Filed under: Art, Basketball, Bread City, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, Michael Jordan, New York Knicks | Tags: 1990s Culture, Courtside, John Starks, Jonah Hill, Michael Jordan, NBA
“The evolution of the Hollywood seat began in 2007, when the NBA allowed teams to shrink the size of their scorer’s table to boost the number of revenue-generating seats…
In New York, the Knicks have 145 floor seats priced from $2,850 to $3,600 per seat per game, or between $122,550 and $154,800 for a typical full regular-season schedule at Madison Square Garden. All are sold out and the majority of floor-seat ticket holders are individual ticket holders. Yes, Lee owns his seats.”
– From Sports Business Journal, 5/21/2012
Filed under: Art, Basketball, Los Angeles Lakers | Tags: Basketball Art, James Worthy, Jonas Woods
From artist Jonas Woods’ solo show at L.A.’s David Kordansky Gallery. For everyone on the left coast, Woods’ show closes on this Saturday, May 12th.
Filed under: Basketball, Bread City, Los Angeles Lakers, Video | Tags: DVR Culture, Kobe Bryant
Wait for it. Clip gets slowmotion classic about 17 seconds in. A perfect video companion to your NBA Finals.
Filed under: Art, Basketball, Bread City, Los Angeles Lakers, Shaq | Tags: Inspirational Quotes, Shaquille O'Neal
I’m un-emulate-able. I took the files and deleted them, ate ’em, used ’em in the bathroom, flushed it into the sewage plant, and blew the sewage plant up. So there’s no way my style can be copied. It’s gone.
– Shaquille O’Neal, 3/16/07