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What Are Those?! Podcast: 2/10/17

Steph Curry’s beef with Under Armour and Black History Month sneaker releases

11:58 AM

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The What Are Those?! podcast is back! It’s our first episode in 2017, so that means we’ve got to talk about some of the releases we’re anticipating most this year — and, unfortunately, some of the shoes we’ve already whiffed on. Co-host Marcus Matthews missed out on the “Chinese New Year” Air Jordan XIIs. And, I still have yet to secure a pair of Yeezys.

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry recently made major off-the-court headlines when he called out the man who signs some of his checks, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, for supporting President Donald Trump. Curry is sponsored by UA, and makes the company a great deal of money, so is his stance justifiable? We surely think so. Plank and UA better hope Curry doesn’t dip.

We’re here for black excellence. And we’re obviously here for sneakers. The connection between the two has been mighty strong this year. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick donated his entire sneaker collection to homeless shelters and children’s orphanages. After reaching two milestones in their lives, both former President Barack Obama and tennis great Serena Williams got the custom kicks treatment, courtesy of Michael Jordan. Now, Nike and Jordan Brand have released their annual lines of Black History Month sneakers. We discuss the best, and the worst, in each collection.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Nike launches ‘EQUALITY’ campaign

with film to air during the 59th Annual Grammy Awards

11:58 AM

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The What Are Those?! podcast is back! It’s our first episode in 2017, so that means we’ve got to talk about some of the releases we’re anticipating most this year — and, unfortunately, some of the shoes we’ve already whiffed on. Co-host Marcus Matthews missed out on the “Chinese New Year” Air Jordan XIIs. And, I still have yet to secure a pair of Yeezys.

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry recently made major off-the-court headlines when he called out the man who signs some of his checks, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, for supporting President Donald Trump. Curry is sponsored by UA, and makes the company a great deal of money, so is his stance justifiable? We surely think so. Plank and UA better hope Curry doesn’t dip.

We’re here for black excellence. And we’re obviously here for sneakers. The connection between the two has been mighty strong this year. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick donated his entire sneaker collection to homeless shelters and children’s orphanages. After reaching two milestones in their lives, both former President Barack Obama and tennis great Serena Williams got the custom kicks treatment, courtesy of Michael Jordan. Now, Nike and Jordan Brand have released their annual lines of Black History Month sneakers. We discuss the best, and the worst, in each collection.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Daily Dose: 2/10/17

More Patriots say they’ll be skipping the White House

11:58 AM

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The What Are Those?! podcast is back! It’s our first episode in 2017, so that means we’ve got to talk about some of the releases we’re anticipating most this year — and, unfortunately, some of the shoes we’ve already whiffed on. Co-host Marcus Matthews missed out on the “Chinese New Year” Air Jordan XIIs. And, I still have yet to secure a pair of Yeezys.

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry recently made major off-the-court headlines when he called out the man who signs some of his checks, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, for supporting President Donald Trump. Curry is sponsored by UA, and makes the company a great deal of money, so is his stance justifiable? We surely think so. Plank and UA better hope Curry doesn’t dip.

We’re here for black excellence. And we’re obviously here for sneakers. The connection between the two has been mighty strong this year. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick donated his entire sneaker collection to homeless shelters and children’s orphanages. After reaching two milestones in their lives, both former President Barack Obama and tennis great Serena Williams got the custom kicks treatment, courtesy of Michael Jordan. Now, Nike and Jordan Brand have released their annual lines of Black History Month sneakers. We discuss the best, and the worst, in each collection.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

All Day Podcast: 2/7/16

Danielle Cadet joins to talk about the Grammys and White House visits by sports teams

11:58 AM

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The What Are Those?! podcast is back! It’s our first episode in 2017, so that means we’ve got to talk about some of the releases we’re anticipating most this year — and, unfortunately, some of the shoes we’ve already whiffed on. Co-host Marcus Matthews missed out on the “Chinese New Year” Air Jordan XIIs. And, I still have yet to secure a pair of Yeezys.

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry recently made major off-the-court headlines when he called out the man who signs some of his checks, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, for supporting President Donald Trump. Curry is sponsored by UA, and makes the company a great deal of money, so is his stance justifiable? We surely think so. Plank and UA better hope Curry doesn’t dip.

We’re here for black excellence. And we’re obviously here for sneakers. The connection between the two has been mighty strong this year. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick donated his entire sneaker collection to homeless shelters and children’s orphanages. After reaching two milestones in their lives, both former President Barack Obama and tennis great Serena Williams got the custom kicks treatment, courtesy of Michael Jordan. Now, Nike and Jordan Brand have released their annual lines of Black History Month sneakers. We discuss the best, and the worst, in each collection.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Stephen Curry doesn’t think Donald Trump is ‘an asset’

The Warriors star is at odds with the opinions of his sponsor’s owner

11:58 AM

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The What Are Those?! podcast is back! It’s our first episode in 2017, so that means we’ve got to talk about some of the releases we’re anticipating most this year — and, unfortunately, some of the shoes we’ve already whiffed on. Co-host Marcus Matthews missed out on the “Chinese New Year” Air Jordan XIIs. And, I still have yet to secure a pair of Yeezys.

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry recently made major off-the-court headlines when he called out the man who signs some of his checks, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, for supporting President Donald Trump. Curry is sponsored by UA, and makes the company a great deal of money, so is his stance justifiable? We surely think so. Plank and UA better hope Curry doesn’t dip.

We’re here for black excellence. And we’re obviously here for sneakers. The connection between the two has been mighty strong this year. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick donated his entire sneaker collection to homeless shelters and children’s orphanages. After reaching two milestones in their lives, both former President Barack Obama and tennis great Serena Williams got the custom kicks treatment, courtesy of Michael Jordan. Now, Nike and Jordan Brand have released their annual lines of Black History Month sneakers. We discuss the best, and the worst, in each collection.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Daily Dose: 2/9/17

Stevie Wonder might not be blind?

11:58 AM

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The What Are Those?! podcast is back! It’s our first episode in 2017, so that means we’ve got to talk about some of the releases we’re anticipating most this year — and, unfortunately, some of the shoes we’ve already whiffed on. Co-host Marcus Matthews missed out on the “Chinese New Year” Air Jordan XIIs. And, I still have yet to secure a pair of Yeezys.

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry recently made major off-the-court headlines when he called out the man who signs some of his checks, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, for supporting President Donald Trump. Curry is sponsored by UA, and makes the company a great deal of money, so is his stance justifiable? We surely think so. Plank and UA better hope Curry doesn’t dip.

We’re here for black excellence. And we’re obviously here for sneakers. The connection between the two has been mighty strong this year. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick donated his entire sneaker collection to homeless shelters and children’s orphanages. After reaching two milestones in their lives, both former President Barack Obama and tennis great Serena Williams got the custom kicks treatment, courtesy of Michael Jordan. Now, Nike and Jordan Brand have released their annual lines of Black History Month sneakers. We discuss the best, and the worst, in each collection.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Daily Dose: 2/8/17

Baylor gets docked pay from the Big 12

11:58 AM

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The What Are Those?! podcast is back! It’s our first episode in 2017, so that means we’ve got to talk about some of the releases we’re anticipating most this year — and, unfortunately, some of the shoes we’ve already whiffed on. Co-host Marcus Matthews missed out on the “Chinese New Year” Air Jordan XIIs. And, I still have yet to secure a pair of Yeezys.

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry recently made major off-the-court headlines when he called out the man who signs some of his checks, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, for supporting President Donald Trump. Curry is sponsored by UA, and makes the company a great deal of money, so is his stance justifiable? We surely think so. Plank and UA better hope Curry doesn’t dip.

We’re here for black excellence. And we’re obviously here for sneakers. The connection between the two has been mighty strong this year. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick donated his entire sneaker collection to homeless shelters and children’s orphanages. After reaching two milestones in their lives, both former President Barack Obama and tennis great Serena Williams got the custom kicks treatment, courtesy of Michael Jordan. Now, Nike and Jordan Brand have released their annual lines of Black History Month sneakers. We discuss the best, and the worst, in each collection.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.