Throwing alley-oops is fun. Throwing them to yourself must be even more fun. In a recent game against Orlando, Gerald Green styled on everyone when he threw the ball off the backboard to himself to slam a dunk home. It must be nice to have un-human-like jumping abilities.
Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, you can hate on the five-time NBA champion all you want, but Kobe Bryant is still doing it at the tender age of 36. He is currently tied for the league lead in points per game and decided to mess around and get a triple-double against his second-favorite team, the Toronto Drakes. Kobe is now the oldest player to post a 30/10/10 game. Claps for the grandpa.
At The Drop, Style Points is all about how you do it rather than what you do. This concept rings true for the athletes on the field or court, obviously. But it especially means something to the cats trying to show out when they aren’t dropping buckets or scoring touchdowns.
When you think of baseball players, you don’t really think of sneakerheads. This is entirely false when talking about Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino. He might have the sickest sneaker collection in all of baseball. The dude oozes style when it comes to the sneaker game.
Here at The Drop we like to talk about sports, style, and swag, and not always in that order. Check out this week’s installment, which features Johnny Football’s rushing touchdown, new custom kicks, and why you should bring your son onto the podium after throwing six touchdowns. In today’s Style Points: Gerald Green Shows Why He’s the NBA’s Best Dunker.
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