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Lakers Nike Men’s NBA Rewind Swingman Jersey
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

Lakers Nike Men’s NBA Rewind Swingman Jersey

Heavyweight 100% polyester pro mesh body with knit trims. Longer player length. Sewn on two-color tackle twill team name and player number on front, Sewn on two-color tackle twill player name and number on back. NBA logo and Swoosh at left chest. Imported. Read More
Trail Blazers Nike Men’s NBA Swingman Jersey II Road
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

Trail Blazers Nike Men’s NBA Swingman Jersey II Road

Updated for 2002-2003 with a bigger, longer cut, the Swingman is the ultimate NBA replica. Heavyweight 100% polyester pro mesh body with knit trim. The player name, number, and team logo are all sewn on two-color tackle twill applications. Imported. Read More
Nuggets Reebok Men’s Personalized Replica Home Jersey
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

Nuggets Reebok Men’s Personalized Replica Home Jersey

Personalize your own NBA jesey! You can use any name and number, except the jerseys we already have in stock. You can print up to 10 characters for the name and up to two characters for the number. All names are subject to approval. Orders for inappropriate or objectionable names will not be accepted. We can generally ship your personalized jersey within three weeks of your order. Make sure your name and number choices are correct - once your jersey is personalized, it cannot be returned. Tanks are 100% nylon mesh with knit trim neck and arm holes. Full athletic cut. Made in USA or Imported. Read More
Lakers Nike Men’s NBA Personalized Authentic Alt. Jersey
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

Lakers Nike Men’s NBA Personalized Authentic Alt. Jersey

It's what the world's best wear to play, it should be good enough for that pickup game. If you're not a player, then support your favorite team and player at the game with the Authentic game jersey. Exact fabrications and attributions of home jerseys worn by NBA players. Multi-layered tackle twill word marks, numbers and player names. NBA logo directly embroidered on shoulder strap. Size and Authentics jock tag located on hem of shirt.This personalized product requires 2-3 weeks for production and delivery. Personalized products take longer to deliver because they are being customized specifically for you. Orders for personalized products CANNOT BE CANCELLED OR RETURNED FOR ANY REASON. CHANGES CAN NOT BE MADE TO PERSONALIZATION AFTER ORDER HAS BEEN PLACED. All personalized products are shipped by standard method of delivery. Express delivery is not available. Read More
Tim Gittens AKA Headache
Saturday , Jul , 22 , 2000 C.Y. Ellis

Tim Gittens AKA Headache

Name : Tim Gittens A.K.A. Headache

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 180

Shoes Size: 11 1/2

Birthday: January 27th

Hometown: Harlem, NY

Career History: Harlem Globetrotters, And 1 Mix Tapes Vol. 1 - 5, Urban Legend

Rocks ankle bracelets, black rubber band from Teresa Weatherspoon on the court.

Official Web: http://www.headache13.com

Uniqueness: Globetrotter style, dances, skips, miracle no-look passes.

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Harlem Globetrotters
Tuesday , Nov , 30 , 1999 C.Y. Ellis

Harlem Globetrotters

The world-famous HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS were originally formed from the Wendell Phillips High School. The team played in the Negro American Legion League as the "Giles Post," and in 1927 turned professional as the Savoy Big Five under manager Dick Hudson. Later that year, promoter Abe Saperstein (Hall of Fame, 1971) bought the team and re-named it the Harlem Globetrotters.

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Interview with Hot Sauce: Part One
Tuesday , Nov , 30 , 1999 C.Y. Ellis

Interview with Hot Sauce: Part One

Try as we may to find it, there is no definition which quite covers the one-man phenomenon that took a game with a half-century of history and remixed it in a single summer. How could mere words describe someone who brings capacity crowds to their feet in anticipation of what he might do? Which adjectives could accurately describe a player who routinely crosses defenders off their feet and fans off their seats? What combinations of letters on a page could capture the feeling in a park, gym or arena when a slightly-built six-footer does something so astonishing with a piece of synthetic leather that spectators rush the floor?

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Interview with Hot Sauce: Part Two
Tuesday , Nov , 30 , 1999 C.Y. Ellis

Interview with Hot Sauce: Part Two

C.Y. Ellis: A lot of your New York fans are wondering when you're going to hit Rucker Park. Do you plan to play in the EBC or a similar competition any time soon?

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