2011 has been a big year and it’s only right that DJ SPONTANE end it with a bang!!! You can catch him tonight @ the 40/40 Club in Atlantic City, New Jersey for the OFFICIAL Mary J. Blige After Party. There are a lot of invited celebrity guest so you might not want to miss out on history.

To end the year, DJ Spontane & DJ BENZ will be @ The ClubHouse for the NYE 2012 Party from 9pm-until. FREE Ciroc every hour on the hour and Soul Food style menu all night long. Admission is FREE from 9pm-2am with the flier and $20 for males and $5 for females after.

To start the NEW YEAR, catch DJ Spontane & DJ NoPhrillz spinning @ the 5th Annual VILLA Holiday on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012 @ Ben Frankin High School.

A lot of exciting things to come as well in 2012!!! #GAMETIME

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Michael Jordan Gets Engaged To Girlfriend Of 3 Years

After a huge divorce settlement from his first marriage, it looks like Michael Jordan will be on his way in tying the knot once again. Jordan recently proposed his his girlfriend of 3 years, Cuban-born model Yvette Prieto. Will he wear any retros for this wedding????

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HUGE Blow Out Sale @ Rock-N-Jocks

Rock-N-Jocks is having a Huge blowout end of the year Sale with these four custom Chicago Bulls New Era 59/50 fitted. Get these as cheap as $19.99. Get the perfect match for you retro Jordan Cardinals, Stealths, and Retro fives at amazing prices. Hurry the inventory on these hats won’t last long at these prices. Only at Also you have to click RNJ’s facebook like button if you want huge discount codes for the new year at

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Nike Lebron 9 – Big Bang

Yet another hot colorway of the Nike Lebron 9’s you see here!!! There are the “Big Bang”. The ‘Big Bang’ LeBron 9 is arguably the most intense of all these colorways, a blazing mix of orange and red that features more little details than any release this side of Freegums’ doodle-heavy design. Stay tuned for release info.

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Opening Day In NBA On Christmas Day Recap

It was a great opening day in the NBA yesterday on Christmas Day. 5 back to back to back to back to back game between ABC and ESPN which started at 12 noon.

The New York Knicks won the opening game over the Boston Celtics 106-104. Close game but a late foul put the Knicks up by 2 and they won the game. Carmelo Anthony had 37 Pts, 8 Reb, 3 Ast, 2 Stl, 1 Blk in the game.

The NBA Finals rematch was next between the Heat and Mavericks and this one was all one sided. Lebron James went crazy as the Heat were up as much as by 35 points during the game. James had 37 Pts, 10 Reb, 6 Ast, 2 Stl, 2 Blk in the 105-94 victory.

Current NBA MVP Derrick Rose went to LA to take on the Lakers in game 3 and led a rally that ended with the game winning shot with 4 seconds left in the game. Rose had 22 points in the 88-87 win. Kobe had the last shot but it was blocked by Luol Deng to seal the deal.

Game 4 was between the Thunder and the Magic. The Thunder held Dwight Howard to 11 points in the 97-89 win. Kevin Durant scored 30 points in the win.

The last game was between the new look LA Clippers and the debut of Mark Jackson as the Golden State head coach. It was close but the CLippers pulled off a 105-86 victory. Chris Paul had 20 Pts, 2 Reb, 9 Ast, 2 Stl in his debut.

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Air Jordan XI – Concord – Release Madness Around The Country [VIDEOS]


SEATTLE — Scuffles broke out and police were brought in to quell unrest that nearly turned into riots across the nation Friday following the release of Nike’s new Air Jordan basketball shoes — a retro model of one of the most popular Air Jordans ever made.

The mayhem stretched from Washington state to Georgia and was reminiscent of the violence that broke out 20 years ago in many cities as the shoes became popular targets for thieves. It also had a decidedly Black Friday feel as huge crowds of shoppers overwhelmed stores for a must-have item.

In suburban Seattle, police used pepper spray on about 20 customers who started fighting at the Westfield Southcenter mall. The crowd started gathering at four stores in the mall around midnight and had grown to more than 1,000 people by 4 a.m., when the stores opened, Tukwila Officer Mike Murphy said. He said it started as fighting and pushing among people in line and escalated over the next hour.

Air Jordans
Not all shoppers waiting for new Air Jordans on Friday were as well-behaved as these customers in San Francisco.

Murphy said no injuries were reported, although some people suffered cuts or scrapes from fights. Shoppers also broke two doors, and an 18-year-old man was arrested for assault after authorities say he punched an officer.

“He did not get his shoes; he went to jail,” Murphy said.

The $180 shoes went on sale Friday in a limited release at stores, and the lines began forming several hours before businesses opened.

As the crowds kept growing through the night, they became more unruly and ended in vandalism, violence and arrests.

A man was stabbed when a brawl broke out between several people waiting in line at a Jersey City, N.J., mall to buy the new shoes, authorities said. The 20-year-old man was expected to recover from his injuries.

In Georgia, officers said they had to break a car window to get two toddlers out after a woman went in after the shoes. They said she was taken into custody when she returned to the car.

In Richmond, Calif., police say crowds waiting to buy the Air Jordan 11 Retro Concords at the Hilltop Mall were turned away after a gunshot rang out around 7 a.m.

No injuries were reported, but police said a 24-year-old suspect was taken into custody. The gun apparently went off inadvertently, the Contra Costa Times reported.

Seventeen-year-old Dylan Pulver in Great Neck, N.Y., said he’s been looking forward to the release of the shoes for several years, and he set out at 4:30 a.m. to get a pair. After the first store he tried was too crowded, he moved on to a second location and scored a pair.

“I probably could have used a half a size smaller, but I was just really happy to have the shoe,” he said.

The frenzy over Air Jordans has been dangerous in the past. Some people were mugged or even killed for early versions of the shoe, created by Nike Inc. in 1984.

The Air Jordan has since been a consistent hit with sneaker fans, spawning a subculture of collectors willing to wait hours to buy the latest pair. Some collectors save the shoes for special occasions or never take them out of the box.

A new edition was launched each year, and release dates had to be moved to the weekends at some points to keep kids from skipping school to get a pair.

But the uproar over the shoe had died down in recent years. These latest incidents seem to be part of trend of increasing acts of violence at retailers this holiday shopping season, such as the shopper who pepper-sprayed others at a Wal-Mart in Los Angeles on Black Friday and crowds looting a clothing store in New York.

It was not a nice, orderly group of shoppers. There were a lot of hostile and disorderly people.
” — Tukwila, Wash., police
Officer Mike Murphy

Nike issued a statement in response to the violence that said: “Consumer safety and security is of paramount importance. We encourage anyone wishing to purchase our product to do so in a respectful and safe manner.”

The retro version of the Air Jordan 11 was a highly sought-after shoe because of the design and the fact that the original was released in 1996 when Jordan and the Bulls were at the height of their dominance.

Pulver said they were a “defining shoe in Jordan’s career.”

Other disturbances reported at stores in places like Kentucky and Nebraska ranged from shoving and threats to property damage.

In Taylor, Mich., about 100 people forced their way into a shopping center around 5:30 a.m., damaging decorations and overturning benches. Police say a 21-year-old man was arrested.

In Toledo, Ohio, police said they arrested three people after a crowd surged into a mall.

In Lithonia, Ga., at least four people were apparently arrested after customers broke down a door at a store selling the shoes. DeKalb County police said up to 20 squad cars responded.

In Northern California, two men were arrested at a Fairfield mall after crowds shoved each other to get in position for the Nikes, police said.

In Stockton, Detective Joe Silva said a person was taken into custody at Weberstown Mall on suspicion of making criminal threats involving the shoes. Police also were investigating an attempted robbery in the mall’s parking lot. The victim was wrongly believed to have just purchased Air Jordans.

In Tukwila, Murphy said the crowd was on the verge of a riot and would have gotten even more out of hand if the police hadn’t intervened.

About 25 officers from Tukwila and surrounding areas responded. Murphy said police smelled marijuana and found alcohol containers at the scene.

“It was not a nice, orderly group of shoppers,” Murphy said. “There were a lot of hostile and disorderly people.”

The Southcenter mall’s stores sold out of the Air Jordans, and all but about 50 people got a pair, Murphy said.

Shoppers described the scene as chaotic and at times dangerous.

Carlisa Williams said she joined the crowd at the Southcenter for the experience and ended up buying two pairs of shoes, one for her and one for her brother. But she said she’ll never do anything like it again.

“I don’t understand why they’re so important to people,” Williams told KING-TV. “They’re just shoes at the end of the day. It’s not worth risking your life over.”

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Custom Bulls NEW ERA Fitted For Air Jordan XI Concord Available @ Rock-N-Jocks

The Jordan Concord shoe has arrived so now it is time to get the perfect fitted match. This Chicago Bulls custom New Era fitted has the patent leather bill just like the material on the shoe. The fitted is all white with the embroidered bull logo on the front of the hat in white and black. The snapback already sold out and this one will sell out very soon. RNJ is the only place in the world you wil find this. Act fast to get yours only at

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