Monday, February 16th – 4:45p-5:20p ET—ESPN (New York, NY—SYNDICATED). Live, in-studio interview on the “Olbermann” show, hosted by Keith Olbermann.
Kareem joins Jared Greenberg and Rick Fox to discuss how he didn’t have much rest time during each his 19 NBA All-Star appearances and how the extension of the All-Star Break is very beneficial for the participants.
adidas today announces its full event line-up leading up to the NBA All-Star game 2015 in New York City. Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 11, adidas will give fans exclusive opportunities to meet adidas athletes and entertainers through multiple fan events, product launches, concerts and in-store appearances.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar walked through the lobby of his hotel on Central Park South recently, doing his best impression of someone with a low profile. He swerved to avoid a chandelier (low clearance for a former N.B.A. center), then bumped into an old friend who’d been a coach with the Chicago Bulls. Handshakes, camera flashes.
The panel weighs in on Chuck’s interview with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar talks about his Islamic faith in this full Meet the Press interview.
John Wall has debuted custom Adidas sneakers designed to commemorate Black History Month. Fittingly, he wore the shoes on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day during the Wizards’ win over the 76ers.
2/26/15 6:30 PM – Barnes & Noble on Edinger Avenue in Huntington Beach
2/27/15 6:00 PM – Vroman’s Books on East Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena
I have mixed emotions about Martin Luther King Jr. Day. For me, it’s a time of hopeful celebration — but also of cautionary vigilance. I celebrate an extraordinary man of courage and conviction and his remarkable achievements and hope that I can behave in a manner that honors his sacrifices. And while Dr. King still has his delusional detractors, who have a dream of dismissing his impact on history, it’s not them I worry about…
The NBA has traditionally celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. day in a big way, and this year is no exception.