Son of Chappelle was an alter ego I gave myself when I was younger. You see Dave Chappelle is my favorite comedian of all time. I would mimic his jokes in the mirror and try to talk like him. The first time I saw anything Dave Chappelle related was in the mid 90s. I was... Continue Reading →
The Utah Jazz were literally 1 game away from making the 2015/16 NBA playoffs. If it wasn't for the greatest shot checker in history putting 60 on them in their season finale, they would have been the 8th seed in the playoffs. Too bad they were in awe for Kobe's last game. I wished they... Continue Reading →
10. Toronto Raptors (1996)
The duo of Marcus Camby and Damon Stoudamire gave Michael Jordan and your precious Bulls one of those 10 losses 20 years ago in these beauties!
9. Phoenix Suns black jerseys (Mid-90’s)
Debated wheter to go purple or black for a while. The black definitely stands out more, and make the Sun really pop. These made me want to buy Barkley’s signature shoe!
8. NBA Allstar jerseys (1996)
If you were watching Allstar gamespot from the 90’season to the present these should be your favorite ones. If not fight me!
7. Washington Bullets (1995)
The name alone gets them on the list.
6. Denver Nuggets (Mid-90’s)
Do you know who that is? Do you at least remember the jerseys? That’s Mahmoud Abdul Rauf. Top 3 most underrated players of all time wearing one of those most underrated jerseys ever. You can see the skyline…
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Wheter you grew up in the 90’season or not, you have to admit the best athletic shoes came out of that decade. I put together a list of my 10 favorite pair of shoes to come out of that great era.
10. Nike Air Penny
I had a tough time deciding between these and the Nike Air Up‘s. I adored both, but I decided I’d give his official debut signature shoe the nod.
9. Nike Air Max ’97 aka Dan O’briens’
My cousin Terrell had these, and I wanted to borrow them more than anything, because I knew I couldn’t have them. These shoes were classic! This shoe in. particular rekindleday my love for running shoes
8. Fila ’96 Varsity
Oh yes! I know you…
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For my entire existence I’ve lived in California. Up North mostly—from Oakland, to San Francisco, Sacramento, and all the way down the coast to Los Angeles. The older I get, the more my mind wonders if California loves me as much as I—or it’s inhabitants have. It’s an interesting thought. Think about it, we rep this state to death with tattoos, shirts and hats. From social media, to in person bravado; we are damn near arrogant about a place that we can barely even afford to live in. It’s borderline comical. Despite the overpriced, ever shrinking square footage, people are dying to move here. Mostly, because they think they’ll become famous [LAUGH… OUT… LOUD], or they have dreams of lying on the beach and surfing. The irony of it all…Natives are moving out in record numbers, while people from other states are moving in. Those that are left are the ones stuck…
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Forgive but don't forget!! Clearing the Air!! Because I know I WONT forget. That face illustrates my point, right? I can forgive them for that finals lost, but I cant forget them, right? Man imagine, We could be Back to Back Champions right now. Steph Curry, What happened man? Did all the hype and advertisement get to you?... Continue Reading →
Tomorrow, my 49ers are facing the Peregrine Falcons (whoops I mean the Seattle Seahawks. Hey the Peregrine Falcon is the fastest animal on this planet and it is a seahawk.) Both teams are 1-1 and although the rivalry doesn't appease the American households as it did in years past, it's still an important game for... Continue Reading →
Basketball season starts soon and I couldn't be happier. Last seasons, my Warriors got punked by the CAVS and lost in a historic 7 games series. That left a bitter taste in my mouth. I'm talking about eating Liver, with Brussel Sprouts, and Horseradish. (Yuuuccckkkk). Here at thecouchsports.com we are going to preview each of the... Continue Reading →
Many NBA fans who come from past generations, have fond memories of greatness. Players we cling to from our childhood, ’til this day. Arguing the value of a players legacy that played decades ago. Which probably feels like centuries to younger fans. Kids of today (everyone under 21), only know of the Steph Curry’s, the LeBron’s,... Continue Reading →