Nike has just unveiled the new cleats and gloves the players have the option of wearing for the Super Bowl this Sunday.
The uniforms remain the same except for the Super Bowl patch. As confirmed last week, the 49ers are the home team and will wear their red jerseys. The Ravens are in the whites.
Let’s get a closer look at what the two teams will be wearing.
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver made waves with a recent comment on his stance against having a gay teammate. Here are the details of his comments.
“I don’t do the gay guys, man. I don’t do that. No, we don’t got no gay people on the team, they gotta get up out of here if they do. Can’t be with that sweet stuff. Nah…can’t be…in the locker room man. Nah.”
Culliver says he prefers his teammates to reveal their homosexuality 10 years after retirement. This goes against the stance the team has taken for their anti-bullying campaign on homosexuals.
New Era has revealed their new collection for the upcoming NFL Draft. And I must say, from what we see here, it looks pretty nice.
Looking at the cap in the middle (which is essentially the same design for the left flex fit cap), we see that the caps will feature the logo and the team name. Last year, it was just the city name covering the logo. What stands out about this cap is the two-tone look for the script. Taking the team’s colors, the script will run across the crown with the logo in the forefront. In my opinion, some teams caps will look really good in this and it still features a vintage type design.
The other design that they show is a snapback design. The brim will be the opposite color of the crown, which is the case for most popular snapback designs.
This is a very interesting story. I don’t think I’m surprised since the Patriots have been accused of cheating before. But why does Faulk bring this up now?