Jacob Tucker is taking a page out of Jennifer Aniston's book in hopes that a good viral video will win him a spot in the 2011 NCAA dunk contest. With his 50-inch running vertical and sick dunks, we figure he should be a shoe in.
A third grader from Portland sinks a last-second shot from well behind the half-court line, bringing his team to victory. For all of you calling traveling, you better check yourself before you wreck yourself.
A follow-up to their dress shoes, the Ace Marks Sneaker adds a casual option to their hand-crafted collection. The athletic design still has all of the same luxury features the brand is known for like Italian craftsmanship and full-grain calfskin leather. Waxed shoelaces and a real rubber outsole give them the look of a sneaker, while a shock absorbing insole makes them as comfortable as they appear. The shoes come in both a high-top and low-cut profile.
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After this embarrassing display of rhythm at a carnival in Rio, Tom Brady should probably just stick to what he knows; football, models, and long, luxurious hair. We have a feeling Dancing With The Stars won't be calling anytime soon.