Vintage Snapback Hats are Cheap Online

Snapback hats are always very stylish. Snapback hats are a great option for perfect head covering to protect head from the sun’s rays and to look fashionable as well. These hats are adjustable as you can always readjust the back of the hat to fit your head size.

The history of snapback hats can be traced back to the time when hats were first invented. It was about thousands of years ago when ancient people use animal skin, leaves and other natural materials to cover their head for protection. Such were then developed and innovated to more durable, more stylish, and more varied designs. In the 1800’s and 1900’s, bonnets and dress hats were made available especially to the elites. It used to be that hats signify status and symbols and then slowly evolved into fashion statements. Going back to the significance of snapback hats, these hats are more preferable due to its lightweight and cool look especially to the boys. Snapback hats also have prints like NBA, Orlando Magic, Hornets, and the likes which the guys can wear to show support to their favorite sports teams. You can always wear snapback hats to add a hippie look to your … Read more at FryingPanSports

Snapback Hats Ooze 90s Retro Style

Snapback hats are beginning to come back into style along with numerous trends from the 90s such as; vintage block haircuts worn by college basketball players along with vintage NBA jerseys worn by teams such as the Cleveland Cavaliers. Snapback hats are sported by many rappers with their videos in order to promote this great retro trend from the 90s that was started by the NWA rap group who loved wearing their Los Angeles Raiders snap backs during their videos in order to represent their love for the city of L.A. Snapback hats are best as an alternative to wool hats because they are light-weight and give you a nice laid-back style. Also, they are made out of thin material unlike the thick wool that causes you to sweat profusely during physical activity in the Summer heat. Make sure that you’re one of the first ones to set the trend in your group of friends at school with a snapback hat so that you can be known as a trendsetter.

Many of your favorite teams that you loved as a kid in your childhood are featured on snapback hats and all their great retro team colors and designs such as: … Read more at FryingPanSports

NBA Commissioner Stern is breathing again.

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The Commissioner’s wife was ready to dial 911 last night during the Laker Nugget game. Had the Nuggets won, she would have had to make the call. But when the Lakers won game 5 to take a 3 games to 2 lead in the series, she was able to go to bed without fear.

The NBA’s worst fear was that the final would not include either Lebron James and the Cavs or Kobe Bryant and the Lakers. Stern and the networks can live with only one of the super stars of the league in the finals.

LA should win the series with the Nuggets in 7 games. Orlando will probably win the Cleveland series in 6 or 7 games.

Orlando is an outstanding team. They have the future of the all star center in Dwight Howard. But Howard is not a brand name yet. If he ever gets the offensive side of his game together he will become the dominant C in the league. In addition to Howard, the Magic has 4 other players scoring in double figures in the Cavs series. They are balanced and dangerous team.

Orlando will be dominant in the East for several years. As good … Read more at FryingPanSports

The NBA has to “bail out” 15 teams.

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The NBA has to “bail out” 15 teams.

By Bill Smith

The Sports Business Journal (SBJ) reported that a private placement deal to borrow 175 million dollars was arranged for the N.B.A. by JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America. The charged interest rates are reported to be as high at 8.27 percent. The influx of cash will augment the 1.7 billion dollar league-wide credit facility that uses the NBA’s media contracts as collateral to secure loans for the clubs.

The money is necessary to provide cash to 15 NBA teams to cover payroll and other expenses. Those teams, unnamed by the league, have struggled with salaries, capital improvements, and to cover losses sustained over the last few years.

“In this economic environment, it’s tremendous that the league can place such a facility,” Alex Martins, chief operating officer of the Orlando Magic told the SBJ, which plans to borrow from the new debt. “It certainly helps us bridge the time period between now and when we move into our new events center in 2010. We’ve been operating at a $15 [million] to $20 million [annual] loss over the past half-dozen years, so it helps us” Martins told the SBJ.… Read more at FryingPanSports