Having your own personal style is important. But, whether you’d like to admit it or not, it’s hard to avoid following at least one trend. And that isn’t necessarily a terrible thing. Sometimes, being able to identify and interpret cool trends can keep your wardrobe afloat.
On December 5, 2016, on an otherwise ordinary night of NBA action, Klay Thompson dropped 60 points in less than 30 minutes of playing time, becoming the first player in 30 years to do so. It’s not the first time Klay suddenly combusted during a game—his 37-point single-quarter outburst against the Sacramento Kings last year comes to mind. But 60? In under 30 minutes?? That’s efficiency on another level.
This NBA season has a chance to be truly historic. And no, it’s not because of that superteam with the potential to rip off a 50-game winning streak, or because LeBron James appears headed to a seventh-consecutive trip to the NBA Finals. It could be one of the most historic seasons because five records are potentially in jeopardy this year—several of which may not have even been on your radar.
College basketball is back tonight. But even if you’re not a big fan of college hoops and prefer to stick to the NBA, there are still plenty of players worth watching this year just so you know which star-studded prospect might fall to your favorite squad come June’s NBA Draft.
The Hall of Fame is home to many of the greatest players in baseball history.
Key word: Many. Not all of them.
We’ve witnessed the home audio space undergo numerous technological advancements over the past century. The first real breakthrough came in 1877, when Thomas Edison created the mechanical recording machine known as the phonograph (a.k.a. the record player). Fast-forward to the modern era and the turntable is still treasured as a cult instrument utilized to entertain crowds in intimate settings.
The more years logged in the rap game, the more unreleased material an artist accrues. Interviews, performances, and advance album previews all give way to song details and/or snippets leaking—songs that, ultimately, never officially see the light of day.