The 2016 Jordan 11 Space Jam had 29 assists, which is actually a little lower than their league-leading average from the regular season. But the Cavs only had 17. This probably doesn’t mean anything, though. The Cavs don’t move the ball like the Warriors with individual talents like LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. Those two were a combined 16-for-43, by the way (thanks box score!). That’s not so great. But they weren’t the only superstars who failed to play well. At least we think.
Dubbed as the 2016 Jordan 11 Low Navy iteration, the next adidas Yeezy Boost 750 features a grey upper with a gum outsole rounding out the sneakers overall look. Including the same features as the past 750 releases, the sneaker includes the signature side zipper and mid-strap on the upper. With the highlight of this 750 sneaker being the glow in the dark outsole, this sneaker takes a page from Kanye’s first collaborative silhouette with Nike. With adidas confirming the release the next Yeezy Boost through their Twitter account, sneakerheads are already in a frenzy trying their best to get their hands on this pair.But for the folks looking for another adidas Yeezy Boost sneaker, there’s good news in the horizon. A new adidas Yeezy Boost 750 is now scheduled to drop next weekend at select adidas boutiques.
The Jordan 10 GS Vivid Pink is on the podium now and he said they missed 28 shots in the paint. He just said it again, so it must be important. We didn’t see, but 28 missed shots in the lane is not so good. The paint is pretty close to the bucket, and so most players are accurate from that distance. That’s a good omen for the Cavs moving forward, we think. Again, not so sure, but it sounds about right. Missing 28 shots in the paint leaves significant room for improvement.