On January 18, 1967 the Montreal Canadiens defeated the NHL All Stars 3-0. The 1967 All Star Game was the first time in its 20-year history that the game was played in mid-season, rather than prior to the start of the regular schedule.
We know that a lot of our customers buy their Mitchell & Ness apparel and headwear to hook up with the footwear. So, in our ongoing efforts to keep our customers happy, we have some great new stuff for all of you who are buying the Kamikaze II's tomorrow. And for Sonics fans, of course.
Here are the sneakers (photo courtesy of Sole Collector).
And here's what we have:
These styles will be available tomorrow at our flagship store, our UBIQ store, mitchellandness.com and select Mitchell & Ness retailers.
"Over the Grand Canyon, off your face, through the window, off the floor.....nothin' but net." Who remembers this great McDonald's commercial featuring Michael Jordan and Larry Bird?
Oh, and don't forget Charles Barkley. "Hey, can I play?"
For those of you who don't remember this classic, check out the video below!
The 'Freezer Bowl', played January 10, 1982, was the AFC Championship Game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the San Diego Chargers. This game was played in brutal conditions at Riverfront Stadium in the coldest temperature in NFL history in terms of wind chill. The temperature was at minus 9 at kickoff and the wind chill plummeted to a negative 59. The Bengals went on to defeat the Chargers 27-7 and advanced to their first Super Bowl.
In case you missed it, check out some game clips below.
The ballots are in, and today at 2:00 PM, the Baseball Hall of Fame will release the names of the newest inductees. The new members will be inducted on July 28, 2013. There are some intriguing names on this year's list. Take a look at the list and let us know, who do you think is Hall Worthy?