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.
Inspired by the United States 10th Mountain Division Alpinists, the Alps & Meters Alpine Anorak offers superior protection with a vintage aesthetic. The exterior is constructed from a durable British Millerain Chera 8 waxed canvas with reinforced shoulder panels. A waterproof internal membrane keeps your dry, while side vents create a breathable layer. The classic design is finished with a hood, face guard, and contrasting orange lace front that also provide additional protection from the elements.
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When the weather takes a turn for the worse, the Hafstein Boot from UGG is up to the challenge. Each pair is crafted from waterproof leather and soft natural wool, and are ready to dominate the elements while improving your look at the same time. The hiker hybrids have sealed seams along with a cushy foam insole that makes every step over rain, ice, and snow comfortable.
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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.