Apparently, D. Wade is a D. Reider fan. He’s not the only one.
Chrome Ball’s 900th post is dedicated to the Brooklyn Banks — “A testament to the resourcefulness of skateboarders when they can just be left the fuck alone.” In case you weren’t going on the site several years ago, we posted a series of interviews about the Banks in 2010, after the spot got completely shut down for bridge repairs.
Nick vonWerssowetz’s new video, CCTV, is great. Mostly filmed in New York, save a part in San Francisco. Great spot selection, presentation, and a soundtrack for all those yet to embrace Future / the future. Features Shawn Powers, Adrian Vega, and others. The DVD is for sale online and at Labor Skateshop for $10.
Check out Hopps Skateboards’ spring/summer 2013 collection on their new website.
Mandatory reportage of Corey Rubin and Loose Trucks Max sightings: A sixteen-minute bro cam clip of the Brooklyn homies. All they wanna do is have some fun.
Zered and Eli shred around New England and go lobster fishing in the new Converse commercial.
ICYMI: The second chapter in a tumultuous month for sponsor resignations.
QS Sports Desk Play of the Week: Tayshaun Prince dunks on three Thunder players at once. You know what’s weird? Prince has been in the conference finals seven times in his career; Kobe and Duncan have eight appearances.
Quote of the Week:
— Badgalriri responds to a devout J.R. Smith fan. Unfortunately, she was right.
Thanks to everyone who linked up the Forrest Edwards edit. Let’s go Grizzlies.